Elmore County, Alabama Public Pre-K Programs

subsidized pre-kindergarten program in Elmore County

Publicly Funded Pre K Programs in Elmore County, Alabama below. Many of these preschools are free or low cost to qualified parents.

This is a private and user contributed database of local pre kindergarten schools that provide people with subsidized or free programs if they qualify as low income.

Robinson Springs

5720 Main St
Millbrook, AL - 36054
(334) 285-9303
Program: Head Start. Register For This Program at: CDI HS-Chilton AL, 905 W Osceola St AL Program Grant Number: 90CH010500 This is a licensed Head Start Program. Head Start serves children between 3 and 4 years old. Eligibility: Must be from a family with income levels under the pov..

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Tallassee HS

902 Hickory St
Tallassee, AL - 36078

Program: Head Start. Register For This Program at: CDI HS-Chilton AL, 905 W Osceola St AL Program Grant Number: 90CH010500 This is a licensed Head Start Program. Head Start serves children between 3 and 4 years old. Eligibility: Must be from a family with income levels under the pov..

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Lucille M. Swindle

409 Alabama St
Wetumpka, AL - 36092
(334) 478-4904
Program: Head Start. Register For This Program at: CDI HS-Chilton AL, 905 W Osceola St AL Program Grant Number: 90CH010500 This is a licensed Head Start Program. Head Start serves children between 3 and 4 years old. Eligibility: Must be from a family with income levels under the pov..

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Wall Street Head Start

415 Wall St
Tallassee, AL - 36078
(334) 283-5789
Program: Head Start. Register For This Program at: CHAMBERS-TALLAPOOSA-COOSA COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY Dadeville, AL 36853 (334) 283-5789 Program Grant Number: 04CH4720 This is a licensed Head Start Program. Head Start serves children between 3 and 4 years old. Eligibility: Must be from a family w..

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Public Pre K Programs Include:

Early Head Start

For Ages birth to 5 years old. Families must meet poverty guidelines. Children from families receiving public assistance such as TANF, SSI are automatically eligible.

Early Head Start programs provide different needs dependent on the area where they are located. Most are based in centers and schools. Programs also can be home-based.

Head Start Programs

Head Start is provided by the US Department of Health and Human Services. Enrollment ages is between 3 and 4 years old. If child is 3 years old prior to Sept 1, they are eligible to apply.

Families must meet poverty guidelines. Children from families receiving public assistance such as TANF, SSI are automatically eligible.

VPK Programs

VPK Program is a free prekindergarten program for children aged 4 to 5 years old in Florida. Most States have free programs for prekindergarten. We list these locations on PublicPrek.com.