How to register your child

Registration is an open process.  A child may be registered for the current year, at any time during the school year, as space is available.  However, please note that the Wooden Ladder Preschool begins registration for the following school year in February. Current students, siblings of current students, and church members' children are enrolled during Closed Registration. New students are placed in any available spaces in the order which we have received their registration forms and fee (Open Registration).

To secure a place in a Wooden Ladder class, you must send us a completed Registration Packet and a $40.00 non-refundable registration fee for 1 child, $60.00 for 2 or more children. Once the Registration Packet and registration fee are received, your child will be registered and a confirmation letter sent. To get a Registration Packet, contact the preschool at 412.761.9195, or download one here.

Special Note:  A child must be the class’s required age by September 1 in order to enroll in the desired Wooden Ladder class.  For example, a child must be 3 by September 1 to enroll in Wooden Ladder 3. 

Wooden Ladder provides partial scholarships for families in need of financial assistance.  Contact us at 412.761.9195 for more information on assistance, or download the application here. 

What parents are saying about Wooden Ladder

"I was very impressed with the daily hands-on activities in both programs."  

"My daughters are growing and learning and finally have their own friends". 

"My wife and I feel so fortunate to have such a wonderful preschool right here in our community."

"The positive environment is conducive to learning: inviting, bright, and clean. It is easy for preschoolers to pay attention with classrooms like these."

"The teachers are excellent and really care about the growth of our kids both cognitively and socially."

"The classroom environment made a fine first impression. As soon as my children saw them, they were so excited with their new school." 

"I couldn't have asked for anything better for my children."