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School Year Enrollment
Following an initial inquiry into our program, families are invited to join us for an Open House Event or contact us to schedule a tour of our classrooms. At that time, an Application for Enrollment will be provided. This application must be completed and returned to OCC for consideration. Enrollment Forms (contracts and demographic/financial aid information) will be mailed/emailed directly to the family indicating acceptance into our program. Enrollment will be considered complete upon OCC’s receipt of a signed Enrollment Contract and all applicable fees. Enrollment at Our Children’s Center for the following School Year begins February 1 for current families and alumni, followed by families placed on our waiting list prior to January 1. Enrollment opens to the public February 15. Waiting Lists are maintained for current and future enrollment periods. Enrollment periods include: Back-to-School (August), October, and January.
Information regarding summer sessions, including dates, tuition and fees, is made available in early spring, with registration beginning March 1. Summer sessions are enrolled on a weekly basis and are open to families currently enrolled, or who are enrolling for the upcoming fall.
During your visit to OCC, you will have the opportunity to observe our classrooms and meet our staff. Enrollment options will be discussed and evaluated to meet the needs of your child and family with respect to enrollment availability. Each of our programs have chronological age overlaps, allowing for enrollment decisions to be made with the primary focus on the child’s individual, developmental needs. Although not mandatory, we recommend that children enrolled in the primary classrooms be toilet trained.