Montessori In The Park Enrollment Steps & Policies

Visit Our School

Prospective parents are invited and encouraged to SCHEDULE A TOUR.  You will meet with our Education Director for 45-60 minutes to watch a short video about the Montessori Teaching Method and then take our “Walk in the Park” tour of the classrooms.

*Depending on the time of your visit, you may also have an opportunity to observe a class.

Observe A Class

The type of classroom observation will vary depending on the age of the prospective student.

  • Primary parents will complete a 30-minute observation in a Primary class. Simultaneously, the student will be observed in the adjoining classroom  for an informal assessment.
  • Elementary Students will be invited to visit for a full school day from 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Submit An Application

  1. Following your observation, we will reach out to see if you have any questions or if you are ready to apply.
  2. You will receive an email to complete an online Enrollment Application.
  3. Your application will be reviewed by the Education Director and Head of School.
  4. If your child has previously attended school, records will be requested.

Enrollment Decision

  1. Once your Application is reviewed and accepted, you will receive an email inviting you to complete an online Enrollment Contract, which will require:
        1. Birth Certificate
        2. Current Immunization Records
        3. Emergency Card
        4. $300 Non-Refundable deposit ($100 Registration & $200 Tuition Deposit.)

Enrollment Policy

To enroll a child at Montessori in the Park, the application requirements must be completed in addition to the age specific requirements below.

Chronological Age Versus Readiness

Montessori values each child’s uniqueness; because of this, Montessori schools may place students according to readiness, not age. The aim is always to place the child in the environment best suited to serving the developmental needs of the individual child.

Montessori in the Park does not discriminate based on sex, sexual orientation, race, color, disability, national origin, and ethnic origin or religious affiliation in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered programs. Students with physical or mental disabilities will be provided with accommodations consistent with Title III of the ADA, as stated in the MIP Family Handbook.




I love, love, love this school! My family was looking for an alternative education for our son and he's been here since kindergarten (3 years now). We plan to keep him here as long as possible. The staff is friendly, small campus, one-on-one attention, and they do what they can to make it affordable for families. We'd highly recommend them to West Valley families.

Michelle Everson


Such an amazing school! My 4yr son has sensory issues and this school has been amazing for him. He has opened up significantly and has just grown so much because of the teachers and staff at this school. The fact that I am able to have a constant communication with his teachers as well as the option to be fully involved with this school makes it a perfect choice for me and my family.

Melissa Janton


The teachers are passionate about the learning process and uniquely gifted in bringing out the best in each child. I'm especially grateful for the community, friends and relationships we've built.

Ericka Strachan


My two children love going to school every day... I only wish she would have gone here sooner. It is an amazing school that does not apply the one size fits all rule to education.

Daniella Hauptmann


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