Find out how to apply, request a tour, get answers to frequently asked questions and look at our tuition scale.
Elementary/Middle/High School: The first step of application is a tour. Tours are conducted by the Vice Principal and Principal and can be arranged by completing the “Request a Tour” form. We look forward to being able to show you the entire school with a focus on the area you are interested in applying to. Once a […]Read More
The best way to learn if Maria Montessori Academy is a good fit is to see it in action! We offer weekly tours with the Principal and Vice – Principal. We encourage Kindergarten and older students to attend with their parents/guardians as their observations are also an important factor. Tours can be set up by […]Read More
Welcome to the admissions information page for Maria Montessori Academy. Choosing a school for your son or daughter is one of the most important decisions you will make, and we are delighted you are considering Maria Montessori Academy. We encourage you to further explore our website to learn more about what makes Maria Montessori Academy […]Read More
These are some of our most frequently asked questions. Are the teachers qualified? Yes, all the teachers are qualified. At MMA we consider the minimum requirement to be a Teaching Licence from the Independent school board as well as the Montessori Training for the appropriate level. How many students attend MMA? Our current […]Read More
At MMA, we pride ourselves in providing a premier, authentic Montessori experience at all levels. It is our policy to ensure that the needs of every student are being met at an individual level. This is why admissions are not only based on the number of spaces available but also the synergy and compatibility between […]Read More
Montessori Education has a proven track record in guiding all forms of special needs students to great success. Quite often we see that the attention to detail, the prepared environment, the multi-aged groupings and the good student teacher ratios go a long way towards helping students manage their learning differences. While we certainly accept a […]Read More