Dollarphotoclub_40337001Our admission process is two-fold.  It gives the parents an opportunity to learn about the school, its philosophies and policies.  It also gives us the opportunity to assess each child’s situation to determine whether we will meet the child’s needs and the expectations of the family.  Our goal is to enroll families who share in our values and who will benefit from and contribute to our school.

Please call to schedule a tour of the school at 334-265-7733. Your appointment will include, a classroom tour, observation of classrooms in progress and time with a school representative.  The tour is for adults only.

If you are interested in enrolling, we will schedule a interview with you and your child.  During this time your child will have an opportunity to spend time in a classroom and become familiar with our school.  After this interview, M@M will make a decision regarding acceptance.

If your child is accepted, M@M will provide parents with an Enrollment contract and the necessary paperwork to enroll.  An application fee and registration fee are due when you are notified of acceptance in the school.  The registration fee confirms your child’s place.

If there is no space available and you want to be placed in the admissions waiting pool, you will need to complete and return the application form with the non-refundable $50 fee.Dollarphotoclub_59150252

We value the opportunity to meet each family individually and offering a personalized tour of our campus.  It is important to us that we be able to give each family the attention they deserve as they make such an important decision in the life of their child(ren).

You can call the school for a personal tour at 334.265.7733 or if you have general questions you can email us at casadebambini@aol.com

"Our care of the children should be governed not by the desire to 'make them learn things', but by the endeavor always to keep burning within them the light which is called intelligence."

− Dr. Maria Montessori

"The child is truly a miraculous being, and this should be felt deeply by the educator."

− Dr. Maria Montessori