Camino de Paz
Middle and High School Admissions
Admission to Camino de Paz is primarily based on:
1) A student’s desire to fully engage in all facets of the curriculum; and 2) The parents’/guardians' willingness to support the Montessori philosophy and their adolescent’s need for independence.
Applications are accepted for both August and January admission. Application forms need to be completed by the student and parents/guardians and accompanied by two recommendation forms.
The Middle School Application Can Be Downloaded Here.
The High School Application Can Be Downloaded Here.
The Re-enrollment Application Can be Downloaded Here.
TUITION AND FINANCIAL AID
For Academic Year 2020-21, middle school tuition will remain the same as the previous year: $8,800 per student for the academic year.
For Academic Year 2020-21, high school tuition will also remain the same as the previous year: $11,000 per student for the academic year.
During Academic Year 2019-20, 78% of our middle and high school students received some form of financial aid. Financial aid is still available for students and families applying for 2020-21.
The Financial Aid Application Can be Downloaded Here.
Sibling tuition reductions are offered to families who have multiple students enrolled at the middle and high schools.
Montessori tuition reductions are offered to students who have been educated at Camino de Paz or other Montessori schools. Additionally, if students attend our middle school program, they are offered a Montessori discount when applying to and attending our high school program.
HIGH SCHOOL WORK STUDY PROGRAM
High school students in good academic standing are expected to participate in the school's work study program, which allows students to contribute significantly to their tuition bill. If the work study expectations for the academic year and summer are met, a high school education at Camino de Paz will essentially be free to students and families.
For more information about admissions, please contact Patricia Pantano (PatriciaP@caminodepaz.net) for the middle school and Brady McCartney (BradyM@caminodepaz.net) for the high school.