Admissions

Welcome to Hilltop Montessori School. Every year we look forward to the prospect of new families joining Hilltop Montessori School as the school comes to life through our students, staff, and families. We believe, in choosing Hilltop and a Montessori education, students are provided with the critical thinking and problem-solving skills, confidence, and self-awareness essential for success in our rapidly changing world.


Our Admissions office is open by phone or email!
We may be reached by email at [email protected]
or you may call the Admission Office at the school and we can talk directly about the school. We look forward to responding and answering your questions.

As with most schools, our school is planning for the year ahead with all the safety guidelines in place. You may click here to read about the Re-entry plans. We continue to accept applications online for this coming fall, 2020 here.

Be well and feel free to connect and learn more about our school.

children's house mixed ages

Whether exploring your child’s first step into school or thinking about new options for an older student, we invite you to explore the information here on our website, request a brochure/admissions packet, schedule a personal visit and tour and/or join us for an open house. The admissions process is designed to give you and your child every opportunity to experience our school and come to know what this education looks, and feels like. We look forward to getting to know you and your family.

We have five programs for different age groups:

We also offer before and after care programs, after school enrichment/ sports programs and five weeks of Summer Camps.

Call to schedule a tour and observation of the classrooms, offered on Tuesdays, at 10 am, with our Head of School, Tamara Mount and Admission Director, Lauren Campbell, at 802-257-0500 x 101.

Thank you for considering Hilltop Montessori School.

Hilltop Montessori School does not discriminate on the basis race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability in the administration of its educational policies, admissions, scholarships and other school programs. The school affords each of its students its full range of social, academic, and athletic opportunities.

“This school experience that you have provided for my sons has opened up a whole, new way of looking at their world. It is thrilling to be a part of this community that respects children for who they are and provides such relevant and creative academic challenges.”
— parent of middle school students
The Toddler Program
Ages 18–36 months
Children’s House
Ages 3–6
Lower Elementary
Ages 6–9
Upper Elementary
Ages 9–12
Middle School
Ages 12 –14