Your tuition goes a long way, not only does it include educational programming, but also nutritious meals and more!
Your tuition for our early education programs varies based on the attendance schedule that you choose for your child. That’s the reason we offer both full and part-time enrollment options to meet your needs.
Do you offer half days?
Our rates are based on full day care, if you want only half day care the rate wouldn’t change. We do offer part time weeks (2, 3 or 5 days a week), applicable where shown.
Hours of operation?
Monday to Friday (7am – 6pm).
Do you offer discounts for siblings?
Yes we offer a 10% discount for enrolled siblings.
Before/after school care?
We do not provide care outside of our operating hours (7am – 6pm).
Is there an enrollment fee?
Yes. Non-refundable one-time fee of $125 per child.
What is the payment schedule?
Tuition week-in-advance payments are made before the Friday of each week.
What are the accepted payment methods?
Check, Chase Quick Pay, Zelle or Credit Card (+3% fee for CC).
Do you take government help/assistance?
We do not, we are a privately-owned company with our own set prices per age group.
Do families have to pay for weeks they do not need care (ie. vacation, sick days)?
Yes, you pay for your spot no matter what. Families will receive a free week’s tuition every year on their anniversary week with the center.
Are meals provided for children?
Yes, children 15 months and older will be on the center’s food plan, which consists of breakfast, AM snack, Lunch, and PM snack – all catered by Healthy Organic Kids.
How does the Waitlist work?
Enrollments are limited, so if you are interested in our programs, you can register for a Tour and inclusion on our Waitlist to get notified 30 to 60 days before an enrollment becomes available.
Waitlist participants are prioritized by the following;
1) Siblings already enrolled.
2) Already enrolled in other LadyBug location.
3) Order of Waitlist acceptance.
Is there a fee to join your Waitlist?
Ladybug and Friends Waitlist is free of charge.
Mary Ellen Rahn