DAY CAMP REGISTRATION & FEES
You may register for TOP Priority by completing information and making a $100 deposit (per student). This will be applied to your first payment of registration fees.
To comply with social distancing regulations, however, we are forced to limit the number of students in the building. So, don't delay too long when considering your options.
When registering, you will indicate the plan you want (and which specific days):
(note: we are currently offering only Monday and Wednesday as options; however, if you need additional days, let us know. We are maintaining a wait list and will do this if there is enough interest.)
3 DAY PLAN $233/wk
2 DAY PLAN $152/wk
1 DAY PLAN $89/wk
PLUS BIG SIBLING DISCOUNTS: 15% discount for first sibling; 30% discount for third child; 50% for all others
You will also indicate whether you'll need late pick up. Official camp hours correspond with school hours, however, doors open at 7:20 AM and pickup should occur by 4 pm. Optional late pickup ends at 5 pm ($15/day).
We also offer Meal Tickets for $6/day for those who don't want to pack lunches. Regular menu fare will include pizza, hotdogs/burgers, and a meal from a restaurant (to be determined). Students can also purchase meals, snacks or drinks with cash.
We realize the above options are an added expense for a family, but we must hire staff, obtain new insurance, and incur other expenses. We have tried to keep our prices in the range of other daycare and day camp offerings; however, we believe our spacious facility, outstanding staff, and creative ways to engage students makes for a superior experience and value for your hard-earned dollars.
The above fees will be paid monthly (due before the first of the month). We will confirm the balance due with you based on the choices made below. Payment can be made by check, cash, Paypal or Venmo and can be mailed to TOP or placed in the mailbox at the front door.
If schools change their policies during the year and allow students to attend more frequently, you will be issued a prorated refund for the period subsequent to the change.