Application Fee, Academic Year & Student Fee
Application Fee, Academic Year & Student Fee for Programs in Milwaukee or Chicago
A prerequisite for Elementary applicants who do not hold an A.M.I. Primary Diploma
Foundation Course: $2000.00
Students should budget approximately $1,500 for books and material making. A Montessori elementary class requires a number of materials to be handmade by the teacher. These materials include charts, time lines and nomenclature materials. They are necessary for the proper functioning of a Montessori elementary class.
Attendance at the beginning of a semester is considered a commitment to complete that semester and all payments are due and payable thereafter. A student who withdraws or is asked to withdraw before the beginning of a subsequent semester is not asked to pay that next semester’s tuition.
MIM offers student loans via the federal government’s Direct Loan program. For information and to apply check this link: http://www.direct.ed.gov/applying.html. Our school code is G33093. Contact us for information.
Financial assistance is also available to qualified applicants through the MES Fund which is administered by AMI-USA. To apply for this financial aid candidates must first be accepted into an AMI Course. The AMI-USA office must receive applications by May 1st. Visit amiusa.org for more information.
The Montessori Institute of Milwaukee is an approved training provider under the Workforce Investment Act. Visit the Wisconsin Job Center’s website to see if you qualify for funding. Wisconsinjobcenter.org.
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A Message from Our Executive Director…
“By supporting the development of the whole child and engaging in a meaningful and thoughtful way, the Montessori trained adult is able to model clear and respectful communication, include the child in decisions and assessments regarding his learning and social development and facilitate conflict resolution. By actively implementing AMI Montessori training in the classroom, the Montessori teacher is able to help the child to experience the benefits of being mindful in a natural, supportive, and genuine way, resulting in the child having an independent sense of self. Because our learning environments are designed to mirror the way society functions, the Montessori child is also more able to translate these benefits into daily life outside of the classroom.”
– Andrea Fleener
Milwaukee Montessori Students
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