How to enroll

Families interested in enrolling at HSP must first apply to be placed on our enrollment queue. HSP accepts applications for the enrollment queue beginning the second week of January for the upcoming school year.

Want to send your student to HSP? Please fill out our enrollment queue form for the 2019/2020 school year.

The information on this form is confidential and will not be used to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, sexual orientation or ability. 


Interested families must attend the Open House to be able to register for HSP.  Our Open House is held Saturday, February 2nd, from 9:30 am -12:00 in the classroom.  If you are interested in applying but are unable to attend our Open House, please contact our registrar for further information:

Registration for non-alumni families will begin the week following the Open House and spots will be offered based on the order of the enrollment queue.


Tuition for the Red Class is $140 per month. Class occurs on Tuesday and Thursday, from 9:30 AM to noon.

Tuition for the Blue Class is $210 per month. Class occurs Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9:30 AM to noon.

Participation in school fundraising is a required. Financial assistance is available.

Important Dates

Enrollment Timeline for the 2019-2020 school year:

Fall/Winter 2018: Enrollment for current HSP families

January 4th, 2019: Enrollment queue opens for new families at

February 2nd, 2019: Open House (the Open House must be attended in order to register at HSP)

February 12th, 2019: Families who have applied will be contacted in order of their application date.  They will have 72 hours to accept the spot by completing the registration process.  This procedure will continue until all spots have been filled.

September 1st, 2019:  Your child must be 3 on or before September 1, 2019 to be eligible for the 2019-2020 school year.

More Information

Our 990 tax document is available for review upon request. Or for more information, contact us by email at

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