Admissions for 2022-2023
Our admissions season for the 2022-2023 school year is now closed as our classrooms have reached capacity. We will not be accepting new applications or inquiries for the 2022-2023 school year. Please complete an Online Inquiry for the 2023-2024 school year.
Admissions at Montessori School of Maui
Come discover the many benefits of a Montessori education. We proudly serve children 18 months through 8th grade and provide each student with the academic and social foundation needed for future success.
The Montessori teaching methodology is uniquely based upon observation, peer learning, tactile learning materials and intrinsic motivation, and provides a collaborative learning environment that stimulates critical thinking skills, cultivates inquisitive minds and decision-making and supports the development of each child's unique potential. Learn more by attending one of our upcoming admissions events.
Acceptance of an applicant is based on several factors including a successful match between the family and the school, with a combined understanding of the educational goals for the child. We take into consideration, for all levels, factors related to your child’s individual, developmental readiness to ensure appropriate placement in our school. Assessments, grades or progress reports, test scores and teacher references are an important part of the selection process for applicants for the Elementary and Middle School programs. Siblings of current students, Montessori transfer students, and families who have completed all application requirements receive priority consideration from the Prospective Student Pool. A student’s date of application does not influence an offer of enrollment. Applicants are offered enrollment for available spaces as the school seeks to achieve a balance of age and gender in each classroom which is integral to the Montessori method of education. Offers of enrollment take place as the need arises.
The Montessori School of Maui is a non-profit organization. We are a non-denomination, co-educational school enrolling and providing education to children without regard to gender, race, nationality, ethnic origin, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, or religious beliefs.