4 Year Class

Enrollment Information

  • Helps your child prepare for Kindergarten Curriculum based on state guidelines.
  • Classes are on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings.
  • Morning sessions are 9:30 – 12:30 PM.
  • Child must be 4 on or before September 1st.
  • Classes run from September to May.
  • Open enrollment all year.



Yearly physical examination and up to date immunizations for your child.
If immunizations are not up to date, a waiver must be signed.

The Michigan Department of Human Services requires all early education centers to obtain a signed statement of felony convictions from all parents and others working with children in our preschool. They also require that you have clearance through ICHAT.

*These tuition rates will be effective Fall 2022.

  • Work in the classroom and hold a job
  • $60 Registration Fee
  • $150 Fundraising Fee
  • Work in the classroom or hold a job
  • $60 Registration Fee
  • $150 Fundraising Fee
  • Does not work in the classroom or hold a job
  • $60 Registration Fee
  • $150 Fundraising Fee

A Typical Day in Miss Allison’s Classroom

Greet, “sign in”

9:40am – 10:00am
Circle Time

Greeting song, who isn’t here
Calendar: days, month, year, season, weather
Felt song, other fun song
Themed song and story
Announcements (birthday, parties, etc.)
Activities description

10:00am – 10:45am
Centers with helpers, literacy, numbers

10:45am – 11:00am
Clean up, hand washing

11:00am – 11:15am

11:15am – 11:45am
Outside or music and movement

11:45am – 12:00pm
Clean up outside

12:00pm – 12:30pm
Large group learning activity withsong, story, and interactive or child lead project.

Our Sick Policy: We love to see your children every day, but if they are sick, please keep them home. The Michigan Department of Health has set guidelines, which we must follow:

Each week, we must report all cases of contagious diseases. We cannot accept a child for care if he/she has recently vomited, or has a fever, diarrhea, or profuse nasal discharge. All are signs of infection and are contagious symptoms. Children sent home with a fever may not return for 24 hours. We will not administer Tylenol or aspirin to treat a fever. This only masks the symptom of illness and contagion. Each day, we disinfect tables and play surfaces several times. We always have the children wash their hands before eating and after toileting, and teach them how to avoid spreading germs. Working parents must stay home when they are ill . Please contact emergency parents to take your place when you are ill. Due to the coronavirus, we will adjust these guidelines according to the recommendations of Wayne County and the State of Michigan.

Babysitting Swap: Academic Pathways offers a babysitting swap program for parents with younger siblings. This program is arranged between the parents that need it and is based solely on parent participation. It is in the classroom next to the preschool rooms.

Potty Training: We DO NOT require your child to be potty trained to get a start on his/her education.