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At Alphabet Land Learning Center, we proudly maintain an open door policy and encourage parents to come visit us and see why our center is the best choice for their family. Please stop by anytime, and let us answer all of your questions. No appointment necessary!

How to Enroll

If you’re ready to begin the enrollment process, please download our printer friendly enrollment forms below. (All of the forms are required) Your completed application must be turned into the center in person.

Enrollment Application

If your child will be enrolled in our FREE VPK program or if you have been approved for child care assistance by the ELCMC, please bring in your certificate(s) when enrolling.

Need help paying for childcare? ELCMC assistance is accepted. To apply for a childcare subsidy, call the Early Learning Coalition of Marion County to make an appointment or apply online.

How to Enroll in VPK

If your child turns 4 years old ON or BEFORE September 1st, your child is eligible to participate in our FREE Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK) education program. There are no income requirements. Enrolling is as easy as 1-2-3!

1) Gather necessary documents.

  • Proof of Birth (i.e. child’s birth certificate, passport, immunization record sign by licensed physician)
  • Proof of Florida Residency (i.e. FL driver’s license, utility bill, pay stub, etc. no older than 60 days)

2) Get your VPK certificate by applying online or on-site.

Alphabet Land Learning Center
2147 SW Hwy 484
Ocala, FL 34473
(352) 307-2067

If registering online, your computer must have the capability to upload and print documents. The certificate will uploaded on your VPK portal once the application is processed and approved. To register online, visit:
vpkcp.floridaearlylearning.com

3) Turn your VPK certificate in to Alphabet Land Learning Center.

Turning in your VPK certificate will guarantee your child a spot in our VPK program. Before the program begins, we’ll ask parents to attend our VPK orientation, where parents get the chance to meet the teacher, learn about what she has planned for the year, and ask any questions you’d like answered. At this time, parents will also be reminded to complete an enrollment application and to get copies of your child’s physical and immunization records.