Three Year Old Preschool


Boys in half day preschool

Half Day Preschool: 1-2 days

Age: Three years old and potty trained on or before December 1, 2019

Sessions:

  • Monday and Wednesday, 9:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.      $92.00 per month
  • Tuesday and Thursday, 9:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.         $92.00 per month
  • Friday (one day) 9:15 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.                    $55.00 per month

Details:

  • Half day preschool runs from September 16, 2019 – May 8, 2020
  • $140 due at registration ($40 per child registration fee; non-refundable & $100 deposit; non-refundable, applied to first month’s tuition)

Full Day Preschool: 2-5 days

Age: Two years and nine months old and potty trained by start of program

Program hours: 6:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Session:

  • Monday, Wednesday, and Friday   $126.00 per week
  • Tuesday and Thursday                  $84.00 per week
  • Monday-Friday                               $175.00 per week

Details:

  • Program runs during the school year and combines the HPS preschool curriculum with wrap around childcare.
  • $140 due at registration ($40 per child registration fee; non-refundable & $100 deposit; non-refundable, applied to first month’s tuition)
  • Daily rate: $42.00 (additional days, if available and needed)

Preschool Registration Form

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The early childhood program through Hudsonville Public Schools was an amazing experience for my daughter and our family. They provided my daughter, Lauriana, with excellent care and knowledge during Preschool. Lauriana’s teacher, Mrs. Harmon, was exceptionally friendly and nurturing at all times. Every staff member and helper was energetic and always willing to help! They were all so accommodating whenever I needed any help or advice; always available by phone, email, or small talk during pick-ups or drop-offs. I would definitely recommend the environment and stability that the program provides. It helped my daughter overcome a lot of obstacles to be able to be around school-aged children and adults she trusted and enjoyed being around. She was able to make a lot of friends and we were able to bond with her teachers. We would love to continue Lauriana’s education at Hudsonville but unfortunately we have to move to Lansing due to a job opportunity for both sets of parents. It has been an incredible year all around and I wouldn’t change the experience one bit!

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