Tuition

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Initial costs

To enroll your child, you will have to submit a registration application form along with a $45 application fee.

Item Cost
Enrollment application fee $45
Deposit (refundable fundraising fee) $100

Tuition breakdown

The YCP has two classes; the “3’s Class” is for children who have turned three years old by December 1st, while the “4’s Class” is for children who have turned four years old by December 1st.

You have the option to pay for either annually, semesterly, or quarterly.

Option 3 year-old cost 4 year-old cost
Year $900 $1,348
Half $465 $690
Quarter $232.50 $345

To keep tuition costs low, it is imperative that every YCP members is involved in the various responsibilities of running the preschool.

Make a payment

Once you know how much is owed, payments are accepted by cash, check, or PayPal.

Cash

Give it to our president or treasurer.

Check

Write a check and drop it off at our dropbox.

PayPal

Continue to our YCP PayPal to make payment.

Additional costs to know

The school goes on about 4 fieldtrips per year that are optional and outside of regular class time. There is usually a small fee per child per field trip.

Testimonials

We love YCP! The cooperative model fosters a sense of community and we enjoyed being a part of the school. Ms. Mieke is warm and caring; she demonstrates great pa2ence and takes the time to know each child individually. Our daughter always looked forward to going to class and her unique needs were consistently met. The Montessori curriculum allows each child to work at their own level and pace. The school atmosphere is bright and cheerful. We recommend YCP to any family looking for a school they can really be involved in!

The Burpee Family

The Montessori format of the class really drew us to the school. It gives kids a chance to be themselves and explore, while introducing them to structure and the classroom environment. The cooperative element was also really important to us. I loved being involved in the classroom, watching them learn, grow and play, seeing them make their first friends. Having the opportunity to take the first few steps of your child’s educational journey with them is a beautiful thing. We have made and are still making many cherished memories at YCP.

Dannielle Murphy