Base Tuition = $12,900

Tuition for the 2023-2024 school year for all preschool grades (PK2 – Bridging K). Tuition and fees may be paid annually, semi-annually or in 10 monthly installments. Tuition does not include $500 annual registration fee. Our school day ends at 3 p.m., and we offer after-school childcare and enrichment until 6 p.m. for an additional fee. We operate on a typical school calendar, so we’re closed during school holidays like winter break, as well as June to mid-August. However, we offer summer camps for ages 3+ as an add-on for families looking for year-round care.


After-School Childcare and Enrichment

After the Bell Jr. (ATB Jr.) is our on-site, after-school program for families of Blue House Preschool. In our Daily Program, facilitators lead students through a rotation of activities such as outdoor recreation, indoor crafts, games, storytelling, snack time (included) and social/collaborative pursuits. Registration is by semester. We also offer enrichment courses, which provide additional opportunities for our students to pursue specific interests. All courses take place on campus with qualified instructors. For pricing and more information, email Rory Hearse, Director of Auxiliary Programs.


Summer Camps

For ages 3+, we offer Camp Trinity and Tornado Athletic Skills Camps each summer. We also host select third-party organizations. Camps begin in June and run until August. Registration begins in March.


Financial Assistance

We have chosen Clarity as our new platform for financial assistance to make the application process as easy as possible. Login to Clarity to get started! The application fee is $55, which Clarity will waive if you are under a certain income level. They offer customer service in both English and Spanish at, and the platform is mobile-friendly. Want to learn more? This guide walks you through the application step by step and gives you a comprehensive overview of the process. The deadline to apply is November 30.


Frequently Asked Questions


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Preschool girl playing with rocks outside at Blue House Preschool

Blue House Preschool Parent Kelly Martin appreciates that Blue House Preschool has a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces her kids can explore throughout the day. In addition to the classrooms, the campus features three play areas, a sandbox, a swimming pool, and a gym. Children aren't limited to one classroom and one playground, so they can follow their curiosity.

Why Blue House Preschool?

Blue House Preschool Parent Kelly Martin explains why her family chose Blue House Preschool, and why her kids love going every day.

"The most important thing for us was finding a preschool with experienced teachers. A small class size was super important. A school that felt like a community, I think, was the definitive factor for us."

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Non-Discrimination Policy

Trinity Episcopal School admits qualified students regardless of race, color, nationality, ethnicity, religion, physical disability, socioeconomic status, sex, gender identity or sexual orientation. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, ethnicity, religion, physical disability, socioeconomic status, sex, gender identity or sexual orientation in the administration of any policies or programs generally accorded or made available to students at the school.