Enrollment Process - Child Development Services

Tuition and Services

FranDelJA offers services for both private pay and subsidized childcare. Funding is offered through the California Department of Education, City Funding, and Alternative Payment Providers.
How to Get Started 
To apply for Private Pay or Subsidized Childcare at either FranDelJA location, please contact us our administrative office, at (415)822-1699. We are happy to schedule an appointment for you to apply on campus, tour our facility, and discuss your child's road to their future success.
To be considered for subsidized childcare:
  • We recommend signing up on our city-wide childcare system, Early Learning SF (ELSF).
    • Apply Online at   https://www.earlylearningsf.org/#/Dashboard. Click on the green square labeled "First Time Visitors" and follow the steps as prompted. There will be a series of questions to gather your family's information and program criteria.
    • Apply by phone at (415)-355-3670
  • If/when ELSF matches you with one of our sites, our Enrollment Specialist will contact you via phone to review your eligibility, request paperwork, and set up a formal tour for both you and your child. 
  • Families must fill out an application form at one of our campuses.

California Department of Education Subsidy Process
Certification Regulations

The California Department of Education Child Development Division, has implemented new regulations for families to qualify for subsidized child development services. This is a step-by-step process to enroll your child in FanDelJA Enrichment Center California Subsidized Child Development programs that we provide.

The new certification regulations require parents to take responsibility to submit all of the requested documentation that are needed to determine weather or not their family is eligible for state subsidized childcare. New forms and procesures will guide this process.

Income Eligibility Process

Income eligibility is required for all subsidized childcare. How income eligibility is determined:
Income eligibility is determined by the amount of money that is received by all adult members of the family who provide financial support for the family. The total family income in relationship to the size of the family determines income eligibility.

Size of family includes the children in the family who are counted in the family, and all of the adults who take responsibility to care for children in the family.

Need for childcare is required for all subsidized childcare. How need for childcare is determined:
Subsidized childcare services are offered to families who meet the income eligibility requirements and who demonstrate that none of the adults who are responsible for the care of the child/ren in the family is able to care for the children for one of the following reasons: