Currently enrolling children ages 3-9
Family Montessori of Lebanon, Inc. admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.
We would love for you to come and experience Family Montessori first hand.
Enrollment for Family Montessori’s 2014-2015 is now officially open. We do anticipate filling both classes. Applications will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis. We will maintain a waiting list in case of openings.
Classes will meet at Brendan House, which is on Main Street just next to St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church. They have generously given Family Montessori the two downstairs apartments for the next school year.
Class times & tuition for the 2014-2015 school year are:
Pre-primary (3-6 yrs) W/Th/F 9:30-12:30 $3,600
Lower-elementary (6-9 yrs) W/Th/F 9:30-3:00 $4,500
We are pleased to be able to offer a sliding scale based on family size and income. To determine your actual tuition rate for next year please email the following information to Lisa O’Bryan at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will reply with your tuition rate for 2014-2015.
Name(s) and age(s) of children to be enrolled
Which class they would attend
Number of persons in the family
2014-2015 Adjusted Gross Income, line 37 (income verification due with enrollment contract)
This is simply a quote and is not binding.
Here is the process for enrollment:
Communicate with Lisa O’Bryan to receive a tuition quote
Send in enrollment and forms (attached) and non-refundable $50 application fee (per family)
Receive a tuition contract either by mail or personal meeting
Sign and return contract
Please do not hesitate to contact us with your questions or concerns.
Rachel Sachs, Director
Erica Nichols, Head Teacher
Lisa O’Bryan, Business Adminstrator
Family Montessori of Lebanon is a non-profit home school educational center and therefore, does not receive any federal or state funding.
Pre-School families wishing to participate in Family Montessori can request an enrollment packet through email or phone.
Elementary families wishing to participate in Family Montessori can request an enrollment packet through email and will also need to officially register their child for home education by notifying the district Superintendent.
Based on state home school requirements, the parent takes ultimate responsibility for curriculum and education. However, our full-time, certified teacher works to assist families in making sure that Ohio curriculum standards are met as well as the requirement for 900 hours, both in and out of the classroom.
According to ODE guidelines, at the end of each year, the home school parent must have the child evaluated by either a standardized test, portfolio review by certified teacher or per agreement between the parent and the Superintendent.