Please contact us if you have any questions. Here are a few common questions.
Q: When can I apply? A: Applications are accepted all throughout the year, however applications for current year programs that end in June are often no longer taken past March as programs often fill quickly. Applications for the fall time frame typically start in January and continue being received throughout the spring. However, the decisions on registrations are generally made shortly after the online application is submitted, so early applications are encouraged. Ongoing applications into the fall and winter are accepted throughout the year online as room permits. Programs are filling fast. Contact us soon! Q: How old must my child be to attend Bright Futures Play Academy? A: Three and Four Year old programming serves children who are either three or four years of age by December 31st. Children need to be potty trained as well prior to starting. Q: Is transportation provided or accessible? A: Parents are responsible for arranging to transport their child to and from each program location for Bright Futures Play Academy.
Q: Is there a fee for Bright Futures Academy? A: All children are welcome in Bright Futures Play Academy. We try to determine if there are any specific needs at a spring intake event for new families. The intake event will provide an early indication if there are any specific learning needs for your child. Following that event, a decision will be made around fees. For children who are typically developing, there are limited community placements at a fee of $98.00 a month. Details about fees are available on our fees page.
Q: Is there a program calendar for Bright Futures Play Academy available? A: Yes, depending on which school location and program your child is enrolled in, the calendar will vary. Calendars will be available from school websites where the program is hosted.
Q: Why should I consider Bright Futures Play Academy for my child? A: See the video linked below for an overview of why our program is important and how it can assist your child.