Hummingbird Nursery
School

 in the Sellwood Neighborhood

Subtitle

Morning and Full Day Programs:
School hours are Monday-Thursday from 8:30am-5:00pm

Half Day Program is from 8:30am-12:30pm
Full Day Program is from 8:30am-5:00pm

Yearly Tuition and Fees for 2015-2016:

12 payments

Half Days from 8:30-12:30 Full Days from 8:30-5:00

2 Half Days= $5,820 ($485 per payment) 2 Full Days=$7,560 ($630 per payment)

3 Half Days= $8,100 ($675 per payment) 3 Full Days= $9,900 ($825 per payment)

4 Half Days= $9,900 ($825 per payment) 4 Full Days=$13,140 ($1,095 per payment)


Summer session 2017 begins on July 5th and ends on August 24th.


10 payments*

Half Days from 8:30-12:30 Full Days from 8:30-5:00

2 Half Days= $4,850 ($485 per payment) 2 Full Days=$6,300 ($630 per payment)

3 Half Days= $6,750 ($675 per payment) 3 Full Days= $8,250 ($825 per payment)

4 Half Days= $8,250 ($825 per payment) 4 Full Days=$10,950 ($1,095 per payment)

* Child does not attend Summer Session


Tuition includes all meals.


Yearly Fee Schedule:

Enrollment fee $50

Materials fee $100

Both fees are non refundable and due with your paperwork upon acceptance.


Please make checks payable to:

Hummingbird Nursery School


Tuition is due on the 1st of the month.

A $30 late fee, plus any bank fees will be applied if tuition is not received by the 3rd of each month.


In order to have a stable income to maintain our program and pay our staff, we require tuition to be paid in full monthly, regardless of school breaks, if the child is out ill, is on vacation, or attends each day.

No family shall be denied admission to the Hummingbird Nursery School on the basis of any legally prohibited discrimination involving, but not limited to, such factors as race, color, creed, religion, socio-economic status, national or ethnic origin, marital status, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, or disability.



"An atmosphere of gratitude should grow naturally in children through merely witnessing the gratitude the adults feel as they receive what is freely given by others, and in how they express this gratitude. If a child says “thank you” very naturally – not in response to the urging of others, but simply through imitating – something has been done that will greatly benefit the child’s whole life. Out of this an all-embracing gratitude will develop toward the whole world. This cultivation of gratitude is of paramount importance."  

(Rudolf Steiner, The Child’s Changing Consciousness)