Enrollment FAQ

1) How do I enroll?

Submit an application and nonrefundable fee for each child prior to the due date. An open lottery (random drawing) is held in mid-January.  Applications received after January are accepted as space allows or placed on the waiting list in the order received.

2) Is enrollment limited to Lutherans?

Redeemer Lutheran Preschool shares God and Christ’s love but we accept families of all faiths. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color or national and ethnic origin in admission or administration of our educational policies.

3) Does my child need to be potty trained?

There is a bathroom in each classroom.  However, children 3 or 4 years of age must be able to use the toilet independently.

4) If I’m on the waiting list, does my waiting list number change?

Our waiting list is generated each new enrollment cycle and lasts through the coming school year. Your waiting list number does not change. As we work through the list, the number of applicants ahead of you decreases.

5) When will an opening occur?

It is difficult to know when an opening will occur. As soon as space becomes available, we contact the next person on the waiting list. In the past, movement occurs before the deposit due date, summer months and early in the school year.

6) Is it too late to submit an application?

It is rarely too late to submit an application. After the initial lottery in January, applications are accepted as space allows or placed on the waiting list in the order received. You can contact us for the most current information.

7) My child is too young right now. Can I put him or her on the waiting list?

We maintain a mailing list of interested families with younger children. This ensures that we can contact you at the appropriate time or send new information if something changes.

8) My question is not here. What do I do?

If you have a question that is not answered above, please Contact Us and let us know how we can assist you.

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