Tuition and Fees

2020-2021 Registration Fees & Tuition Dues:

  • Registration fee: $200 per child. This covers the $100 registration/processing fee, $50
    insurance fee, 2 background checks ($10) and the yearly supply fee. The $200 fee is due when you submit your online enrollment form .If enrolling after January 1st of the school year registration fee is $130. If you are unable to pay via a credit card online, please contact us for alternative payment forms. ​

  • 3 Day- M/W/F Class Tuition: $295 per month. 

  • 2 Day-  Any 2 day combination of  M/W/F $200 per month


Refund Policy: Registration fees and the current month’s tuition are nonrefundable***. The prepaid last month’s tuition is refundable in the case a student withdraws.   New students starting mid month receive a pro-rated tuition for that month.

Parent Responsibilities

Because the school is a cooperative, the success of the school is dependent on the active participation of all of the families enrolled in the school. As a result, each and every family is required to meet the following requirements:

  • Adhere to school policies, rules and regulations and the bylaws of the school as stated in the Parent Handbook.  Every family is given a Handbook or can access it at the Little Feet private website.  Details are reviewed yearly at the parent orientation where all questions can be answered.

  • Pay tuition and other fees on time (late fee will be assessed if not paid on time).

  • Attend all required all-parent meetings, approximately 3 per year.

  • Participate in the school housekeeping day.

  • Parent-teach according to the schedule.  

    • Please arrive on time and stay until all duties are completed. 

    • Approximate parent teaching requirements during full enrollment are 1 class (4 hours) per month for M/W class, and approximately 1.5 classes (6 hours) per month for M/W/F class.

    • If you are unable to parent-teach on your assigned day, it is your responsibility to find a replacement.

    • Note: siblings may not attend class when you are parent-teaching.

  • Participate in all fundraising projects. 

  • Meet the expectations for your chosen role in the Co-op. The level of responsibility and time commitment varies for each job; most jobs average minutes to several hours per week.  To view a sample list of family jobs and their respective time commitment, see the attachment document listed below.

  • Commit your child to regular school attendance.

  • Drop off and pick up child(ren) on time:

    • M/W class 8:00 am - 12:00 pm 

    • M/W/F class 8:00 am - 12:00 pm


Fundraising is essential!


Money from the school's fundraisers pays for basically everything other than teacher salaries, building rent, and other "fixed" expenses:

  • All classroom and facilities supplies

  • all-school events

  • school cleaning supplies

  • parent education

  • playground maintenance

  • building repairs

  • drinking water

  • toys

  • pet care

  • field trips

  • art supplies