What We Offer


Toddlers/ Early Learners

2 to 3 years old

Depending on your child’s development and your comfort level, our toddler program is offered to children 10-15 months old and continues until 3 years old....

  • Feeding themselves.
  • Walking up steps using alternate feet.
  • Using the toilet daily.
  • Developing daily hygiene and nutritional patterns and habits.
  • Attempting to put on shoes and socks.
  • Using 3–5-word sentences.
  • Engaging with adults and peers.
  • Sorting things, manipulating toys with parts and playing make-believe.
  • Expressing them self, turning pages and pretending to read.
  • Reaching fine and gross motor competencies.

Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten

3 to 5 years old

Parkside’s preschool program begins at 3 years old and continues until your child is kindergarten ready. Our program offers a rich environment for students...

  • Balancing on one foot, jumping, and engaging with activity stimuli (e.g., throwing, kicking, catching, etc.).
  • Recognizing letters, colors, objects, numbers, time, etc.
  • Bathing, dressing and undressing themselves with minimal assistance.
  • Washing their hands, brushing their teeth, and maintaining hygiene and toilet habits.
  • Engaging in group games.
  • Asking questions.
  • Knowing and recognizing their first and last names.
  • Taking turns and understanding the concept of sharing and respecting the personal space of themselves and others.
  • Attempting writing and increasing their exposure to reading.


Full Day program from 7:30-5:15 with no additional before/after school fees

Flexible admissions- no cut-off date; program is designed to successfully adapt to various learning styles and levels, allowing for those who may not qualify for traditional public education to receive access to high level curriculum...

Parkside School Admission

The admission process at Parkside is easy.  Please download, print and fill out the following enrollment form.  You will find the tuition on the second page.  After completing the form, email it, bring it to Parkside School or mail it.