Step One: Register

Registration for the following school year begins February 1st for current/returning families and March 1st for new families. Our classes tend to fill up by early Spring. We strongly encourage parents to inquire about enrollment and/or waiting lists as soon as possible by emailing us at membership@keypeninsulapreschool.org .It is not too early to get on our waiting list the year prior to when you wish to enroll your child. Once you have inquired about a open spot please print the Registration Form and mail it in with your registration fee to: 

Key Peninsula Cooperative Preschool - Registration 

P.O. Box 447

Vaughn, WA 98394


When mailing in your Registration form, please include a $50 dollar check or money order for your Registration Fee payable to Key Peninsula Cooperative Preschool or KPCP. WE CANNOT ACCEPT CASH. A spot will not be held for you without the registration fee, even for returning families. The registration fee is non-refundable. 

After turning in your registration form and fee, you will receive a confirmation email. If you do not receive a confirmation from us within two weeks of mailing in your form please email us at membership@keypeninsulapreschool.org to make sure we received your paperwork. 

Step Two: Complete Your Registration Packet

Once your spot is reserved you will hear from us again during the summer. You will receive an email and a Registration Packet in the mail. All forms must be completed and return at Paperwork in the Park (see below).

Downloadable Registration Packet:

Bates Registration Form

Immunization Requirements

Certificate of Immunization 

Step Three: Attend Paperwork in the Park

Attend Paperwork in the Park held at Home Park in August and turn in all of your required paperwork. This event is the last opportunity for paperwork to be turned in. This registration event is held on a Saturday morning. At Paperwork in the Park you will also pay your Bates fee and first month's tuition. We encourage you to bring your children to Paperwork in the Park so they can meet their new teacher and classmates. (Mandatory event)

Step Four: Complete Parent Training

Attend Parent Training in your classroom. Teachers will share their expectations and explain your role in the classroom. Parents Training is for parents and care providers only. Anyone who will be volunteering in the classroom must attend. It is held a few days before class begins in September.  Parent Training is for adults only. (Mandatory event)

Step Five: Attend Parent Orientation

The last step is attendance at Parent Orientation in September. This meeting is to provide you with more information about our coop preschool and your role in it.This event is one of the few opportunities we have to meet as a whole coop with families from all three of our sites. At least one parent/care provider must attend. Parent Orientation is for adults only. (Mandatory event)