Pricing & Funding Resources

Enrollment Information

If you are interested in enrolling your child into Gateway Developmental Learning Center or have questions about our program, please contact our office at 765-649-1900.  We would be happy to schedule a time for you to come in and take a tour of our program.  We also want to ensure that we have an opening in an age appropriate classroom for your child before you complete the enrollment paperwork.

Gateway does accept CCDF vouchers, On My Way Pre-K funding, NACCRA military funding, and private pay.  Follow the links below for more information about CCDF and On My Way Pre-K funding.


On My Way Pre-K

On My Way Pre-K awards grants to 4-year-olds from low-income families so that they may have access to a high-quality pre-K program the year before they begin kindergarten. Families who receive a grant may use the grant at any approved Madison or Delaware county On My Way Pre-K program.

Applications for On My Way Pre-K can be filled out and submitted online OR a paper copy of the application can be filled out and then mailed, faxed or scanned and emailed to your  local intake agent.  Please do not complete both an online application and paper application.  There are limited slots available in each county so families are encouraged to apply early for best chances.

Families Must Meet the Following Eligibility Requirements:

1. Child must be 4 but not yet 5-years old by August 1.
2. Child must be a resident of Indiana.
3. Parents/guardians in the household must have a service need (working, going to school, attending job training).
4. Families must earn less than 127 percent of federal poverty level (FPL).

Families chosen for On My Way Pre-K grants will have access to high quality early education environments for a full 53 weeks from the start of their grant.

After the prekindergarten program ends, families will still be able to access not only high quality summer care but also high quality before and after school care once they begin kindergarten to support their parents who work or attend school.

Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF)

The Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) is a federal program that helps low-income families obtain child care so that they may work, attend training or continue their education. The purpose of CCDF is to increase the availability, affordability and quality of child care.

The CCDF program is administered through the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) in the Office of Early Childhood and Out-of-School Learning. The CCDF state plan outlines state and local level parameters and includes program outcomes, systems development and eligibility requirements.

To apply for the CCDF voucher program, click on the “Learn More about CCDF Vouchers” link below.

We have openings! Call today to schedule a tour.

We have openings! Call today to schedule a tour.