Tuition

Tuition Schedule, Aid & Scholarships

Class Ages Annual Tuition 12 Monthly
July 1-June1
2 Payments
July 1 & Dec 15
Single Payment
July 1st
1/2 Day
Primary
2.5-6 $5280.00 $440.00 $2590.00 $5080.00
Full Day
Primary
2.5-6 $8100.00 $675.00 $4000.00 $7900.00
Elementary
Program
6-9 9-12 $8640.00 $720.00 $4270.00 $8440.00

2 Payment & 1 Payment save $100 & $200 respectively

Tuition will be pro-rated for students starting during the school year

10% Discount for siblings

Hours:

  • 1/2 Day – 8:30 to 11:30 or 12:30 to 3:30
  • Full Day and Elementary – 8:30 to 3:30
Before & After Care Prices
Before and After Care By Sign In
7:00am-6:00pm
Under 75 hrs
$6.00 per hr
75 hrs & up
$5.50 per hr
Total Billed
Monthly

Download our full fee schedule here in .pdf form

Maple Tree’s philosophy and priority is to keep tuition affordable for families.
Our school offers families need based partial scholarships.

Maple Tree Montessori Academy is a private non parochial school. We do not receive state or church funding. We rely on tuition and small fundraisers to provide the excellent level of education for which we are known. Maple Tree Montessori offers payment plans and scholarship assistance to help committed families afford the cost. Keeping in mind the importance of a child’s development, we encourage and support your effort to provide this amazing experience for your child. It is important to carefully examine your own spending priorities…we know parents that drive older cars, cut back on personal spending and take bag lunches to work to give this gift to their child. Tuition is annual and you can break that down into how much it would cost per day…is there something you could give up?

Some parents use their income tax refunds, ask grandparents to help or look for income producing opportunities that will support the cost. Some parents are able to provide services such as cleaning, gardening or teaching extras like flute, sewing or guitar…talk with us and see what may be available.

Your child will have one childhood…one time that their brain is developing connections to last their entire life, one opportunity to develop social skills and a love for learning that will translate into the adult they are becoming. They are worth your every effort!

“We cannot know the consequences of suppressing a child’s spontaneity when he is just beginning to be active. We may even suffocate life itself. That humanity which is revealed in all its intellectual splendor during the sweet and tender age of childhood should be respected with a kind of religious veneration. It is like the sun which appears at dawn or a flower just beginning to bloom. Education cannot be effective unless it helps a child to open up himself to life.” Dr. Maria Montessori

“It is necessary, then, to give the child the possibility of developing according to the laws of his nature, so that he can become strong, and, having become strong, can do even more than we dared hope for him.” Dr. Maria Montessori