We are always seeking active families to join the CC-Montessori Community!
Fees and tuition: As a public charter school, there are no fees or tuition costs to attend (normal school hours) or apply. While there is no cost, we do not receive the same amount of funding that large school districts receive and so must make up for that deficit with fundraising.
Families are highly encouraged to help and participate in our fundraising activities as this effort to meet student needs help our community as a whole. Information about fundraising will come to families throughout the year as events approach.
If your child will need before or after care, there is a fee. Information on these programs can be found in the parent information tab.
Call to set up an appointment for a tour if you would like your child to start attending this 2019-2020 school year!
Submit your child's application:
We will be accepting admission forms for the waiting list on all 1st-7th-grade levels. Priority will be given to siblings.
Click on the Admission Form button below to download the 2019-2020 school year application:
Applications may be dropped off at our location: 822 Ayers St. You may download, fill out, and scan the form to our registrar directly. Email her using the button below.
Are you wondering whether Montessori is right for your child? Here are a short video and opinion article that may answer some of your questions.
A great article that goes into more depth on what questions you should ask when choosing a school for your child. It links several other articles to explore as well.
Open Enrollment Period
Tours for those with children entering 1st grade in the 2020-2021 will begin January 7th, 2020. Call to schedule your appointment after the holidays.
Our open enrollment period for the 2020-2021 school year will begin February 24th, 2020, and run through March 6th, 2020. We will be taking applications for grades 1st through 7th.
Applications for grades 2nd through 7th will go on the waiting list by order in which they were received with priority to siblings of students already attending.
Incoming first-grade applications: If we receive more applications than open spots, a lottery will be held at the next board meeting after the enrollment period has ended. Once open spots are filled, any remaining applications will be put on to a waiting list by order in which they were received. Winners should expect to hear about acceptance by mid to late April. At this time you can confirm acceptance or surrender your spot to the next applicant on the waiting list.
We recommend following our Facebook page to see what's happening on campus and to be reminded about when open enrollment starts. We also recommend that those interested in becoming a part of our community call and schedule a tour to see the working classroom in action. It is a different environment than many other schools. Your child should also be present so they may see what their new environment would look like and voice their opinion on how they feel about the change and expectations.
Please call our school to ask for a tour. Tours for the 2019-2020 school year will begin the first week of October to allow classrooms our standard six weeks to normalize.