Preschool
for Three Year Olds

The SAE Preschool Serves Infants Through PreK

In the Three Year Old Classroom, students begin to write with meaning.  They focus heavily on letter sounds and formation, as well as numbers.  The students begin to engage in group work as they are introduced to project rubrics and designs.  The students are given daily opportunities to build strong communication, and self-expression skills through presenting their projects and doing daily jobs such as calendar, weather, and attendance.

  • PRESCHOOL TUITION

    Below are tuition rates for our Preschool. Please know that all of our founders are/were parents of preschool students and understand the financial and emotional challenges that children this age may bring to a family.  Because of our nonprofit status and being solely focused on the well-being of our students, we have flexibility with how we structure tuition payments.  Each family is unique and more times than not we are able to make adjustments to a family’s specific financial situation.  As is the case with our entire school philosophy, one size does not fit all.

Application Fee/child$98
SCHOOL HOURS/DAY:TUITION AMOUNT
-"Academic Day" - 9am-2pm$8,750
-"Academic Day Plus" - 8am-4pm$10,250
-"Full Day" - 6:30am-6:30pm$12,250
Project Supply Fee (2-4yr olds) or
Personal Care Fee (Infants -1yr olds)
$100
Anticipated Annual Uniform costn/a
Individual Camps: 6:30am-6:30pm
held during non academic weeks - see calendar
$275 per week or $75 per day; (school does not provide snacks or lunch)
Expedition Camps: 6:30am-6:30pmAdd $1,500 for 30 days or $2,475 for 55 days to Tuition
Meal PlanIncluded in tuition cost
Three year olds Preschoolers
Two 3 year olds Preschool girls
Three year old preschool boy

It is our responsibility as educators to figure out what a child can be GREAT at and to help cultivate that GREATNESS. Every child is unique, different, and has a very specific life path. At our school, “we discover, protect and nurture each child’s journey.” It’s freakin’ awesome being GREAT!

Jimmy G. Arispe
Founding Parent and CEO/Head of Schools