Looking for information about our enrollment process, open house or admission dates? You can find what you’re looking for here.
PHCC accepts students who will be 3 or 4 years of age by September 1st of the new school year. If PHCC has openings still available after open registration, children who will turn 3 or 4 years old after September 1st, but by December 31st, of the current school year will be interviewed and permitted enrollment if the teacher feels the child is able.
Perry Hall Children’s Center conducts an open house for prospective new members each year. Due to the restrictions of the pandemic in-person tours will be conducted privately. Tours are available upon emailed request to [email protected]. In person tours are limited to 2 adult family members and we ask that children do not attend this meeting as the preschool classroom is a stimulating environment and children will not be permitted to use any of the equipment at this time.
Current Member Registration
Registration will open on January 18th @ 8am
All members that were registered for the 2020-2021 school year have a 7 day priority to register for the following school year. This includes siblings of current students.
Former Member Registration
Registration will open on January 25th @ 8am
All former members that have had a student enrolled at PHCC in any of the past years of operation have a 7 day priority to register for the upcoming school year. This includes siblings of former students.
Registration will open on February 1st @ 8am
Welcome to PHCC! We hope that you have attended one of our Open House options and are ready to secure you spot for what promises to be one of our best years yet!
- STEP1: REGISTER your student by completely filling out the above registration form
- STEP 2: Within 48 hours you will receive a registration confirmation email (sent to the email address provided on the registration form). This email will confirm a HOLD on the requested space in your class of choice. In the case that a class has reached its maximum hold capacity (3’s-16 students, 4’s-18students) you will be offered a space on the waitlist for that class or offered and open space in another class.
- STEP 3: Accept or Deny the offered hold within 48 hours by responding directly to the registration confirmation email and submitting a $125 registration fee. Registration payments will be accepted via PayPal (online payment fees of $3.93 will be added to this form of payment) or via check mailed within 24 hours of acceptance. Please indicate upon acceptance which form of payment you have chosen to accept your hold. Failure to accept the offered hold within 48 hours may result in the hold being released to the next registrant on the waitlist. Once payment is received your student will be ENROLLED in the 2021-2022 school year! All registration fees are non-refundable.
Registration payments must be made in full.
Tuition payments will be accepted in full, or in 1/2 payment installments.
Installment #1: Due July 1, 2021
Installment #2: Due October 15, 2021
$125 registration fee + $3.93 online payment fee due within 24 hours of hold acceptance. Registration Fees are non-refundable. Please Note your students name and class when making payment.
4’s Classes- $1,800
Online payment fees are added when paying via Paypal. Please choose your class and payment option from the drop down menu and click the PayPal button to pay tuition. Tuition Fees are non-refundable. Please Note your students name and class when making payment. To avoid PayPal fees checks can be made payable to Perry Hall Children’s Center and mailed to:
Perry Hall Children’s Center
9534 Belair Road
Baltimore, MD 21236
Make Payments Here:
For more information please contact:
Membership Coordinator-Danielle Rasinski
Perry Hall Children’s Center Co-Op admits students of any race, color, gender, religion, social orientation, and national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, sexual orientation, and national or ethnic origin in administration of its employment practices, educational policies, admissions policies, or other school-administered programs.