We invite you to make an appointment to see our school and learn about our program. This is an opportunity for you to ask questions and see the classrooms in action. It is the best way to get a feel for the school and to decide if we are right for your child.
The next step is to fill out an application for admission. You will need to provide current contact information for yourself, your spouse, and any other people who may be responsible for picking up your child in case of an emergency or illness. This form needs to be accompanied by the registration fee and the first month’s tuition. June’s tuition is also paid in advance.
There are no specific requirements for admission into our preschool programs. You will need to provide information about your child’s health and any dietary issues that may exist. You will also need to have your pediatrician complete the form verifying that your child has received all the necessary immunizations.
We encourage parents of Kindergarten-aged children to observe in the Junior Classes and to attend the orientation programs that are offered usually in February or March. At this meeting, materials will be available in the classrooms and you will have ample opportunity to ask questions and learn about the Montessori elementary curriculum.
Your child’s Primary teacher will complete a recommendation form before your child is accepted into the Junior Class. The elementary program requires the child to have reached a certain level of maturity and to have the ability to work independently, as well as cooperatively, with classmates. It is sometimes advisable to delay a child’s entry into the elementary program to assure his or her ultimate success!
We must have certain items on file for each admitted child. These requirements are listed below. Please talk to the Director if you have any questions regarding these items.
Children must be between the ages of 2 weeks to 6 years old (or up to 12 years old for Summer Camp)
Completed application form below listing all information
An updated health and immunization record, which must be renewed every two years