Fees and Tuition
Preschool Fees and Tuition
How much do I pay to apply and enroll my child at Salamander School and what methods of payment are accepted?
Now accepting applications for the 2-day* Preschool Classes which start September 9th for 2021-22 school year ending May 20, 2022. Child must be 3 by the start of class. *(1-day class subject to availability)
To apply you will need to send your application and pay a nonrefundable application fee of $90.
To enroll your child in a Preschool dropoff class after acceptance, sign the tuition contract and pay a non-refundable enrollment fee of $500 in order to reserve your child's place in the class. (1-day class also requires $500 enrollment fee)
Tuition Payment for the 2-day program (Monday & Friday OR Tuesday & Thursday) from September 9, 2021 - May 20, 2022:
- • nine monthly payments of $500 each paid by the 26th of June through Dec. 2021 and 23rd of January & February 2022
Tuition Payments for the 1-day program from September 9, 2021 - May 20, 2022:
- • eight monthly payments of $250 each paid by the 26th of July through December 2021 and 23rd of January & February 2022
To apply for a 1 or 2 week Summer Session your child must be between 3 to 6 years old by start of class. Pay the $90 application fee. Summer dates are on the application form. 2 week class options are 2-day (4 classes, 2 per week) or 4-day (8 classes, 4 per week). 1 week class options are 2-day (2 classes) or 4-day (4 classes). Tuition is nonrefundable and due by March 26th.
Tuition is not refundable.
Salamander Nature Awareness School accepts personal checks, cashier's checks, cash, and online credit card payments. (NOTE: You pay the fees for online transactions.)
Any payments to Salamander School can now be made online with a credit card. Use this link to make payments.
Salamander School does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, gender, sexual orientation, or national origin.
Use our application form to enroll.
Children are learning, by the time they are three or four, just how useful, satisfying, and admirable it is to be curious...-- Susan Engel, "The Hungry Mind: The Origins of Curiosity in Childhood"