JOIN THE FOLKSY HOUSE

Three Easy Steps to Apply

IF YOU FEEL THE FOLKSY HOUSE IS A GOOD FIT FOR YOUR CHILD AND WOULD LIKE TO APPLY FOR THE UPCOMING SCHOOL YEAR, PLEASE:

1. Review our website and parent handbook to understand our mission and program.

Parent Handbook

2. Schedule a tour, view the space and meet our Director.

Schedule a
Tour

3. COMPLETE THE APPLICATION FORM AND SUBMIT ALONG WITH YOUR $25 APPLICATION FEE.

Application
Form

A school tour must be completed before your application can be reviewed and considered for the program. Please email us to set up your tour. Tours are intended for children and parents unless otherwise noted.

After I Apply, What is the Enrollment Process?

Our Enrollment Process is Intentional...


1. After submitting your application, Folksy will reach out to schedule an initial meeting with you. After meeting each other at the school, the parents, teachers, and children need to feel confident that Folksy is the right fit. The Director will contact you within a week of your meeting to discuss. If all spaces are full, you will receive an email to let you know that your child has been placed on a waiting list.

2. Once you receive the official enrollment form, it will need to be completed and returned to Folksy as soon as possible, along with the non-refundable $125 registration fee. This fee will hold your child's space and pay for materials, including your water bottle. $100 of the fee will be counted towards your first payment.

3.Your child's space in the class will be officially reserved as soon as this paperwork is turned in, and the enrollment payment clears.

The Folksy House admits students of any race, color, national origin, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School. It doesn't discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.