FAQ

Now enrolling for 2017-2018 academic year

Frequently Asked Questions

How far in advance do I need to place my child’s name on the waiting list?

Requirements vary by age. We recommend that you refer to the “Curriculum” section for more details. In general however, we recommend that you contact the school 18 to 24 months prior to your child’s desired start date.

What do I need to do to be on the waiting list?

Submit an online pre-admission form and call the school (512)251-0428 to schedule an appointment for a tour. The order of admission is on a first-come-first-serve-basis.

Can I register before the tour to be on the waiting list?

No. You may submit the online pre-admission form. However, you will only be confirmed into the waiting list once the tour has been completed. We believe that it is important to first see the school and experience the environment to ensure that you’re selecting the right school and program for your child and your family.

Is the school open year-round?

Yes. We are open year-round for all ages.

When do you enroll children?

We enroll students throughout the year.

When is the best age to start my child?

Between 18 months to 3 years of age. If your child starts in the Toddler program (18 months – 3 years of age), your child will have a smooth transition into the Primary class. You can also enroll your child at the age of 3 years to start in the Primary class and complete a three year Primary program (which includes the Kindergarten year).

If my child stays through Kindergarten can he/she be accepted in first grade the following year?

Yes. There is no problem in enrolling your child in our Elementary Program at Cedar Park Montessori school or at any other school providing the child meets the enrollment requirements of that school.

What is the highest grade that I can have my child at your school?

Our campus offers Montessori education through Kindergarten. Once this is completed, our sister campus offers an Elementary program (1st grade – 6th grade). For a seamless transition from Primary to the Elementary program, we recommend that children have experienced the Primary class or another Elementary Montessori program before coming to the elementary program or have experienced another Elementary Montessori program.

Is it hard for my child to transition to another school after being in Montessori?

Absolutely not, children continue to perform better in the Elementary Montessori class because the program continues to teach in the same methodology and with the same concepts as your child has learned in the Primary class. However, if a child is enrolled at another program, there are no issues in transitioning.

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