In House and Open House registrations that are held in January and February are for the September start.  Admission applications are available upon request from the school office and on our "Forms" tab. After the completed application is received by the school, you will be notified if there is an available spot for your child. There is a non-refundable enrollment fee (application fee, activities fee and maintenance fee)  which can be found on our tuition chart. Payment of this fee is required upon acceptance of a spot for your child in our program. In the event that a spot is not available, you may elect to place your child on the waiting list. (NOTE:  Waiting lists begin new each year.  If you are on the current list, you must reapply).  When a spot becomes available, an admission interview will be scheduled. A 60 day notice is required to remove a child from the program.

Student registration is an Open House Registration process which is held yearly and takes place in January/February (current families will have the opportunity to register in January before the "Open House to the Public".) An enrollment fee along with a deposit (tuition payment #1) are due at the time of registration.  These payments are non-refundable.  Registration for re-enrolling and new students are on a first come first serve basis.

Infants must be six (6) months of age to start in the Infant Program. Children must be one year old by September 1st in order to attend the One Year Old Program; two years old by September 1st in order to attend our Two Year Old program.  To enter our Three Year Old Program, children must be fully potty trained (toilet themselves independently) and turn 3 years old by September 1st of the enrollment year.  Children entering our PreK program must turn 4 years old by September 1st of the enrollment year. Children will be placed in groups by age, program, and availability of space.
Services are provided and admissions are made without regard to race, color, religious creed, ancestry, sex, disability or national origin. Families with limited English proficiency will be "buddied" with another family to help make the transition easier.  Individual conferences and support will be provided when necessary.  Complaints of discrimination may be filed with the Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Bureau of Civil Rights compliance, Departments of Public Welfare, and/or the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission.  

Health Assessments:  The Department of Human Services (DHS) requires that the “date of the health assessment” be documented on the DHS form or the print out from your pediatrician.  When submitting Health Assessments to FSCP, please be sure that the date is documented, otherwise we cannot accept it. 

Infants to 24 months:  Health Assessments are required for 6, 12, 15, 18 and 24 month old’s.  Please be sure to ask your pediatrician for a print out of your child’s health assessment at the time of the office visit.

Three to four year old’s are required to have a yearly Health Assessment.  Please be sure to ask your pediatrician for a print out of your child’s health assessment at the time of the office visit.


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Accepting applications for the following classes at the following times (must bring your own pen, masks are mandatory; 6 Feet Social Distancing)


      INFANTS:                9:00 – 9:30

      ONES:                   9:45 – 10:15

      TWOS:                10:30 – 11:00

      THREES              11:15 – 11:45

      PREK:                  12:00 – 12:30


If spots are available, families will fill out paperwork in Foyer



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