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Old 08-08-2020, 04:40 AM
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Thanks Michael:

There is no refund section per se but there is the below:

Withdrawal Policy

The $1,000 tuition deposit and $150 enrollment fee are nonrefundable once paid.

Enrolled students for the upcoming September school year may withdraw at any time before the preceding April 1 without being held responsible for future tuition payments specified in the Enrollment Agreement. If a student withdraws between April 2 and August 1 preceding the school year, payments made prior to the withdrawal date are nonrefundable, but families will not be held responsible for future tuition payments specified in the Enrollment Agreement. If a student withdraws on or after August 2 of the school year, payments made prior to the withdrawal date are nonrefundable AND families will be held responsible for future tuition payments as specified in the Enrollment Agreement UNLESS The school is able to fill the vacated spot with a suitable candidate that meets the admissions criteria. Admissions decisions are made at the sole discretion of The school.
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When withdrawal is due to a medical condition or diagnosed developmental delay, the Director may return, at her discretion, a portion of the tuition paid. If a family unexpectedly relocates to an area 20 miles or further from The school the Director will evaluate the circumstances and may return, at her discretion, a portion of the tuition paid provided The school is able to fill the vacated spot with a suitable candidate that meets admissions criteria. (This is generally easier to do earlier in the calendar year, so please let us know as soon as possible if you will be moving.) Admissions decisions are made at the sole discretion of The school.
“Phase-In” is the term used in Montessori schools to describe the initial orientation phase of each school year.

The phase-in period is one of the most important aspects of the program and sets the stage for a successful year. The September phase-in period is intended to prepare children for the remainder of the school year. It is not intended for use as a short-term program option. If a family has indicated an intent to leave the program (or is aware of a pending relocation out of commuting distance to The school) that will occur prior to October 31 of the school year, the child is not eligible to attend The school. In such cases the terms of the enrollment contract will dictate the obligations of The School and the family.
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