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A non-refundable application fee of $55.00 must accompany all applications (including those for siblings). We accept applications on a year round basis. However, the bulk of our admissions process occurs between the months of November through January. Typically, enrollment slots are offered in January/February for the upcoming September school academic year start.
Upon September entrance, children must be between the ages of 15 months - 2.9 years for our Toddler House program and at least 2 years, 9 months old to enter into our Children's House program.
Families must make an appointment to tour the school grounds and spend time observing a classroom 'in action.' If, after observing you feel that BHMS is a potential good fit for your child, the next step in the process is to have your child come in to have an interview with BHMS staff to determine if a Montessori program is an appropriate placement for the child.
All enrollment decisions are made in the best interest of each individual child.
BHMS recognizes the important developmental benefits that arise as a result of having siblings attend the same school. Therefore, siblings of currently enrolled students are generally given priority placement; however, they must be interviewed before being offered a place in the school. If, upon interviewing the child, it is determined that a Montessori Program is not appropriate for a particular child, that sibling will not be offered a place in the school.
If two or more siblings are enrolled concurrently, a sibling discount may be applied.
News and Events
10/01/18 This week from AMS: Montessori Kindergarten resources and information for helping parents understand the benefits of allowing their children to experience the full 3 years of the Montessori Early Childhood cycle. Full Story Here
Congratulations to John and Veronica Ricks, devoted grandparents to Lexi and Ronin. You are our 50/50 raffle winner of $1,105!!! Special thanks to Shrey for helping draw the winning raffle ticket on his last day at BHMS.
In case you missed this story in last week's NY Times, Montessori alumnus, founder and CEO of Amazon.com, Jeff Bezos, and his wife, MacKenzie, pledged to donate two billion dollars to launch a network of Montessori preschools serving young children from low-income families and creating new support systems to help address homelessness in America. Full Story Here