Kim Kardashian is sparing no expense when it comes to her daughter's education.
According to a report, North West, who turned four-years-old last week, is set to begin preschool in the upcoming months and when she does, Kardashian and her husband, Kanye West, will reportedly drop nearly $30,000 on a pre-kindergarten program near their home in Bel Air, California.
"North got accepted immediately," a source close to the situation told Radar Online on Monday.
As the report explained, tuition for the school was $24,000 and there was also an additional $4,000 worth of non-refundable fees involved in North's enrollment in the unnamed school's preschool program.
Although Kardashian's oldest sister, Kourtney Kardashian, chose to homeschool her two oldest children, seven-year-old Mason and four-year-old Penelope, she has decided to have North in school daily.
"Early childhood development is about teaching our youngest learners to embrace learning, self-discovery, and opportunities to interact well with others - thus helping them to launch a journey of discovery that will last a lifetime," the school said of their early education beliefs.
"Our beautiful 66-acre mountain-top campus feels safe and peaceful," the school continued. "Children thrive when they feel valued, nurtured, and inspired to fulfill their unlimited God-given potential."
While $30,000 is certainly a lot, especially for a four-year-old, Kardashian and West can certainly afford to send their daughter to school wherever they see fit.
As Celebrity Net Worth has revealed, Kardashian is worth $150 million while her husband West is said to have a net worth of $160 million.
To see more of Kim Kardashian and her family, including her sister Kourtney and her kids, check out the clip below which features the Kardashians celebrating North's 4th birthday with her younger brother, one-year-old Saint, at Ruby's Diner in Los Angeles.