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Application Process

All families interested in enrolling their children in our program are encouraged to visit our school and tour our classrooms. Prospective parents will see our students working in the classrooms and the many areas of learning while classroom works, routine, and curriculum are explained by your tour guide.


Please call us at 708-339-4274 or email us at larenmontessori@sbcglobal.net to schedule a visit and begin the application process.


When a parent is ready to enroll their child, a $125 non-refundable fee is required with the initial enrollment application. For each additional year of enrollment the parent is required to fill out a readmission form and submit it to the school office with a $50 non-refundable fee.


Tuition & Fees 

For many families, private education is a struggle. But it is an exceptionally valuable struggle carried on in the best interest of those families’ most precious possessions–their own children.  The first ten to fifteen years of education (from pre-school through eighth grade) are the period in life in which every penny invested in a child’s education has its greatest effect. Study after study shows the irreplaceable impact of early life experiences in later academic success. The time for investment in education is not just high school or college. Without the proper foundation, students won’t get the most out of their higher education.


A Montessori education is the greatest investment that any parent can make for his or her child. The return on this investment is a happy, capable child equipped with unique skills which are critical for genuine success in a global society. This is the kind of young person that wonderful secondary schools and universities search for. But the question is much larger than that. The question is the kind of life that lies ahead for your child. The unique range of experiences and skills gained by children in Montessori serve as a source of positive self-regard, confidence, and motivation with which to face the world. What more can any parent hope for his or her child?

(adapted from Michael Rosanova, Intercultura Montessori School, 2003)




Hours: 7:00 a.m. until class begins (8:45 a.m.) AND 3:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.


Laren Montessori is a not-for-profit school. Our parent board policy is to keep tuition as low as possible and still maintain our high quality program.

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