Tuition & Fees
The following chart outlines the cost of a Montessori Day School of Brooklyn education for the 2017-2018 school year. Tuition may be paid on various installment schedules. We use TADS for payment processing; please see their website for options. Occasionally, class trip fees are necessary to offset trip costs and are due separately.
MDS supports a need-blind admission policy and provides Tuition Assistance for qualified families. (See below.)
Montessori Day School of Brooklyn - 2017/2018 Tuition Rates
|Regular School Day
|2 Days (Th-F)||11,900||10,600||1,650||2,900||4,150|
|3 Days (M-W)||16,600||14,700||2,300||3,550||4,800|
|5 Days (M-Fri)||21,900||19,100||3,300||4,550||5,800|
|* 2 years old on 9/1/2017||** 3,4,5 years old on 9/1/2017|
During its nearly four decades of serving Brooklyn families, the Montessori Day School of Brooklyn has thrived on its social and economic diversity. To continue to encourage that diversity, we created a Tuition Assistance Program. Families are invited to apply for assistance. Depending on need and available funds, families may be awarded a tuition reduction of up to 50% for the school year. These awards are funded with a portion of the school’s general budget, as well as generous donations from other MDS families.
We use an outside company, TADS, to receive and evaluate financial information. TADS provides a committee of MDS staff and board members with financial need information that then determines eligibility. All applications are kept strictly confidential.
Tuition Assistance Applications
The school will accept tuition assistance applications for the 2018-2019 school year from September 1st, 2017 through December 31, 2017.
IMPORTANT: Families will need to separately apply for MDS admission following all admission application deadlines and paying the required admissions application fee. Submitting the Tuition Assistance Application through TADS does not constitute applying for school admission.
Please note, a tuition assistance application must be made for each year in which a family wishes to be considered for aid.
TADS will inform families directly about what documents they need to submit.
These may include:
- supporting tax documentation (i.e. W2, recent pay stubs, federal tax form 1040, 1099, etc.)
- utility bills
- rent or mortgage payment information
- debt information i.e. (credit card debt, loans, medical bills)
Please contact us if you have any questions about this program.