Each April the enrollment list is made for that August’s classes. Currently-enrolled children
are “moved” (on paper) to the next appropriate class for their age and
development. After this process is completed, the open spaces in each classroom
are revealed. The children on the waiting list are the first to be entered into
empty spots. The highest level of priority on our waiting list is for siblings
of our currently enrolled children. The second level of priority is given to
members of Oak Grove United Methodist Church. After that, spaces are filled
according to various factors such as child gender, age, and order of when the
person was placed on the waiting list. *If you are offered a spot and choose not to take it, we will go to the next person on the waiting list. It might be the next August or later before your child is able to get a spot again.*
The infant room, like all of our classrooms, enrolls once a year in August. The highest level of priority on the waiting
list goes to siblings of currently-enrolled children and the second level of
priority goes to OGUMC members. All infants born after August will have to wait
until the next year to get a spot, even siblings and church members.
Infants born during the summer will have to
pay for the infant spot each month starting in August, regardless of when the baby starts
attending. Any spots that are
vacated during the school year will be filled by children on the waiting list
first. If no one is waiting, we will advertise the open spot.
*If you are offered a
spot and choose not to take it, we will go to the next person on the waiting
list. It might be the next August or later before your child is able to get a spot
PreK Enrollment for 2023-2024
We have only 1 spot left for our Full Day PreK Class! Please email for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have 2 spots for girls (born between Sept. 2021 & Feb. 2022) for our Toddler 2 class. Please email for more information!
The Waiting List
To get on the Infant - PreK waiting list, please email Nancy Brooks and give the following information: Child's Name and Birthdate, Parent names, address, phone numbers, and emails. Please email Nancy Brooks every 2-3 months to let her know you are still interested in enrollment.
There is no fee to get on the waiting list at this time. Nancy's email: email@example.com.
No tours are being given in person unless you have been offered an enrollment spot.
2022-2023 Monthly Tuition Rates (through Aug. '23)
Infant 1 & Infant 2 $1,485
Toddler 1 & Toddler 2 $1,415
Toddler 3 & Preschool 1 $1,315
Preschool 2 & Preschool 3 $1,155
AS $ 540
SC $ 275/week
2023 - 2024 **Fees
Each new student will owe a registration fee of $100 upon enrollment. This applies to Infants- PreK, and After School students.
Each current student will owe a yearly enrollment fee of $100, usually due in Feb, to stay on the enrollment list for the Fall.
(Students who do not pay the yearly enrollment fee in the spring are considered not returning for the Fall, and will not be included in Fall Classes. They will have to join the waitlist, secure a spot, enroll as a new student, pay a registration fee of $100, and pay August tuition in advance if they want to return for Fall classes.)
Students who withdraw at any time during the year will have to join the waitlist, secure a spot, enroll as a new student, pay a registration fee of $100, and pay their first month's tuition in advance if they wish to re-enroll.
Each new Full-day student (Infant - Preschool 3) owes the first month’s tuition (usually August) in advance as a *deposit, plus the registration fee.
Each new PreK student will owe 2 months' tuition (usually Sept and July) in advance as a *deposit, plus the registration fee.
Each new After School student (Lottery Pre-K & Kindergarten) owes the first month's tuition in advance as a *deposit, plus the registration fee.
* Deposit amounts are subject to change if tuition rates are increased for the new school year.
**Fees and Deposits are nonrefundable and nontransferable.
Full Tuition is always due. There are no reductions in tuition for vacations; absences due to illness; holidays; if the school must close due to severe weather, loss of power/water; or any other reason. This includes if the school closes due to a pandemic.