The Whitney Child Centre Application Forms
Apply now for 2021-22 and apply after June 1, 2022 for the 2022-23 school year. See below for more information.
For September 2021:
- Toddler 108: To Be Announced
- Preschool 107 (Full-Time): To Be Announced
- Preschool 106 (Morning and Lunch): To Be Announced
- Preschool 105 (Monring Only): To Be Announced
- Kindergarten 210: To Be Announced
- School Age: To Be Announced
Register online for any of our programs. There is no fee to be on our waitlist, but a registration fee is due when you accept a space.
For more information regarding our waitlist, please refer to our waitlist policy under “About”, select “Policies” and click on “Waitlist Policy”.
Online Application Forms
School Age Application
Parents must reapply annually. Forms are specific to the school year. There is no fee to be on our wait list.
Important application dates:
External families: June 1st, 2020 for September 2021.
Current families: December 1st, 2019 to sign up current children and/or siblings for the 2020-21 school year. Applications are processed in January, including external applications.
Applications forms for the 2020-21 school year will be processed in January 2020. Internal families only receive priority during the month of December.
Alumni families (families that have previously used WCC) receive priority.
Families that reside in the Whitney School District receive priority.
Please read our Waitlist Criteria for full information.
Please remember that although we do the very best to accommodate our families, we can never guarantee space in the age group your child is moving up to.
There is an annual registration fee that is part of your annual fee. This will hold your child’s spot until the first deposit is due.
Registration in the Whitney Child Centre does not guarantee acceptance to the Whitney Public School. Please call the Whitney Public School at 416 393 9380 for more information on their process.
The Whitney Public School usually offers kindergarten registration in January/February.
Our staff value and uphold the ELECT principles:
Positive experiences in early childhood set the foundation for lifelong learning, behaviour, health and well being.
Partnerships with families and communities are essential.
Respect for diversity, equity and inclusion are vital.
An intentional, planned program supports learning.
Play and inquiry are learning approaches that capitalize on children’s natural curiosity and exuberance.
Knowledgeable, responsive and reflective educators are essential.