Wild Roots Holistic Learning Center's Admissions Policy
  • The Children Are The ReasonWhy We Are Here

    Wild Roots Preschool and Child Care Center wants to ensure the proper placement for each child.  When a family wants to enroll their young ones at Wild Roots, a tour of the school is scheduled.  Wild Roots will then conduct an assessment of the child to ensure proper placement.  Once the center and parent have agreed on enrollment, as part of the admission policy, an annual registration fee of $100 will be due in order to hold the youth’s place.  The registration fee is non-refundable.  The material fee and tuition will be due on the first day of enrollment.  We offer a trial period at this point to ensure proper placement.  If trial period is successful the child continues at the center.  If not, the materials fee is refunded to the family.

    All paperwork is required before your child can attend the center.

    The following forms are required upon enrollment.

    Please sign the Table of Contents page as well as the Illness Policy page within the Parent Handbook, prior to enrollment.

    If you have any additional questions or concerns, please feel free to discuss them with us.  Our goal is to make sure that you and your child are as comfortable as possible with the learning environment we provide here at Wild Roots.

    Our 2017-2018  School Calendar
    • Aug 15-19: Summer Break
    • Aug 22: First Day of School!
    • Sep 05: Labor Day - Closed
    • Oct 28: In Service - Closed
    • Nov 11: Veterans' Day - Closed
    • Nov 21-25: Thanksgiving Break - Closed
    • Dec 19-30: Winter Break
    • Jan 16: Martin Luther King Day - Closed
    • Feb 17: In Service - Closed
    • Feb 20: Presidents' Day - Closed
    • Mar 27-31: Spring Break
    • May 29: Memorial Day
    • Jun 16: Last Day of School!
    • July 4: Independence Day--Closed


    Click here to view our 2017-2018 School Calendar

  • The wider the range of possibilities we offer children, the more intense will be their motivations and the richer their experiences.

    — Loris Malaguzzi