Enrolment for 2021-22 & Beyond
We are currently accepting applications for admission into all of our Early Years (3 year olds) through to Grade 12 programs.
We are only providing tours by bookings. Please use the link below to book an appointment.
Dr. Montessori believed that children learned best by doing, not by passively accepting the ideas and pre-existing knowledge of others.
Westmont fees cover all the costs of our outstanding program with the exception of a nominal fee for school supplies in the fall. If you have more than one child please note that our sibling discounts are the best in the Victoria.
Westmont School strives for complete clarity in our fee structure, and to keep our fees competitive and affordable, and to offer excellent value.
Tuition 2021-22 (New Families)
Early PrimaryShort Day Program
Early PrimaryFull Day Program
KindergartenFull Day Program
Middle SchoolGrades 7-8
High SchoolGrades 9-12
|One Bond per Family||$5000 One time, fully refundable.|
Westmont School is a school that is committed to academic excellence and a caring learning environment. Westmont and its Board of Directors, The Western Communities Montessori Society (WCMS), recognizes that in order to offer a program based on these standards of excellence and to create the environment that maximizes the potential of its students, investment in the appropriate facilities and equipment is required.
In September 1998, the WCMS Board located, purchased and moved Westmont School to its current wonderful site in Metchosin. In order to provide the necessary capital for this investment, the refundable Student Bond Program was established. (The Student Bond was replaced by the “Family Bond” in April 2009.) The ongoing purpose of the bond program is to support the capital plan used to fund the long term capital needs of the School.
|Youngest child||Full fees|
|First Sibling||20% reduction of tuition fees|
|Subsequent Siblings||30% reduction of tuition fees|
Therefore, once a student is enrolled or re-enrolled at Westmont Montessori, the parents/guardians are expected to make a financial commitment for the full year. However, there are sometimes serious, unforeseen circumstances that cause a parent/guardian to permanently withdraw a student.