Montessori Community School
Academic Year Tuition
10 Monthly Payments
5 Day Programs
Regular School Hours
+ AM Extended Day
+ PM Extended Day
+ AM & PM Extended Day
8:00 am - 5:15 pm*
Fees - Non-Refundable
New applicants only.
The non-refundable $250 fee associated with this program will be added to the tuition bill only when the program is confirmed.
3% discount applied to tuition made in one payment by July 20. 1.5% discount applied to tuition made in two payments by July 20 and November 20. Discounts are applicable only on tuition.
FACTS Tuition Management is our online payment program. Transactions incurred at the school, including Tuition and Incidental charges (pizza day, event tickets, etc.), will be paid through FACTS. Once accepted, a FACTS account will be created through Online Enrollment. You will have the option for automatic withdrawal payments from a bank account (no fee) or charges to your credit card (2.85% fee). Families can easily view and manage their tuition payments and incidental charges at any time through FACTS SIS.
An automatic payment method is required to remain on file, though other payment arrangements can be made before the payment due date in order to avoid the payment method on file from being billed automatically. Please contact us at email@example.com if alternate payment arrangements are needed. If the alternate payments are not made by the payment due date, the automatic payment method on file will be billed.
Through FACTS annual tuition is payable in monthly installments, 10 months for the Academic Year. Summer 2022 schedules and prices will be available by March 2022. Tuition discounts are available for paying full tuition in one or two payments. For all payment options the first payment is due July 20.
Students may enroll for the Academic Year only, from August 25, 2021 through June 3, 2022. Tuition does not include Winter Camp, Spring Camp, or Interim Camp, if those are offered.
Summer Camp schedules and prices will be available by March 2022.
If paying monthly- your fees will automatically be blended into your monthly payments. If paying with one or two payments- the fees will be charged with your first payment. If you would like to pay for your fees upfront or would like to request a different fee payment option you may contact the billing department by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org before your first payment is due.
All withdrawals must be submitted to the Director of Admissions in writing. Any early withdrawal will result in the forfeiture of the entire $650 enrollment fee. If you withdraw your child:
Our need-based tuition assistance program is designed to consider every family’s unique circumstances and identify a realistic tuition contribution that matches their financial means. All tuition assistance awards offered by MCS are grants, not loans, and do not have to be repaid. The application for tuition assistance is separate from the application for admission/continuing enrollment, but the two application cycles do overlap. Interested families should simultaneously complete admission/enrollment application materials and tuition assistance application materials. Because requests often exceed budget, families are encouraged to apply as early in the cycle as possible.
Applications must be submitted by March 31. Current MCS students are given priority for tuition assistance. Depending on the level of need exhibited by existing students, tuition assistance may be available to new families; however, to ensure adequate funding for our existing students, this amount will likely not exceed 20%.
All inquiries, applications, and supporting documentation submitted regarding tuition assistance are treated confidentially.
MCS utilizes the FACTS Grant and Aid Program to process our tuition assistance applications. To apply for tuition assistance, go to online.factsmgt.com/aid and follow the instructions for completing the application. You will need to create a new account and there is a $35 fee to apply. There are several items of supporting documentation that are required to be submitted, so we encourage you to read over the application closely. Applications for tuition assistance must be submitted each year assistance is being requested.
The FACTS Grant and Aid Program provides a recommendation of the potential need based on the documentation provided, however, the awards are ultimately decided by our Financial Aid Committee.
MCS believes that the primary responsibility for educational expenses lies with the child’s parents/guardians. Therefore, all parents/guardians must submit financial information to establish eligibility for financial aid. Regardless of marital or custodial status, parents/guardians must follow all the financial aid application steps.
The Montessori classroom is prepared to accommodate your child and his/her space is reserved. We cannot credit days or money for missed days due to vacations or illnesses.
If your child is not already enrolled in the Morning Care and/or Afternoon Care Program, and you have an emergency arise where an early drop-off or late pick-up is required, you may sign your student up for a set fee. This option is dependent on a space being available.
If students are not picked up at their usual pick-up time they will be brought to the office and a late pick-up fee will be charged.
Up-to-date documentation of a child’s immunization status must be on file for each child by the child's first day of attendance at the school. A child will not be permitted to start school until we receive the appropriate documentation.
A child attending our Toddler and Early Childhood programs is required to be immunized appropriately for age. This means a child has received all of the doses of each vaccine appropriate for the child's age according to current immunization schedules. Proof of immunity to disease(s) can be accepted in place of vaccination only if a document from a healthcare provider stating the student previously contracted the disease is presented to the school.
We accept only medical exemptions for Toddler and 1st thru 2nd level Early Childhood aged students. Documentation of an exemption must be provided to the school upon enrollment.
An up-to-date immunization record or an exemption form must be on file for each K-6th grade student by the child's first day of attendance at the school. Proof of immunity to disease(s) can be accepted in place of vaccination only if a document from a healthcare provider stating the student previously contracted the disease is presented to the school.
A K-6th grade student is exempt from the requirement to receive a vaccine if the student qualifies for a medical, religious or personal exemption. Documentation of an exemption must be provided to the school upon enrollment. Your child will not be permitted to attend school until we receive the appropriate documentation.
A student qualifies for a medical exemption from a vaccination if the student's legally responsible individual provides to the school:
A local health department representative must witness and sign the Religious and Personal Exemption Forms. To receive a vaccination exemption form, the legally responsible individual who claims an exemption for the student must complete the online immunization education module from the Utah Department of Health. If the legally responsible individual who claims an exemption for the student declines to take the online education module, he/she can obtain a vaccination exemption form from a local health department and receive an in-person consultation.
Any child who is suspected of having a communicable disease is taken to the office immediately and must be kept at home until they are no longer contagious. The School Director or office staff will discharge the child to the care of his/her parent/guardians or to the person who has been designated by the parent/guardian to pick up the child.
When a child is suspected of having chickenpox, German measles, infectious hepatitis, measles, mumps, poliomyelitis, scarlet fever, whooping cough, diphtheria, meningitis or another reportable communicable disease, the local public health officer will be notified. Contact your physician regarding symptoms of these communicable diseases. A child may be re-admitted without a statement from a physician after having had a communicable disease only if the child has been absent for a period of time equal to the longest usual incubation period of the disease as specified by the Utah Department of Health.
Montessori Community School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, age, ethnicity, national origin, disability, orientation or any other protected category in any of its activities, operations, admission policies, tuition assistance or any other program.
*Montessori Community School will revise and update this Policy if practices and policies change, as technology changes, as health and safety information changes, or as new services are added or existing services are changed. If the school makes any material changes to this Policy, the changes will be updated at: https://mcsslc.com/enroll/tuition-forms along with a change of date.
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