Sugarbush Day School

Summer Programs

Ages: 6 weeks - 6 years
Lesson Type: Day Care, indoor program
Program offered at: Lincoln Peak, Sugarbush Village
Contact Info: 802-583-6717, dayschool@sugarbush.com
Starting Location: Sugarbush Day School
Reservation and Cancellation Policy: Click here

The Sugarbush Day School, located in the Sugarbush Village, is a state-licensed day care for children ages 6 weeks to 6 years of age. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff of childcare providers will ensure that your child is entertained and comfortable while you take a little time for yourself.

The Sugarbush Day School is open Monday through Friday 8 AM - 4:30 PM. The Day School will be CLOSED May 25, September 7 and November 26, 2015

 Nursery (6 wks – 15 months) Mon - Fri
Half Day: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM $40
Full-Day: 8:00 AM-4:00 PM $85

Please bring bottles and baby food for your child. We are a breast milk friendly facility and can provide a room where mothers can pump or feed comfortably.

 Toddler & Preschool Mon - Fri
Half-Day: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM $38
Full-Day: 8:00 AM-4:00 PM $68

Please send your child with 2 snacks and a lunch that is nut free.

We do not provide lunch during the summer.

Please pack a lunch and 2 snacks with your child. Please remember that we are a nut free facility We are a breast milk friendly facility and welcome nursing mothers to stop by and feed their children. For evening or in-home childcare, please contact 1 800-53-SUGAR for a list of area babysitters.

Reservations are needed for care.

Register before you check-in

To save time during check-in, please print and fill out forms ahead of time.  Forms only need to be filed once a season. Click here for the Day School/Care Registration Form.

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