Considering joining our community? Please contact us to set up a tour and observe our classrooms in action! Potential students will then be scheduled for a visit to the classroom themselves, and classroom placement will be recommended or approved by the Head of School.

In order to facilitate a smooth transition for all students, home visits by the classroom teachers will take place prior to school starting for all new students and returning students who will be moving to a new program level. Home visits for students joining us mid-year will be scheduled as part of the admissions process.

For your convenience you may download or fill out the enrollment form now. For middle school applicants (7-8th grade), please use this enrollment formPlease note that your child’s place in the classroom will not be reserved until we receive your enrollment form and non-refundable annual fee. Upon acceptance into our program you will receive additional paperwork (required health forms and more detailed student information) to fill out and our Parent Handbook, which goes over all policies and expectations.

Admissions Process

Admission Procedure
Requirements for New Students

1. School tour and classroom observation by parents
We request that all parents take a few moments to visit the school without their children in order to observe Montessori education in action and get their questions answered. Contact us to set up a tour today!

2. A visit to the classroom by the child
This allows the Head of School and classroom director(s) the opportunity to get to know your child, and provides each child an opportunity to explore and experience the classroom and materials. This helps parents and faculty determine the most appropriate placement.

3. Completed enrollment form and non-refundable annual fee
Your child’s place in the classroom will not be reserved until these are received.

4. Approval of classroom placement by the Head of School

5. A 30 day probationary period in the classroom
We know the first few weeks of school can be a difficult transition for many children, and we give all students time to acclimate and feel comfortable in the classroom. The majority of students begin to adjust and enjoy their new routine within this time period. The probationary period is an opportunity for the faculty, parents, and child to work closely together to determine that this is the best match between family and school.

We look forward to meeting you and your child, and are happy to answer your admissions questions. Contact us today!