STEP 1:
Join the Waitlist



Once an opening or potential opening becomes available, you will be contacted with details and to attend an open house or schedule a Student Visit.

Please bring a Student Resume to the open house and/or Student Visit.

STEP 2:
Visit the Program

We host several open houses throughout the year for families to see the campus and ask questions. 

Prior to offering a spot to a family, we do require that a Student Visit is scheduled. 


In a Student Visit, your child will attend from 9:30-11:30am and parents will return at 11:15am to pick up their child and review the visit/program.

If we feel that our program would be a good fit for your child's developmental and schedule needs, an offer is made within 2-5 business days.

STEP 3:
Confirm Enrollment

To confirm your spot in our program, your first tuition payment (half of the 1st months tuition) must be made within 24 hours of being offered the opening.
 
 Families can choose to pay monthly or biweekly.
 
Payments are made thru the Brightwheel program.

STEP 4:
Complete Enrollment Documents
 
All enrollment documents are e-signed thru the Brightwheel website.  Please note that current immunization 
records are REQUIRED* and can be faxed to us at 406.730.5025 and if your child is under two years of age, a pediatric health statement must be signed by a physician.

STEP 5:
First Day Checklist
 
Here is a helpful 1st day checklist:



In addition to the first day checklist, parents need to download the Brightwheel app, where frequent communication is sent, tuition is paid, and enrollment documents are completed/updated.

Please keep the notifications turned on so we can contact you as needed.

Steps to Complete Enrollment

*Per state regulations, Religious Exemptions are NOT allowed in licensed child care programs, except for the Hib vaccine (There are very few religions that qualify for
religious exemptions and a parent/guardian is subject to penalty if they falsely claim a religious exemption for the student (i.e. a fine of up to $500, up to 6 months in jail, or both.). 
Students must follow vaccine schedule per CDC guidelines.