*Application fee is due upon application. (Intent to Enroll may be submitted en lieu of the application.) Registration fee, supply fee and first month's tuition are required to hold waitlist placement and are processed only upon admission.
Step 1: Submit "Intent to Enroll" form indicating school year your child will be 3 years of age by September 1st.
Step 2: Submit *completed application for the upcoming school year by email at email@example.com OR by regular mail to 3756 University Blvd., Houston, TX, 77005. Enrollment fees may be submitted by check through regular mail OR through PayPal via the homepage (a $40 processing fee must be included for PayPal CC processing).
*Updated immunization records and completed FBI fingerprinting for 2019-20 are due by August 20, 2019.
Step 3: You will receive a confirmation email indicating receipt of admissions forms and payment, a parent assessment to complete for your child, and you'll be invited to schedule a one hour visitation play date and admissions review for you and your child.
Step 4: Bring your completed parent assessment to your child's visitation play date and admissions review.
Step 5: Await a confirmation phone call and email welcoming your family to Beehive and/or informing your placement upon a wait list.
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 as required by the Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services minimum standards for the licensing of childcare centers, and (3) serve on a committee, such as Art, Cooking, Outdoor, Pretend, Welcome or the Beehive Board.
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.