APPLY Now for 2019-2020!

Please take a few moment to complete our on-line admissions application. Once this form is complete, you will also be prompted to complete the application process by submitting the $50 application fee (via PayPal or snail mail—whichever is most convenient for you).

CHILD'S INFORMATION
Tell us a little bit about your child--the more detailed, the better!
Name *
Name
Date of birth *
Date of birth
FAMILY INFORMATION
We're so glad that your family is interested in joining ours! Help us get to know you . . .
Parent/guardian *
Parent/guardian
Address *
Address
CONTACT INFORMATION
What's the best way for us to get in touch with you?
Phone *
Phone
PROGRAM INFORMATION
Tell us which programs/days/hours you are most interested in. (Friendly reminder: all of our programs are subject to minimum enrollment.)
Our half-day morning program (8:30am-12pm) is designed for Pre/K students. All students are 3-6 years old and must be toileting independently.
ENRICHMENT *
Our afternoon programs (12-3:30pm) are a great way for our morning students to extend their learning. Homeschool elementary students are welcome too! All students should be 3-9 years old, must be NON-napping, and toileting independently. Be sure to CHECK ALL that apply!
Working families LOVE our extended day programs! Early Bird students take part in preparing our classroom for the day (no b'fast provided--sorry). After-School students enjoy relaxing activities like puzzles, games, and extended outdoor play.
This is the MNS parent-child program that started it all! Class meets once each week (Mon or Fri 9-11am) each season. Students are independent walkers, between 2 and 4 years of age, and accompanied to class by a consistent adult each week. (And NON-walking sibs are welcome to attend for free!)

Montessori Nature School (MNS) does not exclude, deny admission to, or otherwise discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, gender, nationality, religion, cultural heritage, political beliefs, marital status, sexual orientation, or disability in the administration of its educational programs, admissions policies, financial aid awards, employment practices, and other school-administered programs.