Questions About Daycare
Choosing a childcare program for your child is a big decision – and we want to help you make the right choice! Here are some of the most important questions to ask a daycare, and answers to the questions we hear most from parents looking at our Raleigh preschool. Don’t see the answer to your question? View the Primary Beginnings FAQ page, or contact our North Hills Drive or Spring Forest Road preschool to learn more about our child education programs.
What are your tuition rates?
Primary Beginnings tuition rates vary by program and location. First, decide which of our Raleigh preschool locations you are interested in. Contact that location for specifics on program age and tuition costs. Registration fees may also apply.
What ages do you accept for your childcare program?
We start accepting children at 6 weeks old for our infant daycare program. We also accept toddlers (ages 1-2) and preschoolers (ages 3-5). Primary Beginnings also offers before and after school care for children in Kindergarten – 5th grade.
Do you offer part-time child care?
Yes! Primary Beginnings offers a flexible schedule, offering both part-time and full-time child care and preschool.
When can my child start? Is there a waiting list?
Openings vary depending on the program and location. We do our best to accommodate every family, while still following state regulations. For specific details on openings and availability, please contact your preferred Raleigh preschool location.
Do you accept country child care vouchers?
Yes! Primary Beginnings accepts Wake County vouchers.
Do you offer a discount for enrolling multiple children?
Yes! Primary Beginnings does offer discounts for enrolling multiple children in our Raleigh childcare centers.
What do I need to provide for my child at your childcare center?
Parents are asked to supply diapers, bottles, and a change of clothes for infants. For toddlers, parents should provide diapers or pull-ups and wipes, and a change of clothes. Healthy meals and snacks are provided for all infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.
Questions About Daycare in Raleigh?
When looking for a new daycare or education program for your child, it’s important to know what the school can offer. That’s why we feel these questions to ask a daycare help when choosing a new preschool or learning center for kids.
If you still have more questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us! We are happy to answer all your questions! Learn more about our Raleigh preschools by visiting either our North Hills location or our Spring Forest Road location.