If you look at our tuition price and think “I can’t afford that” then you most likely qualify for some form of financial assistance. Tiny Trees offers a diverse portfolio of financial aid, including partnership with the Seattle Preschool Pathway Program, Seattle Milk Fund, a sliding scale for financial aid, and additional scholarships.
For the 2019-20 School Year, Tiny Trees is introducing a sliding-scale financial assistance structure to more broadly serve our families. A starting point in our decision, though not the only consideration, are household incomes that are less than 400% of the national poverty line (see table below). Our funding source is a combination of Tiny Trees raised funds, grants, and partnerships with organizations and entities that believe in our program. Based on our financial projections, we aim to reduce tuition rates at an average of 10-30% for qualifying families.
In order to better serve our families and mission, Tiny Trees has restructured our financial assistance application process for the 2019-20 school year. If you have questions about how this might affect your family, please contact our office: email@example.com
For families of all incomes a payment plan is available through BridgeCare Finance. With BridgeCare you make convenient, affordable payments to BridgeCare and they pay Tiny Trees on time, in full each month.
100% FREE tuition for qualifying 3 and 4 year old students in 5-day programs at Beer Sheva Park, Camp Long, Carkeek Park, and Jefferson Park. Families must meet income requirements and reside within the City of Seattle to qualify. More information about the entire SPP program can be found on the city’s website.
Scholarships of $100-$200/mo per qualifying child. Available to students attending Five Mile Lake and Seahurst Park locations whose parent/caregiver is also pursuing a college degree. Can be combined with Tiny Trees financial assistance. Income restrictions apply. Families can also apply for their own scholarship directly from the Seattle Milk Fund.