Admissions

Thank you for considering Montessori House for Your child’s education. We are here to help you through the process of deciding the best educational experience for your child, and family. We are proud to provide Montessori education to children in the Katy, Richmond, Sugar Land, Fulshear and Houston areas.

Schedule a School Overview by clicking the link below. During your school overview, we will find out more about your child, their needs, and answer any questions you have about our school and educational approach.

ADMISSIONS PROCESS CONSISTS OF:

After your school overview, we assess the potential fit for your child at the Montessori House for Children and Elementary Schools.  Once the School Overview is complete, you will be invited to schedule a tour at the school.

Upon completing your tour,  you will be given a link to submit your application.

K-6 applicants submit school records and recommendation form from their previous school (as applicable). 

Early Childhood & Elementary Class Visits are scheduled once an opening is available.  Classroom visits are part of the admissions process and do not indicate acceptance.   

Toddler Home Visits are  scheduled following acceptance, and are provided to help the child transition to his/her new classroom with ease.  Information is shared between family and school.  The toddler home visit allows the child’s to first meet his/her guide in a place that feels comfortable and secure.

Acceptance Decision letters are emailed to parents following the class visit. 

Parents Confirm Acceptance  of enrollment or decline, within 1 week of receiving the decision letter.

Admissions sends an email with enrollment forms, expected start date, and the due date to complete enrollment information. 

School Orientation takes place at the start of each semester. It provides parents with general information about the Montessori philosophy and methodology and the benefits of an established long-term Montessori education.  Parents will also become familiar with the school’s handbook, opportunities for involvement, and after-school extracurricular programs.  

Classroom Orientations take place at the start of each semester or when a family joins.  The orientation provides an opportunity to meet the guides and become familiar with classroom-specific information.