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Prior to Open Registration:

3-year-olds who are currently registered in the program may pre-register & secure their position for the 4-year-old program in advance, beginning on February 4th and closing on February 8th.

Parents must get their child’s registration in before open registration begins or their spot cannot be guaranteed.

Programs & Fees

3-Year-old Program

  • Children enrolled in the 3-Year-Old program must be three years of age and toilet trained.

  • Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:50 am to 11:20 am (5 hours/week)

  • Annual Fee  $1,650.00   

  • Monthly Fee $165.00  

4-Year-old Program

  • Children must be four years of age by March 1st, of the school year they will be attending. This is the current entry deadline for the school system.

  • Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 8:50 am to 11:20 am
    (7.5 hours/week)

  • Annual Fee  $2,000.00  

  • Monthly Fee $200.00  

**Please Note: Upon acceptance into the program, there will be a registration fee of $125; additionally, June's fees must be paid at this time ($165 or $200 depending on the program you are registered for)** 

How to Register

Open Registration

Open registration will begin on February 9th and close on February 16th. The applications will be sorted with the following priorities in mind:

  • First – Priority will be given to siblings of children previously registered in the program who live in Parkview/Valleyview

  • Second – New registrants who live in Parkview/Valleyview

  • Third – Siblings of children previously registered in the program from other communities

  • Fourth – New registrants from other communities.

  • Fifth – Following the registration deadline, families will be accepted on a first come first serve basis, if space allows

Changes in residency, prior to the school year commencing, will not affect placement in the program.

Coming Soon: Register for Our 2022/2023 Class

*February 4th- Registration opens for children who are currently enrolled in the 3-year program

*February 9th- Registration opens to the public


Alberta Parent Stay-At-Home Subsidy Program

The Alberta Government provides assistance to stay-at-home parents with preschool children who attend licensed early childhood development programs. This includes Parkview Preschool. A ‘stay-at-home parent’ is defined as a family where at least one parent stays at home to care for preschool children and does not work or go to school for more than 20 hours per week may qualify for this program. The maximum benefit available under this program is $1,200 per child per 12 consecutive months from the date an application is initially received by the regional subsidy office. Please contact Alberta Children’s Services at 780‑644‑9992 within Edmonton, Monday to Friday from 7:30 am to 8:00 pm or click here for more information.

What is The Process of Applying for a Government Subsidy?

Our preschool is an approved licensed school for families wishing to apply for the Alberta Government Subsidy Program. The process for families that qualify is:

  1. Families submit an online application through the Alberta Government Childcare Subsidy website.
  2. Once the family’s application has been approved by the Alberta Government, they receive a reference number.
  3. The family provides the reference number to the preschool.
  4. Each month, the preschool submits a form to the Alberta Government.
  5. The Alberta Government deposits funds to the Preschool account and the Preschool Treasurer writes a cheque to the family.

Alberta Federal-Provincial Childcare Agreement

Alberta recently reached an agreement with the federal government to lower childcare fees for parents to an average of $10 per day, beginning in January 2022. For more information, contact Child Care Connect at 1‑844‑644-5165 (toll free) or reach out to your local Children's Services office. Additionally, you can click here.

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