Admissions Process

Montessori Kingdom of Learning welcomes applications for new students year-round. As spaces become available they are filled in accordance with our enrollment guidelines. Our Administrators are here to help you learn more about our school and guide you through our admissions process. Let’s get started.

Schedule a School Tour

A school tour is your opportunity to visit Montessori Kingdom of Learning and learn about what we do. When you visit, you will tour our spacious campus with a school administrator and observe briefly in classrooms. You will learn about Montessori education, our programs, who we are and what we do. Time is set aside at the end for questions and answers.

Call the school office to schedule your tour today.  (623) 876-1463

Submit Your Application

You can submit your application for enrollment after completing the school tour and meeting with the school administrator.  There is a $160 non-refundable registration and tuition deposit fee.

DOWNLOAD 2016-17 APPLICATION

In the application process we consider balancing enrollment for age and gender, suitability of the child and the family to the Montessori approach, and (in the case of older children) prior Montessori experience.

Enrollment for the 2016-2017 School Year is now open for current families.

Please complete and submit the items below to the front office for registration:

 

Montessori Kingdom of Learning

13111 N 94th Drive
Peoria, AZ 85381
623-876-1463

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Montessori education is a hands-on approach to learning. There are mixed age groups of children allowing them to learn from observing each other as well as from the teacher. Montessori classrooms include a beautiful array of high quality materials that create abstraction through a concrete approach. The child develops at his or her own pace using these materials. The teacher is the connection between the child and the environment. The teacher guides and motivates the child to move forward. The Montessori environment fosters individualization, freedom of choice, and independence. It helps the children learn to internalize self-discipline and self-motivation.