Program Fees

Pre-K-Kindergarten: $5.00/student
Grades 1-2: $7.50/student
Grades 3-12: $10.00/student Teachers are free.
One parent chaperone is allowed for every 10 students. Additional chaperones are charged the student rate. Minimum fee of $100 for pre-school and kindergarten programs, $150 for 1st and 2nd grade programs, and $200 for 3rd grade and older programs (20 students)

Pre-K-Kindergarten: $5.00/student.
Grades 1-3 offered at Hinsdale Campus and Homan Square only
Grades 4-12: $10.00/student Teachers are free. Minimum fee of $100 for pre-school and kindergarten programs and $200 for 3rd grade and older programs (20 students)

For Heroin-Opioid and Marijuana-Alcohol Train the Trainer program pricing and scheduling, please contact Mark Robinson, Program Manager, at or 630.325.1900 ext. 231.

$200 per program.

There is a minimum fee of $350 per program. Pricing will be finalized based on the number of participants and number of educators needed.

  • 0-5 students $100
  • 6-10 students $150
  • 11-20 students $200
  • 21-30 students $250

We believe that every child, regardless of ability and economics, can have a better life when they are empowered to make healthy choices. When at-risk populations can’t afford programming, we find a way to fund scholarships so that all children have the opportunity to maximize their potential. Whether you are a funder who can join us in achieving this mission, or a school that knows that healthy children are more successful children, contact us at the Robert Crown Center in Hinsdale and we will make you part of our plan for healthier childhoods and a happier futures.

All classes taught at Homan Square (3517 W. Arthington) in Chicago will be offered without charge for all students, teachers and chaperones that qualify for free programs.

Tuition Assistance

To honor our mission and to serve all students, we will do our best to offer a special pricing structure for those who are unable to pay the full cost of our programs. For more information please contact us at 630-325-1900.

Transportation Assistance

Unfortunately we can’t provide transportation, but are aware of assistance programs that provide for field trip and education-related transportation expenses.

Information about a field trip grant from Target Foundation can be found here.
Information about a travel scholarship from the SYTA Youth Foundation can be found here.