The information below applies to the 2022-2023 academic year. Rates for the 2023-2024 academic year will be available in January, 2023.
2022-2023 Tuition Rates
18 mo. to 36 mo.
3 to 5 years old
6 to 8 years old
9 to 11 years old
(8:15 – 12:00/12:20)
|$12,760||$11,145||not applicable||not applicable|
(8:15 – 3:00)
|Early Drop Off
(7:45 – 8:15)
(3:00 – 5:30)
|One-time, Nonrefundable Enrollment Fee||$1,500|
|One-time, Nonrefundable Sibling Enrollment Fee||$1,000|
This payment plan requires a one-time payment of the annual tuition for the academic year and is due by March for the school year beginning in August. For those making a one-time payment in March, there is a pre-payment discount of 3%. This payment option is not available to those receiving financial assistance or after March 31.
This payment plan divides the total annual tuition into a tuition deposit of 10% of tuition and 9 additional payments for a total of 10 payments. For returning students, we have a continuous enrollment program which means billing for the upcoming year begins automatically unless a family notifies us of withdrawal in February of the current year. The tuition deposit is charged is March according to the family’s existing payment dates and payment methods. For new students, the tuition deposit and enrollment fee are due March 5th or upon acceptance for new students to reserve your child’s place at the school for the upcoming academic year. (The enrollment fee above is only applicable to newly enrolled students.) The remaining 9 payments are due beginning in July. In the case of a late enrollment, tuition payments will be amortized across the number of payments remaining in the standard monthly payment plan which may result in fewer than 10 payments.
International Montessori School offers a limited number of need-based assistance packages. All those interested in financial assistance must apply by January for the upcoming school year. Requests for assistance submitted after the deadline will be considered on a case by case basis depending on remaining unallocated funds.