Preschool Information Night

Thursday, December 9, 2021   6:30-7:30pm   

Village Family Information Event Flyer-English.pdf

Village Family Information Event Flyer-Spanish.pdf

Preschool Registration

  • Preschool registration will begin January 4-19, 2022. 
  • Preschool programs are available for children who are three years old by October 1st
  • Students who turn five years of age by October 1st attend kindergarten.


For more information about enrollment please contact the Village at Highland Director, Tracey Hansen at thansen[at][dot]us 

To get started please print the registration request form and email to thansen[at][dot]us  

Registration Request 2021-22 

Coming soon Registration Request 2022-2023


Village Flyer

Virtual Tour of The Village at Highland

How to Enroll

Open Enrollment

Class Options & Fees

Per LPS district policy, students are eligible for preschool if they turn three years of age on or before October 1st.   Students are eligible for kindergarten if they turn five years of age on or before October 1st. 


Payment Options:

Registration Fee:  There is a non-refundable $100 registration , payable at time of acceptance to the program.

Half-Day Options:    Morning Classes (9:00am – 12:00pm)    

_____    4 days a week, Monday -Thursday - $400/month

Afternoon Classes (12:45pm – 3:45pm)

_____    4 days a week, Monday -Thursday - $400/month

_____    Pre-K 4 days, Monday -Thursday - $400  (students starting Kindergarten 2022/23)


Full Day Options:    Full-Day Classes (9:00am - 3:45pm)

_____    4 days a week, Monday - Thursday, $750/month


Friday Preschool Enrichment Program (PEP7:00am - 5:30pm

_____    $225/month 


Before and After Care 4 days a week, Monday - Thursday

_____    Before Care 7:00am – 9:00am  $150/month

_____    After Care 3:45pm – 5:30pm $150/month


Tuition: Is billed over nine equal monthly payments.  Payment is due the first day of each month beginning  August 1st. Please register through School Care Works to make payments.  


Colorado Preschool Program Funding (CPP):  Children must be 3 years old by October 1st.  Income can be a qualifying factor, but cannot be a disqualifying factor.  Other non-income factors can qualify a student, including needs related to social skills, language development, family history, etc.  CPP funding covers the cost of a 4-day, half-day option. 

Early Childhood Special Education:  Eligibility determined through the Child Find process or IEP review.  Special Education funding covers the cost of a 4-day, half-day option.

Arapahoe County Child Care Assistance Program: The Village accepts CCAP payments.  Contact the county to see if your family qualifies