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Jump Start

Jumpstart is a preschool program for children ages 1 to 5, available to members and guests. We seek to nurture the development and growth of healthy children.

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Jumpstart Preschool

This activity-based program strives to meet the complete needs of your child through developmentally appropriate practices

We offer both full and ½ day programs. Get ready for fun because these programs are enrichment filled, educational and action packed!

Our Jump Start operating hours are

Monday – Friday  7:30 AM – 6:00 PM

Classroom  

Outdoor playground  

Indoor gymnasium  

PreSchool Rates

School year 2022/2023 Rates
aug 15, 2022 – may 26, 2023

1-5 YEAR OLD CHILDREN

5 DAYS PER WEEK – FULL DAY

7:30 AM – 6:00 PM

MEMBERS:   $149.00 per week         

GUESTS:  $159.00 per week

3 DAYS PER WEEK – FULL DAY

7:30 AM – 6:00 PM

CHOOSE YOUR DAYS

MEMBERS:    $ 109.00 per week           

GUESTS:   $119.00 per week

3 DAYS PER WEEK – HALF DAY 

7:30 AM – 2:30 PM

CHOOSE YOUR DAYS

 MEMBERS:  $79.00 per week          

GUESTS:   $89.00 per week

SCHOOL DAY OUT/ HOLIDAY CAMP  

7:30 AM – 6:00 PM

SCHOOL DAY OUT CAMP/ HOLIDAY CAMP

 MEMBERS:  $29.95 per day/ per child          

GUESTS:   $39.95  per day/ per child

1-5 YEAR OLD REGISTRATION FORMS

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1-5 YEAR OLD HOLIDAY CAMP REGISTRATION FORMS

 CLICK HERE  FOR THE HOLIDAY CAMP  REGISTRATION FORMS

School Day Out

Members:           $29.95 per day/per child

Non-members:   $39.95 per day/per child

School day out camps offered are listed in the last page of the parent handbook linked below.

For questions or more information please email our team please drop us an email:  kids@fayac.com

You may also call us:  (479) 587-0500, extension 7

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Club Phone:  (479) 587-0500   Club Fax:  (479) 587-0335