AfterSchool Labs offers discounted tuition for families with multiple participating students. In general, A-Labs provides a 10% discount on tuition and registration fees for a second participating child and a 15% discount on tuition and registration fees for each participating child beyond the second.
Please note, discount rates are subject to change. For confirmation multi-student discount rates at your child(ren)’s school, please Contact Us.
On behalf of our clients and student-families, A-Labs coordinates directly with the Alabama Department of Human Resources Childcare Management Agency (“CMA”) and Family Guidance Centers to facilitate tuition assistance for qualifying families. The CMA childcare subsidy program is a terrific initiative with potential to
Child Care Fact Sheet
(Source: Alabama Department of Human Resources, updated January 2020)
You may be eligible for services if you are making your home in Alabama and are employed and/or enrolled in school/training and making no more income than is allowable (see Initial Eligibility Monthly Income Scale).
Income is gross income before taxes, social security or any other deductions are made. Regulations allow for no deductions to gross income. Family income includes wages from employment, SSI, SSA, etc. Weekly gross income is multiplied by 4.333 to compute monthly income.
Initial Eligibility Monthly Income Scale
(All New Applicats Must Enter Under This Scale)
Note: Families with income below the amount shown in the $18.00 column are NOT required to pay a fee. All fees are per child.
Family means the basic family unit consisting of an adult and his or her spouse (including common law), children under 18 years of age, and minor parents under 18 years of age and their children, related by blood, marriage, or adoption, who are residing in the same household. A member of this basic family unit temporarily out of the home continues to be considered as part of the family.
Considered as separate families are:
All child care programs managed by the Child Management Agency are administered in accordance with the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and all other federal and state civil rights laws.
For more information regarding the DHR CMA Program, or to request an enrollment application, please Contact Us today!