Admission to the Elementary Course
The Elementary Course is open to:
- Candidates with a Bachelor's Degree and an A.M.I. Primary Diploma*
- Candidates with a Bachelor's Degree but not an A.M.I. Primary Diploma who have satisfactorily completed the Foundation Course.*
(*Exceptions made at the discretion of the Training Center.)
During the initial part of the application procedure, the prospective student needs to submit the application form provided on this website and follow the included instructions.
When all application components have been received, a personal interview is generally required. Phone interviews can be scheduled for those who do not reside locally.
The Montessori Institute of Milwaukee, Inc., does not discriminate with respect to its faculty, staff students, employees or any other relationship within the corporation on the basis of race, color, sex, handicap, religion or national or ethnic origin.
The Foundation Course
The Foundation Course is an intensive course held during the Summer. It is designed to give comprehensive knowledge of the Primary Montessori Curriculum which forms the basis of and relates to the work of the Elementary Course. It is a prerequisite for applicants who do not hold an A.M.I. Primary Diploma. Click here for dates.
Graduate Programs: M.Ed (Primary and Elementary) and C.A.S in Montessori Education
Loyola University Maryland offers the M.Ed. degree in Montessori Education
and the Certificate of Advanced Study in Education (C.A.S.)
, in affiliation with the Montessori Institute of Milwaukee.
Students must apply to both the Montessori Institute of Milwaukee and Loyola University Maryland. If admitted into Loyola’s graduate program, enrolled students earn credit for courses they are taking at the Montessori Institute of Milwaukee and complete the degree requirements with coursework taken at residence ay Loyola.
Application Deadlines for Loyola University Maryland
For the Milwaukee Institute of Milwaukee courses that begin in summer, priority application deadline for Loyola is May 15.
For Montessori Institute of Milwaukee courses that follow the academic year format and begin in September, priority deadline for Loyola is August 15. The deadline for International students is May 1.
Come visit the training center for an Information Session about our
upcoming course to become a Montessori elementary teacher.
Tuesday, May 28th at 5:30 p.m.
Meet members of the staff and graduates of the program. Learn about the
M.Ed. option, and financial aid possibilities.
Milwaukee has the largest public Montessori program in the country!
Teachers are needed. Every journey begins with a single step. Take the
Reservations are recommended.
Please call or email Sarah
Tel: (414) 481-5050
The Montessori Institute of Milwaukee, Inc., does not discriminate with respect to its faculty, staff, students, employees or any other relationship within the corporation on the basis of race, color, sex, handicap, religion or national or ethnic origin.