An investment in knowledge pays the best interest." ~Ben Franklin

“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest." 
~Ben Franklin

Apply here!
There is a one time, non-refundable $100 application fee.  

Admissions 2019-20:
Child Visit:  must be completed after you apply and before an enrollment offer can be made.  Child visit is included in the application form.

Rolling Admissions:
We continue to accept applications on a rolling basis and maintain a waitlist if our program is full.
Tuition 2019-20:
A total of 10 monthly payments, of $797 each, due the first of the month.
First payment due upon enrollment.  The remaining 9 payments will be due August 1st through April 1st, with the last monthly payment due on April 1st of the upcoming school year.

All payments are non-refundable (exception for families called away for active military duty).

Payments received after the 5th of the month or bounced checks incur a $50.00 fee.

Enrollment Forms – must be received before starting:
As a licensed facility, The State of Virginia and Fairfax County require specific, current forms, including:  current Vaccination Record, copy of Birth Certificate, School Entrance Medical,  Field Trip Permission, Photo Consent, Permission to Pick-up, Student Information and Medication Release.

These forms will be emailed to you in your enrollment offer email.

**NOTE: We MUST have these forms before your child can begin.  No refunds will be given for delayed start due to incomplete records.

Payments can be made via PayPal 
What to Expect at an Observation:
Interested families are welcome to schedule an observation by emailing
Montessorians use observation as the primary tool of assessment for individual children, the environment, the group as a whole and even themselves, so expect to see teachers who seem to be doing more watching than teaching. Direct instruction is just a piece of the Montessori child’s learning experience. Notice if the children are freely moving around the space. Sometimes this looks like rolling on the floor or even messing around with some of their work pieces; we know that from that freedom of movement and work choice comes deep concentration and spontaneous repetition. Notice if the children are engaging in peer learning. Remember children are designed to learn better from each other than from adults and that learning is a naturally joyful experience. This might sound too giggly or bossy for our adult ears. 
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