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.
    9–11 a.m. or 1–3 p.m.
  • “Threes” Morning Class
    9–11:30 a.m.
  • “Threes” Morning Classes
    9–11:30 a.m.
  • “Threes”/“Fours” Afternoon Class
    Monday through Friday
    1–3:55 p.m.
  • “Fours” Morning Class
    Monday through Friday
    9–11:55 a.m.
  • “Fours”/“Fives” Morning or Afternoon Classes
    Monday through Friday
    9–11:55 a.m. or 1–3:55 p.m.
  • “Fives”/“Sixes” Class
    Monday through Friday
    9 a.m.–2 p.m.
    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