Come learn and grow with us
At Friendly House Preschool, our play-based curriculum is tailored to the needs of your child, with a focus on social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development. Plus, our program options are flexible to meet your family’s needs and budget, while offering nurturing and engaging preschool activities in a richly diverse environment.
We still have a limited number of spaces open in both our Preschool program and School-Age Childcare program. Click here to register today. For information on COVID-19 rules for childcare and Early Childhood Education providers, click here.
Due to the number of families experiencing financial hardship during COVID-19, generous full and partial scholarships are available for families. We want to make safe and enriching childcare available to those that need it most—until we reach capacity, no one will be turned aware for inability to pay.
Friendly House Preschool will be open from 8am–3pm, Monday–Thursday and 8am–noon on Fridays. Open to all children ages 3–5.
Friendly House School-Age Childcare will be open from 7:45am–3pm, Monday–Thursday and 7:45am–noon on Fridays. Open to all children in grades K–6.
This information is subject to change. Please check out our Facebook page to learn more about the virtual community building that Friendly House is doing every day.
Are You A Firefly Or A Ladybug?
Firefly is for 3-5-year-olds and is open 7:30am to 2:30pm, September to June. Three- and five-day enrollment options are available. Firefly includes families paying tuition on our sliding scale and families receiving scholarships through Head Start.
Ladybug is for 3-5-year-olds and is open 7:30am to 5:30pm, year-round. Three- and five-day enrollment options are available. Ladybug includes families paying tuition on our sliding scale and families receiving scholarships through our Logan Nettleton Scholarship Fund and other grants.
Friendly House Preschool is open from 8am–3pm, Monday–Thursday and 8am–noon on Fridays. Open to all children ages 3–5.
- Homemade meals and snacks
- All supplies and learning materials
- Any field trip or activity fees
- Before- and after-care fees (full-day class only)
- High teacher to student ratio (3 teachers to a class of 20 children)
- Spacious classrooms and gym space
- Outdoor garden and playground
- Parent-teacher conferences and family socials
Sliding Scale Pricing
Our sliding-scale tuition enables us to serve families from all walks of life. Scholarships are available to eligible families through funding from Oregon Department of Education’s Pre-Kindergarten Program and our Logan Nettleton Scholarship Fund. Click here for the preschool sliding fee tuition scale for 2019-20.
I loved this program, how welcome our family has felt. I love that we had such a small child-to-teacher ratio. The volunteer staff has been sweet and supportive as well. This program has far exceeded my expectations.
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Full and partial scholarships may be available to qualifying families through funding from Oregon Department of Education’s Pre-Kindergarten Program and our generous donors.