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Admissions Process

Woodmeadows Montessori has rolling admission, which means that we accept applications throughout the year and accept students all year long. We welcome inquiries and applications from all families with children ranging from 3 to 8 years of age.

  • Priority Applications Open(Current Families): January 1, 2024 - January 31, 2024 

  • Open Enrollment (for any remaining seats): February 1,2024

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Schedule A Tour

Parents/Guardians are encouraged to visit WMM for a tour before submitting an application. A tour of our school will give you the opportunity to learn about the Montessori method of education, see our campus, observe our classrooms, experience our school community, and get your questions answered to determine if WMM is the right place for your child and family. Because of the coronavirus, we are offering tours by appointment only . Call (919) 410-8816  to sign up for a tour.


Fill Out an Application

After your  visit, if you are interested in enrolling your child/children, we ask you to fill out an application and return it with a non-refundable $250 application fee. The application process starts when a completed application and the application fee is received through TADS.


Application Review

Your child’s application will be processed by our admissions team in a timely manner. 


Admissions Decision & Enrollment Offer

Your child’s application will be processed by our admissions team in a timely manner. From there we will determine if a space is available  or if we need to place your child on the wait list.  You will be notified phone and email once a decision is made.

At Woodmeadows Montessori we embrace and celebrate the diversity of our world. Our differences —including those of culture, race, ethnicity, religion, age, family structure, sex and sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, socioeconomics, learning style, and world view, among others — form and inform a rich environment that is a crucial part of educating our children on their path to maturity and global citizenship. Our interactions across our entire community are characterized by guiding principles of respect, equity, justice, humanity, peace, and personal responsibility. We oppose discrimination and consciously recognize the value of diversity throughout our hiring practices, admission process, classroom composition, professional development, and community activities.

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