The Cathedral Preschool is currently beginning its admission process and giving tours to prospective parents for the 2017-2018 school year. Parents should call the Preschool office at 404-237-8777 to schedule a tour
If your child is not currently enrolled, but you would like for him or her to attend next fall, please fill out an application and mail it, along with the non-refundable $25 application fee, to the preschool on or after Thursday, November 10. The application can be found on the preschool’s website: thecathedralpreschool.org. Checks should be made payable to the Cathedral Preschool. Please note that applications received before November 10 will be returned to sender.
If you are a member of the Cathedral of St. Philip, you must include proof of membership with the mailed application. A proof of membership certificate may be obtained from the church registrar, Janie Harris, 404-365-1079.
After Thursday, November 10 the applications received will be placed on a waiting list according to the appropriate age level in the order in which they are postmarked.
Waiting list priority will be in the following order:
- Siblings of currently and previously enrolled students
- Active, pledging members of the Cathedral of St. Philip, in good standing
- Community (10% of remaining spaces will be reserved for this category)
After currently enrolled students complete their registration in December, the remaining openings will be filled from the names on that waiting list. A letter notifying you of your status will be mailed no later than the first week of February. If a child is accepted into the Preschool, the non-refundable registration fee of $500 and a registration contract must be received in the office no later than one week after acceptance to hold the space. If these items are not received by the deadline, the child’s space will be released and the next person on the waiting list will be notified.
The Cathedral Preschool is a Cathedral parochial entity housed in the Cathedral of St. Philip for 45 years. Our longstanding relationship with the Cathedral is beneficial to both the Preschool and the Cathedral.