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Useful Reading Aides

The reading guide button allows the user to have a reading guide that will appear on the y & x axis. (Think of it like using your finger to guide you eyes over the words you should be reading on a book).

The hightlight reading guide button allows the user to have a reading guide that will highlight a strip on the page to view.

Tuition and Financial Aid

Beginners (18 months - 36 months)- Half Day8:15 a.m. to 12 p.m.$18,030
Beginners - Full Day8:15 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.$24,875
Pre-K (33 months - 5 years) - Half Day8:15 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.$15,758
Pre-K -3 Half Days/2 Full Days$17,953
Pre-K -2 Half Days/3 Full Days$19,467
Pre-K - Full Day8:15 a.m. to 3 p.m.$22,712
Kindergarten (5 years old by September 1-Age 6)8:15 a.m. to 3 p.m.$24,009
Lower Elementary (Grades 1-3)8:15 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.$24,658
Upper Elementary (Grades 4-6)8:15 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.$25,091

Click to review Financial Policies for Parents

Annual AfterCare Cost

Stay Monday-Friday UntilBeginnersChildren's House/Elementary
5:00 pm$5,208.00$3,534.00
5:30 pm$6,510.00$4,417.50

Families wishing to enroll fewer than five days a week may contact the Admissions Office for additional information.


Summer @ Summit Cost

Space is limited and is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Camp is only available to currently enrolled children and children who will be enrolling in the Fall.

Full Day – $585 per week; $560 discounted rate (enrolled for more than three weeks)
Half Day – $400 per week

Children’s House 
Full Day – $480 per week; $450 discounted rate (enrolled for more than three weeks)
Half Day – $350 per week

Full Day – $480 per week; $450 discounted rate (enrolled for more than three weeks)

Dates for Summer 2023

Beginners camp: 6/20/2023 – 8/25/2023

Children’s House: 6/12/2023 – 8/25/2023

Elementary: 6/12/2023 – 6/23/2023

*Please note that there is no camp for anyone on June 19th (Juneteenth) or the week of July 3rd


Enrollment and Financial Aid Deadlines

January 25Re-enrollment contracts sent to current families. Please note that accounts must be in good standing in order to receive a re-enrollment form.
February 4Applications for financial aid for our current families are due. A link to the on-line application can be found on our website.
February 8Deadline for re-enrollment contracts to be returned to the school.
February 22Financial aid awards sent to current families.
February 24Financial aid deadline for new families.
March 5Deadline for current families to notify the school of acceptance of their financial aid award by returning their contracts with deposit to the school - please note that awards not accepted by this date will be returned to the financial aid pool for new families.
March 10Acceptance letters and contracts sent to new families.
March 10Financial aid award notifications sent to new families.
March 19Contracts and tuition deposits from new families due - including financial aid applicants.
May 1First tuition payment due, and payment in full due for those who have selected that option.

Tuition Payment Program

Families have two options for paying tuition:

Single Payment Option. Tuition is paid in full by May 1. Payment should be made by check, payable to Summit Montessori School and should be delivered directly to the School. Tuition Insurance is voluntary for families who use the Single Payment Option. Credit cards are not accepted for tuition payments.

Installment payments. Tuition is paid in either 10 monthly or 4 quarterly payments. The first payment is due May 1, and the last payment must be made by February 1 of the following calendar year. Please enroll in advance to ensure timely payment of the first installment.

Tuition insurance is required of families using the installment payment plan.  Please see the tuition insurance section for details.

Enrollment Deposit

A non-refundable deposit is due with your returned contract to reserve a space for your child at Summit Montessori School for the new academic year. For the 2023-2024 school year the deposit is $2,500. This amount is indicated on your contract. Your deposit is applied as your last tuition payment of the year.

Tuition Insurance

Your financial obligation to the School is for the full annual tuition as stated in the School’s enrollment contract.  The School cannot refund tuition or cancel unpaid obligations if your child must withdraw during the academic year. If your son or daughter withdraws, the Tuition Refund Plan will return 50% of tuition pro-rated for the balance of the school year. Insurance claims are honored regardless of the reason for withdrawal, provided the student has attended school for a minimum of 14 consecutive days. It provides substantial assistance in meeting your financial obligations. The Tuition Insurance Plan is required for families who pay in installments, and optional for families who pay their full balance by May 1. Families that pay in full by May 1 may participate on a voluntary basis.

Financial Assistance

Limited, need-based financial assistance is available to families who qualify. Summit uses the online Financial Aid for School Tuition (FAST) program. To complete a financial aid application, please visit the FAST website.

Financial aid decisions are made independently of admissions decisions.The financial aid program is open to students of any race, creed, sexual orientation and national or ethnic origin.