“The child can only develop fully by means of experience in his environment.”

— Maria Montessori

“The child can only develop fully by means of experience in his environment.”

— Maria Montessori

Admissions Process

1. Visit:

We always believe that seeing our child centered environments in person speaks volumes about our program. We would like to invite you to come in for a tour and observation. Call 440.899.7911 for a tour with the Head of School.

2. Apply:

Applications are accepted year round. Download the application here.

3. Interview:

You will be contacted for an interview with a teacher.

4. Acceptance:

Families will be notified of acceptance into the program.

Application Forms

Application
Authorization to Release
Media Release
Child Medical Statement
Child Enrollment & Health Information

Scholarships / Financial Aid

Westshore Montessori School has enlisted the services of FACTS to assist the Financial Aid Committee in allocating need-based financial aid and scholarships to families of children enrolling in the Preprimary and All Day Community programs. FACTS does not decide whether financial assistance will be awarded or how much to give; rather FACTS provides an analysis service that includes recommendations of what a family should reasonably be expected to contribute towards tuition. All information from FACTS is kept confidential and results are reviewed only by the Financial Aid Committee to assist them in determining appropriate awards.

Please call the school office 440.899.7911 to request  Student Aid. The office will provide you with a link to sign up for FACTS financial aid

NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY

Westshore Montessori School (WMS) is committed to respecting all individuals. A strong school community formed by families with a diverse cultural heritage benefits us all. WMS admits students of any race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin to all privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. WMS does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship or loan program, or other school-administered programs.