- Schedule a trial class for the At-home program
- Trial Classes available on 2/2 to 2/4
- 5 trial classes each day 3 – 5:30 pm depending on child’s age and Mandarin abilities.
- Apply online. Link available after the trial class.
- Meet the teaching team to discuss mutual expectations and goals to confirm child’s enrollment.
|At-Home Program Deadlines|
|Online registration opens (rolling)||1/20/21|
|Schedule trial class 1||2/2/21|
|Schedule trial class 2||2/3/21|
|Schedule trial class 3||2/4/21|
- Virtual tour sign-up required for new families . Current and previous PlayThrive families please contact email@example.com for accessing the online application form.
- Virtual tours available on Monday 2/22 or Wednesday 3/10 at 5pm
- Apply online by May 1st.
- Applications are accepted 1/25-5/1.
- Non-refundable application fee: $75
- Confirm the spot
- May 15 – You will be notified of your child’s placement full time / part time / waitlist*
- May 31 – $150 deposit due to secure the spot ($150 is non-refundable and will be deducted from the 1st month’s tuition)
Priority is given to students who are
- Siblings of students enrolled at PlayThrive
- Students in the Orion MI program
- Attending full time (5 days a week)
|On Campus Program Deadlines|
|Virtual tour 1||1/25/21|
|Online registration opens||1/25/21|
|Virtual tour 2||2/22/21|
|Virtual tour 3||3/10/21|
|Deposit & confirmation||5/31/21|
“As a full-time professional and single mom, it is of utmost importance that my child is being cared for without my presence, with an organization I trust, and with teachers I trust. PlayThrive has provided me with exactly that. Extending the Mandarin language, and being conveniently located on the same campus as the Mandarin Immersion program, I have received great peace of mind, as my child now is a 2nd grader, and is enrolled at PlayThrive for the 3rd year. The teachers from each year’s experience, have all shown exceptional care, and passion in what they do, as evidenced by the time, effort, heart, and creativity they put into the cultural events, project-based learning activities, routinely newsletters, and individual attention and care to the children.”
– Melody, 2nd grade parent