Department of Education
In free, full-day, high-quality Pre-K, teachers are sparking wonder and igniting learning in our children. Pre-K for All gives children stronger math and reading skills in elementary school and a better chance at success in life. Studies show that early childhood education improves performance throughout a child\u2019s school experience. Enroll your child in a free, full-day, high-quality Pre-K program. Applications for the 2017 - 2018 school year open January 17, 2017 Requires proof of address and child's age Apply online, by phone, or in person Available for students with disabilities and students learning English. All New York City families with a child born in 2013 can apply to Pre-K for All starting on January 17, 2017.
Email Pre-K admissions Email Pre-K admissions if you have questions about getting into Pre-K.
Apply to Pre-K online. Apply over the phone by calling 718-935-2067 (Monday \u2013 Friday, 8 a.m \u2013 3 p.m, except holidays). Apply in person at a Family Welcome Center.
Use Pre-K Finder to look at different programs before applying. Type in your address to see programs near you. Apply for the program(s) of your choice.
Use Pre-K Finder to research programs and find new choices before completing your application. Type in your address to see programs near you. Download and fill in the application for the programs of your choice. Submit your application online or bring your completed application to a Family Welcome Center.
Find a Family Welcome Center
Ask for Pre-K For All assistance. Visit the Pre-K website to find a program and learn more about the application process. Call 718-935-2009 if you have questions about Pre-K admissions. Email Pre-K admissions if you have questions about getting into Pre-K. Visit a Family Welcome Center to learn more about Pre-K programs. Visit a Family Welcome Center Visit a Family Welcome Center to learn more about Pre-K programs.
eligibility NYCHA residents
blurb Free Pre-K for four-year-olds
eligibility Children (0-13)
required_document After you find out which Pre-K program your child can go to, you will need to provide the following documents: Proof of child's age Child's immunization records Proof of address with two documents