Copy of birth certificate
Florida Department of Health Certificate of Immunization form DH680
Florida Department of Health Form 3040
Any pertinent academic/behavioral test results
Along with the above, all necessary BHPS enrollment forms must be completed and returned to the school.
Pre-K2/3 students must be potty-trained before admittance. Pre-K2/3 summer session begins in June and the academic year starts in August. We accept students year-round if space is available. Additionally, we make allowances for children who are not yet three years old by the traditional September 1 age cutoff date.
VPK4 students must acquire the Child Eligibility and Enrollment Certificate, issued by the Early Learning Coalition. The September 1 age cutoff date is in effect for all VPK4 students.
Kindergarten and First Grade students are not required to make the traditional September 1 age cutoff date provided they pass a placement test to enter their desired grade level.
Before/After School Programs:
Students must be pre-registered to attend these programs. A separate fee is charged and is payable monthly or with tuition.
BHPS does not discriminate based on gender, race, religion, ethnicity, or otherwise. We are, however, unable to accommodate students who cannot function in a traditional academic/behavioral setting.
The following documents will provide you with various information regarding the enrollment package(s) of your choice. You may need a program capable of reading .pdf files.
Fees and Tuition:
Summer Camp 2023 Registration Packets:
Kindergarten Readiness Summer Camp
Registration forms should be filled out completely and signed. Please return these to BHPS, or contact the office for more information.
2023/2024 Tuition Agreements and Registration Packets:
Pre-K4/VPK Registration Packet
Elementary (Kindergarten ,First Grade, Second Grade) 2023
Elementary (Kindergarten, First Grade, Second Grade) Registration Packet
Registration forms and Tuition Agreements should be filled out completely and signed. Please return these to BHPS, or contact the office for more information.
DCF Brochures (Know Your Child Care Center, Gold Seal, Influenza Virus, Distracted Adult)
Lunch and Snacks:
Parents are to provide lunch for their child on a daily basis. The school is not equipped to handle microwaved or refrigerated lunches. Parents should send in a morning snack with their child. Students must bring their own afternoon snacks if they are enrolled in the afternoon program.