9186 Dowden Road, Orlando, FL 32827

321.270.8880

Nona Park Montessori School

"Naturally inspiring a lifelong love of learning."

 To Schedule a Tour

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To enroll your child/ren, click below

(After we receive the application for enrollment, an email will be sent to you about the follow-up papers needed to complete the enrollment process).  All documents and fees must be received within seven days upon enrollment. 

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Enrollment Process

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1. THE SCHOOL VISIT

You and your child will be invited to come and tour our campus. There may be a chance of you being joined by another visiting family at the same time. This is an opportunity for us to meet your child and get to know your family. Keep in mind, this is not a college interview; we want you and your child to feel relaxed and comfortable and enjoy your visit! 


2. ENROLL YOUR CHILD AT NPMS BY SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION FOR ENROLLMENT FORM.

 You have an option to submit your application for enrollment online or print our PDF form.  If you are submitting a PDF form, please scan and email it to info@nonaparkmontessori.com.  


3. SUBMIT ADDITIONAL FORMS & DOCUMENTS

Upon enrollment, you will be required to complete a Tuition Contract and submit additional fees and documents as listed on the NPMS Admissions Application Checklist, which will be sent to you via e-mail.  Admission to Nona Park Montessori School will be confirmed only when all required documents and fees are received. 


4. PARENT ORIENTATION

We host a Parent Orientation Session prior to the beginning of each school year that all families are required to attend. At this meeting, you will be further informed about school procedures, events, and what else to expect from your child's experience at Nona Park Montessori School.

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Online Application

Printable Application for Enrollment

  

If you would prefer to fill out a handwritten application, please download the form below. Once you submit your child's Application for Enrollment, we will send you a Tuition Contract, Application Checklist, Admissions Welcome Letter, and other forms required to complete your child's enrollment. 


Uniforms

Uniform Policy

Nona Park Montessori School adheres to a strict Uniform Policy. Uniforms are mandatory for all students. They are available for purchase at the school. All students require plain black or white sneakers/athletic shoes as footwear in order to participate during Recess and P.E. Gym Wear uniforms for students in primary, elementary, and toddler programs should be worn on P.E days and field trips. Additional cold-weather uniforms such as long sleeves, sweaters, cardigans, and blazers are optional.


INFANT (4 weeks-15 months old)   

No uniforms required for Infant Program

 


TODDLER UNIFORMS ​(15-36 months old)​​

​GIRLS AND BOYS:

            - orange logo t-shirt

​            - green gym shorts with logo OR

            - khaki shorts or pants with logo

            - green or white socks

            - plain black or white sneakers/closed-toe shoes

 


PRIMARY UNIFORMS (3-6 years old)

GIRLS: - green logo polo shirt

            - plaid skort OR polo dress​

            - khaki shorts OR long khaki pants with logo

            - green or white socks

            - plain black or white sneakers

BOYS: - green logo polo shirt

            - khaki shorts OR pants with logo

            - green or white socks

​            - plain black or white sneakers

 

​PRIMARY GYM WEAR

- orange logo t-shirt

- green gym shorts with logo

 

 

ELEMENTARY UNIFORMS (6-12 years old)

GIRLS: - green logo polo shirt                                                     

             - plaid skort

​             - long khaki pants with logo

             - green or white socks

             - plain black or white sneakers

BOYS: - green logo polo shirt

            - khaki shorts OR pants with logo

            - green or white socks

            - plain black or white sneakers

 

ELEMENTARY GYM WEAR

           - orange logo t-shirt

           - green gym shorts with logo



MIDDLE UNIFORMS (12-14 years old)

GIRLS: - green logo polo shirt                                                     

             - plaid skort

​             - long khaki pants with logo

             - green or white socks

             - plain black or white sneakers

BOYS: - green logo polo shirt

            - khaki shorts OR pants with logo

            - green or white socks

            - plain black or white sneakers


 MIDDLE GYM WEAR

           - orange logo t-shirt

           - green gym shorts with logo

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Financial Assistance & Scholarships

Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten Program

The Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK) Education Program prepares early learners for success in kindergarten and beyond. Children must live in Florida and be 4 years old on or before Sept. 1 of the current school year to be eligible. To learn more information, click here or call 407-532-4254. To apply for VPK on-line, click here.

 

 

Step Up for Students

Step Up For Students is a nonprofit organization that administers the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship for low-income students (K-12). The scholarship program was created by the Florida Legislature in 2001 and is funded by corporations that receive a dollar-for-dollar tax credit for their contributions.  The income requirements vary by the size of the household. These scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. To learn more information, click here or call 877-7FL-SUFS.

 

 

Gardiner Scholarship

The Gardiner Scholarship is a newly created program that is designed to provide the option for a parent to better meet the individual educational needs of his or her eligible child. The Gardiner Scholarship provides eligible students a scholarship that can be used to purchase approved services or products. Step Up for Students administers this scholarship as well. To learn more information about the Gardiner Scholarship, click here or call 850-245-0505.

 

 

McKay Scholarship 

The John M. McKay Scholarship Program allows parents of students with disabilities to choose the best learning environment for their children. To learn more information, click here or call 800-447-1636.