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Enrollment

Welcome to the Village Montessori family!

 


 
Step One: Create an Account on Procare

Create an account on Procare to begin the registration application process and to view our class offerings by age group.  Once you have submitted your registration information, you will receive a confirmation email.  We will also receive a confirmation email.  

Please note, applying does not guarantee acceptance.  We will process your registration application and contact you within 48 hours regarding your child's classroom placement and desired start date.  

 


 
Step Two: Pay Enrollment Fee via Procare 

You will receive an invoice via Procare once your registration application has been submitted.  The cost to enroll is $150 per application (per child).  This fee is required to finalize registration whether your child is placed in a class or on the waitlist.  

If you have any questions regarding the first two steps of the application process, please call us at (803)-462-5288 or email us at info@villagemontessori.com.

 


 
Step Three: Finalize Enrollment & Enrollment Documents

Once we confirm your child's start date, we will send a welcome email and direct you to complete the required enrollment documents for your child's file on Procare.  Simply download and print each document, fill them out completely, and then upload them as instructed on Procare.  Please also bring all completed documents to school the first day your child attends for their physical file.

Once we receive all required documents, we will complete your child's file, place your child in a class, or on the waitlist, and contact you to let you know your status of enrollment.

Enrollment is on a first come, first served basis.  We will call families on our waitlist first prior to offering enrollment to the general public.  Siblings also receive preference.  This practice applies to continuous enrollment as well as during our annual enrollment period beginning in January of each year.

Please Note: Village Montessori does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, religion, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies or other school-administered programs.