Admissions & Enrollment
Thank you for your interest in Little Investigators Preschool! We are excited to meet you in person to give you information about our philosophy, curriculum and mission. We know that picking a preschool has important consequences for your entire family and we hope that you find this process helpful and informative. Interested families are always invited to visit Little Investigators to see the program at work. Site tours are scheduled between 9:00 am and 11:30 am, Monday - Friday. An appointment is required to tour the site, please call or complete the contact form.
Below you will find the steps to enroll in Little Investigators Preschool. Applications are accepted all year and will fill any openings; however, once all enrollment spaces are filled applicants’ names will be added to the wait list after the application fee is received.
Visit our social media
Please visit and follow our Facebook and Instagram accounts to see what happens in a day at Little Investigators.
Complete a Site Tour
Complete a Site Tour request, the Preschool Director will contact you to schedule the Site Tour. Please note, a preschool aged child must accompany you to the site tour. On the day of your tour you will meet with the Director. The Director can answer any questions you may have concerning the facility, philosophy, curriculum, and mission. During the tour you are invited to complete the application for Little Investigators.
After the Site Tour
When you are home, please take some time to read all the information provided in the registration packet. Then secure your child’s slot by completing the online application and paying the nonrefundable application fee.
Start to talk with your child about the classroom fun, he or she may have a few questions about their new school make sure to ease his or her fears and answer questions honestly.
Schedule an appointment with your pediatrician.
Complete the registration paperwork online (Parent Checklist, Parent’s Rights, Consent for Emergency Medical Treatment, Identification & Emergency Information, Physician’s Report, Parent’s Report, Personal Rights, Parent Questionnaire and Walking Field Trip Permission Slip).
Friendly reminder that a pediatrician’s report is required to start preschool.
Set the scene
Take some time alone with your child and set the scene for a smooth transition for both of you by talking honestly and enthusiastically about preschool. Have fun shopping for school supplies and gathering nap time lovies, cot sheets, blanket, small pillow, inside shoes, a change of clothes and underwear. A backpack, lunch box, diapers, etc. are all needed for the first day of preschool. Make sure to have fun spending time together to prepare for an extremely exciting day for both of you.
Have a positive talk about preschool
The night before school, make sure your child gets a good night’s sleep. It’s a transition for both of you so make sure to have a talk to help each other with the transition. On the first morning, plan a little extra time to get to school and do your best to drop off as quickly as possible. Your child may be a little scared and not want you to leave, this is totally normal and to be expected. We will give him or her a lot of cuddles and comfort while they make the transition. You’re welcome to call us to check on your child, but don’t worry we will send you many pictures and updates through out the day.
Please complete the preschool application here.
The application is not complete until the $100 application fee is paid at the end of the form.