Choosing a school for a child is one of the most important decisions parents make. The school – its teachers, curriculum, educational philosophy, and values both explicit and implicit – will affect the child’s day-to-day life. It will help shape the child’s personality, view of life, behavior, and destiny as an adult. And it will also deeply affect the lives of the parents and the life of the family as a whole.
Urban Sprouts Child Development Center is a diverse, inclusive learning community closely connected to our families, our local communities, and the worldwide community. Teachers are loving and responsive, respects the baby's individuality, and provides a stimulating and child-friendly environment. We encourage families who are excited about learning in community with our world to join us on our journey.
Step One: Come for a visit
Step Two: Submit an enrollment application
Urban Sprouts accepts enrollment applications throughout the year.
Child Care Enrollment Form: To be officially registered, once a spot is available, a family must submit a completed enrollment application with the appropriate registration fee. Registration fees are nonrefundable.
Step Three: Notification of Acceptance
Families will be notified of acceptance as spaces become available. Spaces are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. However, current Urban Sprouts families are given preference on a case-by-case basis. In the event that we are unable to place your child in one of our programs immediately, his or her name will be placed on a waiting list for the next available opening.
Children must be at least six weeks old to enroll in our program. We do not accept children aged six or older (although they may turn six while in the pre-kindergarten program).
Admissions, the provisions of services, and referrals of clients shall be made without regard to race, color, religious creed, disability, ancestry, national origin (including limited English proficiency), age, or sex.
Program services shall be made accessible to eligible persons with disabilities through the most practical and economically feasible methods available. These methods include, but are not limited to, equipment redesign, the provision of aides, and the use of alternative service delivery locations. Structural modifications shall be considered only as a last resort among available methods.