Step 1: Sign up for a tour and request additional information

Visit our school: seeing is believing! Tour our facilities: see classrooms and playgrounds. Meet our staff. Understand programs, schedules, and tuition. A visit is the only way to really find out whether a school is right for you. We typically schedule tours in the mornings, so you can see the authentic Montessori experience in practice (as against seeing empty classrooms).

By providing us with your phone number, you consent to being contacted by LePort Montessori and/or its affiliated schools regarding their educational programs, whether such contact is by phone, autodialer, recorded message, or text. Please note: Your consent is not required as a condition of enrollment.

Step 2: Discuss availability to waitlist or enroll

When you tour, we’ll discuss enrollment timelines with you:

Near-term and mid-year enrollment. We enroll year-round when there is a match between a spot and a child (timing, age, gender, previous Montessori experience, language skills, etc.) If there’s a match between your child, your timeline, and an opening, you may receive an enrollment offer during or soon after your tour.

Waitlist for school-year starts and future mid-year openings. If you are planning ahead or looking to enroll for the next school year, you can place your child on our waitlist/applicant pool via the simple online process. You’ll receive a link to the waitlist after your tour. The sooner you waitlist, the higher up on the waitlist you will be, so act now. Enrollment offers for the next school year are typically sent out between February and April; after April, if any spots remain open, we will offer direct enrollment for the next school year.

Step 3: Additional steps

In certain cases, we may ask for additional information before making an enrollment decision:

  • Financial aid. Limited needs-based aid is available. Please discuss during your tour so we can provide you with an application, or read about financial aid.
  • Children who will be five or older when starting with LePort. Children joining Montessori for kindergarten, elementary, or middle school are invited for an assessment visit, to ensure our program is a good fit. Visits last from an hour to half a day, depending on the child, school, and program. Transcripts are also required for elementary and up.
  • Children with special needs. To ensure we can serve all children well, we ask that you raise any (suspected) special needs with us during your tour. Depending on the need (which can be anything from food allergies, to diabetes, to speech delays, or other learning challenges), we may ask your child to visit before offering enrollment, or request additional information from a treating physician.

For all children, once you complete the enrollment application and pay the tuition deposit to secure your spot, you need to complete an enrollment package. It covers items ranging from food preferences to vaccination reports and emergency contact and pick-up authorizations.

Stay in touch with LePort Montessori

Please fill out the form to receive additional info, as well as invitations for upcoming event. If you share your phone number, our admissions team will call to answer your questions or set up a tour.

By providing us with your phone number, you consent to being contacted by LePort Montessori and/or its affiliated schools regarding their educational programs, whether such contact is by phone, autodialer, recorded message, or text. Please note: Your consent is not required as a condition of enrollment.