METTC announces our 2019 tuition rates. Schools registering more than 2 adult learners will receive a 10% discount on the tuition for each registrant beyond that threshold.

Tuition and Fees for 2019 Cohorts

All tuition include access to digital albums and digital materials designed for that level, instruction, mentoring, and consultation if listed. Additional required readings, supplies, as well as transportation, lodging, and meals are not included and are the responsibility of the adult learner. (Please take note that cohorts for previous summers filled early, so consider applying soon.)

Intro to Montessori & 3-6 Overview

(offered as Montessori introduction to non-teaching or specialty staff and required for those elementary teacher candidates without 3-6 credentials*; on-site and online course options cost the same)

  • Application fee (non-refundable): $50 (only required for those not taking full training program)

  • Tuition: $800 (due in full by June 1st)

  • Discount: $50 (if paid by May 1st)

Elementary I (6-9) Certification Program

(eight weeks of training over two summers, three weekend seminars, plus 3 on-site consultation visits, leading to Montessori certification through AMS as an Elementary I teacher; Elementary I albums and materials, including large format charts for the Timeline of Life and Five Kingdom Classification) (*3-6 overview required for those without 3-6 credentials)

  • Application fee (non-refundable): $150

  • Tuition*: $8,200 (due in full by June 1st, or can be paid in two-parts — 60% before first summer, 40% before second summer, plus a 5% surcharge on total)

  • Discount: $350 (if paid by May 1st)

  • Credentialing fees: $395

Elementary II (9-12) Certification Program (Stand Alone)

(six weeks of training over one summer, including two Saturdays, a six-week on-line Montessori Philosophy and Practice course, two weekend seminars, plus 3 on-site consultation visits, leading to Montessori certification through AMS as an Elementary II teacher; Elementary II albums and materials, including large format charts for the Timeline of Life and Five Kingdom Classification, as well as specially designed 9-12 part 1 albums covering the foundational lower elementary presentations and access to Elementary I digital materials) (*on-line 3-6 overview required for those without 3-6 credentials)

  • Application fee (non-refundable): $150

  • Tuition*: $8,200 (due in full by June 1st)

  • Discount: $350 (if paid by May 1st)

  • Credentialing fees: $395

Elementary I-II (6-12) Certification Program in Two or Three Summers

(twelve weeks of training, combines 6-9 schedule for first two summers and 9-12 schedule for second half of second summer or a third summer, including two Saturdays,  4 weekend seminars, plus 3 on-site consultation visits, leading to Montessori certification through AMS as an Elementary I-II teacher; full Elementary I and II albums and materials, including large format charts for the Timeline of Life and Five Kingdom Classification) (*3-6 overview required for those without 3-6 credentials)

  • Application fee (non-refundable): $150

  • Tuition*: $12,500 (due in full by June 1st, or can be paid in two-parts — 60% before first summer, 40% before second summer, plus a 5% surcharge on total)

  • Discount: $500 (if paid by May 1st)

  • Credentialing fees: $395

Elementary II (9-12 for holders of an AMS Elementary I credential) Certification Program

(three weeks of summer training, including two Saturdays, and two weekend seminars, leading to Montessori certification through AMS as an Elementary I-II teacher— no consultation visits are required or included if practicum and E-I certified already; Elementary II albums and materials)

  • Application fee (non-refundable): $150

  • Tuition: $4,900 (due in full by June 1st)

  • Discount: $250 (if paid by May 1st)

  • Credentialing fees: $395


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