Toronto Bilingual Montessori School


Montessori Education in

French & Bilingual


Learning for Life

“Growth comes from activity, not from intellectual understanding.”
Dr. Maria Montessori


How to Apply
Task 1
Visit: See the class in action

Visiting the school is always the best way to answer all burning questions about our lesson plans, subjects, facilities, teachers or whether it would be a best fit for your child. It is a crucial step that must be taken to ensure security and the best education for your child. In our visit we have a tour of the classrooms while in session as well as, the gym and the playground. As the classrooms are in session you will examine the way our teachers deliver the lesson using the Montessori Method and how the child perceives the information. This is our way of detecting whether the child understands the material and whether this is the best method for them.

Task 2

After the visit, it’s up to you to decide if the Montessori Method is right for your child. If you come to the conclusion that this program best fits him or her, the application process begins. For first time applications there will be a $500.00 application fee to be paid by cheque, debit or visa. After this first time application fee is paid the registration forms concerning health and personal contact info for the child’s safety will be filled and to be returned back to the school for future reference.

Task 3

After the forms have been filled, the admission process begins. Favors of admission are given to returning students or those who are transferring from other Montessori programs. For those that do not fall under any of these categories depending on the age group they will be tested and interviewed individually to guaranty a place in TBMS. Acceptance is based on the test results and interviews conducted by head teachers in each department. After definite acceptance the child will start the lessons based on the level detected on the test scores. Best of luck to all!


“When dealing with children there is greater need for observing than of probing”
Dr. Maria Montessori