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    For information about enrolling your child, please email or call us and give the following information:
    • Your Name:
    • Phone Number:
    • Email Address:
    • Child's Name:
    • Child's Birth Date:
    • Class Preference:
    The Registrar will contact you right away and can answer any questions you have about our program. Capitol Hill Co-op Preschool operates from mid-September through mid-June and follows the Seattle Public Schools calendar for breaks during the year (Thanksgiving, Winter Break, Mid-winter Break, Spring Break, etc).

    A $50 nonrefundable registration fee is due at the time of application. Incomplete applications will be returned. If enrollment is granted, the last month’s tuition deposit (June tuition) will be due in order to hold the spot in the class, and must be received within 5 business days of being notified of acceptance. The June tuition deposit is also nonrefundable. If the student remains enrolled until the end of the school year, the deposit will be applied to June tuition. Accepted applicants are enrolled for the whole year, although tuition is paid monthly.

    The birthday cut-off for all classes is August 31st. If you feel your child should go into a different class, feel free to speak with the Registrar. If there is space in the class, children with birthdays after August 31st can be admitted on a case-by-case basis at the discretion of the Teacher.

    Most extra costs, such as parent education and field trips, are covered by tuition. Additionally, families are required to participate in fundraising activities with their time and/or financial support. Fees are kept at a minimum to encourage enrollment by any family interested in joining the Co-op. The Co-op’s monthly expenses include teachers' salaries, FICA, rent, insurance, financial aid, art and paper supplies, and maintenance and equipment, including repairs and equipment replacement.

    Financial aid is available.

    Capitol Hill Cooperative Preschool does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, socio-economic status, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or disability.