VPK

Florida's Voluntary Prekindergarten Education Program or VPK is a FREE educational program that prepares 4-year-olds for kindergarten and beyond. Children must live in Florida and be four on or before September 1 of the school year they apply. To learn more and apply for a certificate of eligibility visit, https://www.elcduval.org/voluntary-pre-k/ 

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Application

 

 

 

Step 1: Complete an Application by clicking the "Apply Here" button above. Once you fill out an application, we will schedule a meeting for you and your child.

CCA Preschool will accept applications via our Brightwheel website.   NOTE: You will be notified of acceptance via email and/or phone number provided.

 

**Filling out the Application does not guarantee your child's enrollment. 

Step 2: Receive an Offer to Register or Wait-list Status

If your student is selected for our VPK program, you will be notified of the acceptance. If your student is placed on a wait-list due to more applicants than seats available, you will be notified of wait-list status.​

Approximate number of students in each core class will be:

  • 18 students in each VPK Program

    • 5-day program Mon-Fri 8:00-11:00

    • 3-day program. Mon/Tues 8:00-2:00 & Wed 12:00-3:00

    • 3-day program – Wed 8:00-11:00, Thurs/Fri 8:00-2:00

If your student is enrolling in VPK ONLY, you will not be charged tuition. Extended care is available to our students before and after VPK classes. There is a $100 application fee for everyone who applies for extended care. Click the "BEFORE & AFTER CARE FEES" button above for those rates.

Early childhood is a time to nurture a love of learning with a positive experience in a school environment that provides an opportunity to build, maintain, and develop a positive self-image with engaging teachers that allows children to develop their creativity and natural curiosity. Our goal is to help each child reach their greatest potential – intellectually, physically, socially, spiritually, and emotionally. Our state certified teachers are experts in early childhood development. The activities they provide allow students to explore concepts in early literacy, mathematics, science, and social studies while increasing fine motor, social and emotional capabilities with the introduction to Classical Education that they will continue to grow and learn in our grade school. 

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