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Admissions Process

Application Procedures

Contact Harbor Montessori School’s Director of Admissions who will be happy to tell you more about our school and answer any questions you may have. At that time, an opportunity to complete an electronic application may be offered, which will be sent via email. You must complete and submit the application to the Harbor Montessori School. A one time $50.00 non-refundable application fee will be required per child.

Applications will be reviewed in the following order:

  • Siblings of current or past families who are in good standing in regards to finances

  • Children transferring from other Montessori schools

  • New families

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Meeting

We ask that parents attend an informational meeting to learn more about the Montessori method and about HMS. During this meeting you will receive a tour of the school. 

Prospective Elementary and Middle School students will be invited to spend three days with their potential class, during which time their skills are assessed and their questions about the program are answered. 

 

Acceptance

Families will be notified regarding acceptance to the school program. The family then completes and returns a registration packet, which includes an Enrollment and Tuition Agreement and other relevant student information (e.g., transfer of school record forms, student registration form). Once this packet is returned to the school with a non-refundable registration fee of $300.00, the student's placement is secure.

 

Non-Discrimination Policy

Harbor Montessori School admits students without regard to race, color, religion, sex, family system, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally made available to students in the school. It does not discriminate in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, or school administered program.

...how to be great planners, how to find answers and how to challenge themselves.

...with their peers, their teachers and their community.

...into independent life-long learners and good citizens of the world.