Enrollment for 2022-23 begins in February, schedule your tour today!
*Application, registration fee, supply fee and last month's tuition (May 2022) are required to confirm enrollment and are non-refundable once a spot is confirmed. Should you be placed on Beehive's wait-list; supply fee and last month's tuition are refundable if we are unable to place your child in our program.*
Step 1: Attend a prospective family open house or schedule a tour. Beehive may asks for playdate to be scheduled for prospective children to meet their teacher.
Step2: Community enrollment opens February 15th, 2021 at 9:30am. You may submit a completed application packet and application fee either directly to school via drop-off, email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or via mail.
*Updated immunization records and completed FBI fingerprinting forms for 2021-22 are required to confirm enrollment.
Step 3: You will receive a confirmation email indicating receipt of admissions forms; and have 48 hours to submit remainder of fees to confirm spot. We will begin confirming enrollment February 15th, 2021 at 9:30 am.
Unlike many schools, Beehive welcomes parents into our classroom. This allows parents to have direct access to both their child's education and teachers. One parent of each child enrolled at Beehive must fulfill three obligations: (1) volunteer at the school once every two weeks on a regularly scheduled basis, OR once every four weeks with a paid parent substitute (2) acquire 15 hours of parent education - Beehive assists in parents with obtaining all required hours, and (3) support the learning centers by providing projects/materials approximately 4 times during the year as requested by the teachers (i.e. - provide playdough at the playdough table). Beehive will assist families in completing all parent volunteer requirements, and all should be enjoyable and foster community and connection with the school, your child and your teacher.
Degreed and/or certified early childhood teachers assume responsibility for developing curriculum and organizing the daily schedule. Any specific celebrations and/or concerns affecting your child will be brought to your attention. Parent-teacher conferences will be scheduled once a year, however, parents may request additional conferences at any time. Parents will be informed of any health issues, including exposure to serious communicable diseases that affect the Beehive children.