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Tuition and Payroll Deduction

School tuition is paid through payroll deduction for Emory and via CDC Credit Union deduction for CDC employees. Deductions take place on the payday of the employee. Tuition is charged weekly for the entire period of the child’s enrollment.

Tuition covers the provision of child care and educational experiences as set forth in the School’s Curriculum, as well as breakfast, lunch and snacks.

For infants, the school provides one kind of formula. Parents must provide breast milk or another formula if their child cannot use the kind we offer. Parents also provide diapers and wipes for infants and young children not yet toilet trained.

Tuition Rates

Tuition Rates for the 2023/2024 School Year
Infant Tuition $381 Weekly
Toddler I & II Tuition $369 Weekly
Preschool Tuition $324 Weekly

*For families with multiple children enrolled, a 10% multi-child discount is applied to the older child(ren)’s tuition.

Subsidy Information

The Clifton School’s affiliates offer tuition subsidy assistance to eligible employees whose total family income is less than $58,000/year for Emory employees; $66,700 for CHOA employees; and $75,000/year for CDC employees effective October 1, 2014.  While full-time Emory students are eligible to enroll their children in The Clifton School’s programs, there is no tuition assistance available to students.   Emory employees can learn more about Emory’s subsidy application process at  CDC employees should visit the FEEA website for more information regarding tuition assistance.

Please note: Extended care tuition for the GA Pre-K program is only eligible for Emory’s subsidy program

Emory Subsidy Scale

    Income (gross)Subsidy
< $34,50050%
$34,500 – $40,00040%
$40,000 – $48,00030%
$48,001 – $58,00015%
> $58,0000%
Emory Child Care Subsidy Policy          Child Care Subsidy Application
CHOA Subsidy Scale (Effective 10/01/14)
< $39,67550%
$39,675 – $46,00040%
$46,000 – $55,20030%
$55,200 – $66,70015%
> $66,7000%
CDC Subsidy Scale (Effective October 1, 2014)
< $45,00050%
$45,000 – $59,99940%
$60,000 – $75,00030%
> $75,0000%
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