2019-2020 BHMS Tuition Rates
(Enrollment generally occurs in January for the following academic year. Tuition rates reflect a 12 equal installment schedule beginning in January and ending the following December):
Children's House, Montessori Morning Program: (8:45am-12pm)
- $773.00 x 12 equal installments ($9,270/yr)
Children's House, Third Year Full Day Montessori Program: (8:45am-3pm)
- $987.00 x 12 equal installments ($11,845/yr)
Toddler House Tuition:
2 Days 3 Days 5 Days
Half Day (8:45am-12:00pm) (T/Th) (M/W/F) (M/T/W/Th/F)
12 installments $494 $682 $910
annually $5923 $8,189 $10,918
Full Day (8:45am-3:00pm)
12 installments $815 $1,137 $1,515
annually $9,785 $13,648 $18,180
*Early AM Option (7:30am-8:45am)
12 installments $67 $101 $168
annually $808 $1,212 $2,020
Enrollment (contract signing) generally occurs in January for the following academic year. Tuition rates reflect a 12 equal payment schedule beginning in January and ending the following December.
In order to help lessen household expenditures for families, we now accept payments in 12 equal installments, over 12 months beginning in January and ending the following December. Any family signing an enrollment contract after January, will have their tuition payments adjusted accordingly.
We strongly encourage all families to set up an automatic bill pay with their individual bank.
Tuition payments must be made regardless of any sickness, vacation, or holidays or absences for any reason.
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