Apply to the UAH Early Learning Center Families interested in the UAH Early Learning Center are encouraged to visit the school to learn more, ask questions, and share information about their child. Please contact us at 256.824.4760 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a tour. Children are enrolled based on age, availability, and individual needs. All eligible children are admitted to UAH Early Learning Center independent of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin. Important Information ELC Handbook Tuition 2023-2024 First Class Pre-K Drawing 2023-2024 Registration for the 2023-2024 First Class Pre-K program is now open. You may pre-register by filling out the required form on the Alabama First Class Pre-K website via the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education (ADECE). You will be asked to submit your child’s birth certificate and proof of residence. Select the UAH Early Learning Center at 4503 University Drive, Huntsville, 35816. The date for the random drawing for the First Class Pre-K program at the UAH Early Learning Center will be decided soon. Notices will be emailed from the ADECE after the drawing. RISE Program Application Instructions 1. Application 2023-2024 Application Form 2. Application Fee The non-refundable application fee of $50 can be made in person, by mail, or online. If paying by check, make it out to “UAH Early Learning Center.” Click the button to pay online. Online Payments Our Addresses Mailing Address The UAH Early Learning Center301 Sparkman Drive, ELC 115Huntsville AL 35899 Physical Address The UAH Early Learning Center4503 University Dr NWHuntsville AL 35816 Additional Requirements: Valid Immunization Record (provided from physician) School Medication Form *In order to facilitate a smooth operation of the program and to ensure equitable treatment for all families, the following policies and procedures are identified and carefully followed: Children are selected for enrollment in order of the earliest date of received application and by factors related to the teaching and research mission of the program. The program is open to all children regardless of race, color, creed, need, or religious affiliation. Children are assigned to groups based on the child’s developmental needs, teaching and research requirements of the program, and available space. Siblings of children previously enrolled are given first preference in the program. The director determines the final selection for all programs. When considering an appropriate school setting for your child, consider your child’s needs. The most appropriate placement can be different for each child.