2020/2021 School Year Information
Registration for the 2020/2021 school year will begin on February 6, 2020. NOTE: Current students need not submit an application.
All new students must submit an application before registration. Applications are now being accepted and are held in the order they are received. They are processed in the following manner:
- First Enrollment – children re-enrolling for the next year and their siblings
- Second Enrollment – applications from former SWSM families
- Third Enrollment – new applications processed in the order of receipt after September 4, 2018.
These policies have been listed in an effort to respect all of the people who have applied, with priority being given to current and former SWSM families.
We strongly encourage you to take the time to observe the classrooms. Please call in mid-October to make an appointment. To obtain a 2020/2021 application, please click here. For a sibling/alumni application form, click here. You may also contact us at (708) 448-5332 to obtain a copy of either form.
“The classroom environments and the teachers truly encourage the children to explore
their world and use the skills they have to the best of their abilities. Very nurturing! We
believe inthe methods of teaching and learning; and our children have gained a sense of
confidence, skills and control in their learning — in both the Montessori and mainstream
classrooms. We have been pleased with our Montessori experiences for our kids! The
teachers and staff are very dedicated, loving and wonderful introductions to a child’s
academic experience. Kudos to you all. We have appreciated knowing and seeing how
family support emotionally contributes to the kid’s learning.”
“Excellent! Liam loved school! Staff was always available if we had questions. We saw a
change in him (for the good) a week after school started. We like the curriculum, the
teachers and the fun loving environment.”
“Extremely happy with the experience Nick received. He was well understood by the teachers
and he was able to grow in many ways. I enjoyed that good relationships amongst the
children were monitored, reinforced or corrected.”