We believe that a child’s success in an Early Childhood program depends on a home-school connection. Therefore, entrance into the preschool is based on the family interview. We do not meet or assess children until after they have been accepted. In accepting children, we strive for a balance of boys and girls in our classes, as well as socio-economic, and cultural diversity. We look for varying family structures, geographic, and racial diversity. Although priority is given to faculty and staff children, as well as siblings of current students, enrollment is never guaranteed.
Entrance into Kindergarten is based on a family interview, observation of the child in his/her preschool setting, and recommendations from the applicant’s preschool teachers. All children must be 5 years old by September 1st of the year they will be entering Kindergarten – there are no exceptions.
First through Sixth Grade
Admission is based on testing and assessment, as well as a family interview, and a Hollywood Schoolhouse visit by the child.
Siblings will be given special attention during the admissions process, with the above criteria in mind. We give priority consideration to siblings of current students, but enrollment is not guaranteed.
Hollywood Schoolhouse does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, ethnicity, national origin, culture, religion, family structure, sexual orientation, financial resources or disability. A family’s ability to pay in no way affects the admissions process.