Thank you for your interest in joining our muddy family! For preschool details, like classroom descriptions, please visit our Locations page.


Our 2020-21 school year enrollment is closed. Once we have confirmed open spots are available, we will reopen our enrollment, which means we will contact families on the waitlist. Next, if applicable, we will make our enrollment public by including a link on this page to our enrollment portal.

All of our programs are full, except for our Five Mile Lake Park location. We are happy to welcome students to FMLP for a mid-year enrollment in March (please sign up on the program waitlist if you are interested). If/when other spots become available throughout the year, we notify families on the waistlist; if you are interested in a mid-year enrollment please sign up on the waitlist below.

Overview of the enrollment process

To expedite your process, please have ready:

  • Your family’s information (address, phone number, demographic info, child’s date of birth, etc.)
  • Payment information

To complete enrollment for the 2020-21 school year, there is a non-refundable $50/student registration fee to cover administrative costs and a $350/student enrollment deposit, which is used to secure your student’s spot and towards the last month of tuition. This deposit acts as tuition guarantee for Tiny Trees in the event of an early withdrawal, including if a family withdraws during the period between registration and the start of class.


Seattle Preschool Program (SPP)- Pathways

The SPP Program offers free tuition to families living within Seattle City limits earning within 300% of the federal poverty line and enrolled in our Seattle programs.

waitlist information

Please click here to sign up on our program waitlist for the 2020-21 school year.

If you signed up on our program waitlist, we will reach out to you when a spot becomes available. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that families on the waitlist will be able to enroll for this school year. We anticipate a limited number of spots to become available during the school year, so most families will not be able to move from the waitlist into a 2020-21 program.