The Montessori Unlimited admission process begins with a tour and interview. This gives you an opportunity to become acquainted with our school, receive a personal orientation to the Montessori classroom and ask questions, such as if there are any current vacancies or a wait-list. Our administrative director meets with you and may meet with your child to ascertain your child’s readiness, and discover the desires you have of a school so that we can personalize his experience with us from the very beginning. To begin the process, use our school search tool to search for a Montessori school near you and request an appointment.
It is our policy to consider each child’s admission and placement individually — regardless of race, religion, color, gender or national origin — and to admit each student on a six-week provisional basis. At the end of the six-week period, we talk with you about your child’s progress.
Like many other private schools, tuition is based on a formula. It may be paid on a monthly basis and is due and payable on the first of each month. A late fee is assessed for all tuition paid after the fifth business day of any month. A service fee is charged in the event that a check is returned.
Detailed information on all of these policies and procedures can be provided when you visit a Montessori Unlimited school.
If you’ve already visited a Montessori Unlimited and are ready to enroll, you can find all the information you need in the Montessori Unlimited Enrollment Packet. For your child’s safety and to comply with state regulations, all Montessori Unlimited enrollment papers and health records must be completed before your child can begin school.