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Park City School District

PCSD Preschool

The preschool lottery for the 2024-2025 school year is currently closed.  Please contact Dena Housel at to check on availability and for registration instructions. 

We are no longer accepting preschool students for the 2023-2024 school year. 

Park City Preschool Program

The primary objective of the Park City School District Preschool is to prepare children to be ready for both academic and social-emotional success. PCSD Preschool offers 3-year-old 1/2 day classes and all-day 4-year-old classes at all elementary schools.

Thank you to the Park City Education Foundation for their support of the Preschool program. PCEF provides over $120,000 annually to keep Preschool affordable for all families.


Priority Enrollment Open Jan. 15th - Jan. 30th!

Priority Enrollment for the following groups is available from January 15th to January 30th. If you fall into any of these categories, please reach out to Dena Housel at for enrollment instructions:

1. Current 3-year-old students in the Park City School District Preschool
2. Park City School District employees with a .75 FTE or greater
3. Economically disadvantaged PCSD families qualifying for free or reduced lunch
4. PCSD Families who are Multi-Language Learners (Students without access to English in the home)

Secure your priority spot now – we can't wait to welcome you to our program!

Exciting News for 2024-2025 Preschool Enrollment!

Applications for the Park City School District Preschool program are open from February 5th at 8:00 am to February 25th. Please find application instructions below.

Please note:
- If your child is eligible for Kindergarten (turns 5 by September 1, 2024), they are not eligible for our preschool program.
- Only residents within the Park City School District Boundary are invited to apply.
- Unfortunately, we do not offer preschool services to families residing outside our school district boundaries.

We look forward to welcoming your child to our enriching preschool experience!


Contact Dena at 435-645-5600 ext 1443 for fee reduction information. 10% sibling discount available.

Class Offerings 2024-2025

3-Year-Olds (must turn 3 by Sept. 1, 2024):

  • Tuition - $175 monthly
  • Jeremy Ranch - Mon/Wed or Tue/Thur 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
  • McPolin - Mon/Wed or Tue/Thur 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
  • Trailside - Tue/Thur 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
  • Parley’s Park - Unavailable. PPES students may apply for Jeremy Ranch, McPolin, or Trailside.

4-Year-Olds (must turn 4 by Sept. 1, 2024):

  • Jeremy Ranch, McPolin, Trailside, Parley's Park
    • Tuition - $789 monthly
    • Full day Monday-Thursday 8:15 a.m. - 3:05 p.m. and Friday 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
  • Jeremy Ranch Only
    • Tuition - $390
    • Half day AM (morning)  Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
    • Half day PM  (afternoon) Monday-Thursday 12:00 p.m.– 3:00 p.m.

All programs are subject to change. 
Applying does not guarantee placement.
Students accepted into our 4-Year-Olds class, may apply for After School care from Community Education for an additional cost through a separate registration process beginning April 22nd. Please contact Michelle Coy at for more information..

Application Instructions

Current Student Families

If your child is transitioning from our 3-year-old program to the 4-year-old program for the 24-25 school year, follow these simple steps:
1. Sign in to your Eleyo account.
2. Click on the program starting with 24-25.
3. Follow the instructions to complete and make payment.

For siblings of current students applying, here's a quick guide:
1. Sign in to your Eleyo account.
2. Access account management.
3. Click on the green "Add a student" button.
4. Complete the required fields (in orange).
5. Click "Looks good, start registering."
6. Choose the program starting with 24-25.
7. Follow the instructions to complete and make payment.

We appreciate your continued trust and look forward to welcoming your child into the next exciting phase of their education!

New Student Families

Preschool registration is now closed.  Contact Dena Housel at if you  questions. Please do not fill out an application prior to speaking with Dena.

Ensure a smooth lottery application process by following these clear steps:

1. Click on the lottery application link provided for Eleyo.
2. Scroll to "Jump to" and select "preschool 24-25" to enter the correct lottery pool.
3. Click on the program of your choice, starting with 24-25.
4. Hit the green "Enroll now" button.
5. On the sign-in page, click "Create one now" if you don't have an account.
6. Follow the instructions to create an account and add your child.
7. Look for the blue "Looks Good, Start Registering" button and proceed.
8. Verify information, answer questions, and add your payment method. Remember, only fields highlighted in orange are required.
9. The $50 non-refundable application fee will be charged upon submission.

Thank you for taking these steps to join our community! We're excited to welcome you.

Registration System/Account Management

Explore Eleyo, our user-friendly registration system. Click the button below to access it anytime. Login to view your registration status, payments, and invoices effortlessly. Eleyo is not just for school enrollment; it's also the hub for After School and Community Education Programs. Your one-stop platform for all your registration needs.



Why Preschool?

Long-term studies are unequivocal. Attending Preschool increases:

  • High School Graduation Rates

  • Years of College Completed 

  • Lifetime Earned Income 

Every dollar we invest in preschool provides a 13 dollar return - because when the achievement gap is addressed before kindergarten, it limits the need for expensive interventions in early elementary years.

Preschool is important because it exposes a child to all the foundational pieces and attitudes on which they build their educational career. PCSD Preschool exposes children to new experiences and ideas and then expands on them; staff explore academic language and build academic skills; they negotiate and practice friendship, cooperation, collaboration, and confidence each day. 

A high-quality early childhood education provides children with cognitive, behavioral, and social skills they don't learn at home. Kindergarten teachers (and beyond) find it easier to teach a child who possesses a strong preschool education background in language skills, listening comprehension, attention management skills, and a positive attitude toward learning.

Preschool Curriculum

“We Can” program:

The We Can program integrates assessment with instruction and offers teachers multiple opportunities to observe children, identify their capabilities and needs, and monitor their progress. We Can is built to include teacher-led instruction and guided practice with opportunities for productive, purposeful play to promote the development of literacy, language, numeracy, and general cognitive, social, and emotional functioning. We Can's classroom management component is a research- and evidence-based system that allows teachers to manage the environment while children learn to manage themselves within the structure provided by routines. This component provides small and whole group instruction and Learning Centers for positively and proactively creating order in the classroom environment so that teachers can focus on instruction and set expectations for students.

We Can is appropriate for all preschool students—general education, special education, English language learners, and high achievers.