The program at Tuskawilla Montessori Academy is designed to meet the needs of children from the age of three years through eighth grade. Our enrollment procedure does not discriminate because of race, color, religion, sex, age or national origin. Parents interested in inquiring, having a tour, and possibly enrolling should use the following procedure:
- Contact the school office at (407) 678-3879 and arrange a visit/tour. Parents will make an initial appointment to visit the school without their children. This provides a chance for observation, for introduction to the Montessori approach and for questions. We recommend that parents make a list of questions before the tour.
- The second visit for 1st through 8th grade students is a child-alone shadow day with the prospective teacher, which allows the teacher and child a chance to become acquainted. The admission procedure includes submitting copies of school records, any available letters of recommendation, and an interview with the teacher on the shadow day.
If you would like to apply for admission, please visit our online admissions (FACTS portal) to create an account under the section titled: “How to Apply.” By this point, you will have already spoken with our staff, completed a tour, and are ready to complete an application to Tuskawilla Montessori / Twin Rivers Academies. In this process, you will use the online portal to complete all forms for registration and enrollment. There is a $25 application fee that will be credited to your registration and enrollment fee for the school year.
We are so happy to have your family as a part of our school!
Scholarships & Financial AID
- Financial Aid: TMA/TR accepts a variety of Financial Aid options. Families on scholarships are enrolled in our TMA Volunteer Program. For more information on the TVP, please contact our front office.
- Preschool: Participation in the Voluntary Prekindergarten program (VPK) is available to all four year-old students in Seminole County. For more information, please visit the Early Learning Coalition of Seminole County at www.seminoleearlylearning.org.
- Step Up For Students: Provides K-12 scholarships for low-income school children. Does your family qualify for the free or reduced lunch program? If so, you may qualify for this program too. Students who qualify may receive more than $4,000 for private school tuition. Please click here to learn more about Step Up For Students
- McKay Scholarship Program: The scholarships are available for eligible students with disabilities. Students with disabilities include K-12 students who are documented as having an intellectual disability, a speech or language impediment, a hearing impairment, including deafness, a visual impairment, including blindness, a dual sensory impairment, an emotional or behavioral disability, a specific learning disability, including, but not limited to, dyslexia, dyscalculia, or developmental aphasia, a traumatic brain injury, a developmental delay, or autism spectrum disorder. For more information, please visit the website at www.floridaschoolchoice.org.
Our enrollment procedure does not discriminate because of race, color, religion, sex, age or national origin