Preschool Policies



The registration fee is $225.00 for the first child and $175.00 for every other child in the family. This fee is not refundable unless we do not have a place for your child. The supply fee is $175.00 for 2 days a week, $225.00 for 3 days a week, and $300.00 for five days a week program. This fee is non-refundable and is due in May.

Tuition is:
$280/month for the 4-year old program
$280/month for the 3-year old program/5 days a week
$205/month for the 3-year old program/3 days a week
$205/month for the 2-year old program/3 days a week
$165/month for the 2-year old program/2 days a week

Tuition is payable each month, September through May, whether the child is in school or not. No provision is made for being out of town or illness. We do not send monthly statements. You may pay monthly or yearly. If you have more than one child enrolled in the program, you may write one check for both children. A late fee of $25.00 monthly will be added to payment reminders that will be send on the 10th of each month. In the event payment becomes more than sixty (60) days overdue, the Preschool reserves the right to remove the child(ren) from the program. Please make checks payable to : Isle of Hope Preschool. These may be mailed or turned in at the church office (412 Parkersburg Road, Savannah, GA 31406/ Attn: Wez Childers), or placed in the collection box. Do not send checks with the children or give to the teachers.


Children in the Cherub’s program must be four on or before September 1. Children in the Tot’s program must be three on or before September 1. Children in the Pee Wee’s program must be two on or before September 1st. Children must remain in their specified age group and may not participate in the other age group programs without special permission.

Accidents and Sickness

In case of an emergency, the school must inform the parent if possible. If the parent cannot be reached, someone at the emergency number should be advised. The phone numbers on the registration form should be kept updated. If the case is serious and neither of the above can be reached, the family physician will be notified. If none of the above can be reached, the child will be taken to the emergency room at the hospital. This action will then be reported to the parent.