2015-2016 Tuition

  • “Twos” Class and Parent Discussion Group Morning and Afternoon Classes
    “Twos” and Parent Discussion Group builds gradually to two hours and requires a parent's attendance along with the child for the entire school year. The separation process is nurtured throughout the year for both parent and child. Siblings are not permitted.
    Tuesdays/Thursdays
    9–11 a.m. or 1–3 p.m.
    $4,010
  • “Threes” Morning Class
    Tuesdays/Thursdays
    9–11:30 a.m.
    $4,040
  • “Threes” Morning Classes
    Mondays/Wednesdays/Fridays
    9–11:30 a.m.
    $4,990
  • “Threes”/“Fours” Afternoon Class
    Monday through Friday
    1–3:55 p.m.
    $7,750
  • “Fours” Morning Class
    Monday through Friday
    9–11:55 a.m.
    $7,750
  • “Fours”/“Fives” Morning or Afternoon Classes
    Monday through Friday
    9–11:55 a.m. or 1–3:55 p.m.
    $7,750
  • “Fives”/“Sixes” Class
    Monday through Friday
    9 a.m.–2 p.m.
    $11,375
    School year will extend into June

Note: The Center serves as a laboratory school for Sarah Lawrence College students. Classes are in session from early September to mid-May, in accordance with the Sarah Lawrence College calendar. Consequently, we are closed during the College breaks.

Why ECC?

“After researching and touring the twos programs in Westchester, I was getting more and more anxious. Nothing seemed right. I felt like I was talking myself into a situation I knew wouldn't work. Then I sat down with Lorayne. When I walked into the Kober building at Sarah Lawrence, my anxiety melted away. The comfortable, homey aesthetic instantly transported me to my nursery school experience in the 70's. I sang, painted, and played and made friends. I loved it. I've always enjoyed school as a place to explore and collaborate. 

The teachers at the ECC are extremely educated in their field and also maintain a huge capacity for compassion for the children and the parents. I would have been lost without the discussions we were encouraged to have with our parent group. I feel so much more comfortable, connected, and competent with my now soon to be three year old. That is a direct result of the time my child and I spent at the ECC. He loves spending time with his friends and the teachers there. It has been a perfect match. His development has soared.

He also really likes shovels.”

—Amy Axelson, ECC Parent