Thank you for your interest in Mountain View Montessori

Mountain View Montessori (MVM) is a free (no tuition) public K-7 charter school. All parents wishing to enroll new students in MVM must submit an online application if there are more applicants than spaces available.

The lottery was held on February 16th but we still have spots available so please enter their names and we’ll contact you with further enrollment instructions.

To schedule a tour or visit with the office staff, contact information is at the bottom of this page. Tours should be given before acceptance. Seats cannot be held for completed tours.

Why a lottery?

A lottery gives every student a fair and equal chance at being able to attend a Charter School.  If there are more students who would like to attend a charter school than there are available seats, a random lottery is conducted to determine the priority for enrollment.  If you have questions about the lottery or current enrollment availability, please contact the school.

What is Sibling Priority?

Sibling priority allows children in the same household to attend MVM together.  Siblings of admitted MVM Students have priority over other students on the waitlist.  Once one sibling is accepted into the school, then their siblings are moved to the Sibling Priority list and are offered a seat as soon as one becomes available.

Who do I contact about enrollment?

You can e-mail admissions@mvmutah.org with questions.  This e-mail is checked daily.  You can also call our Admissions office at 435-251-8539 ext 103 to answer your questions. For quicker responses, please email.

What forms do I need to fill out?

Instructions for online enrollment are automatically sent via email when your child has been accepted from the lottery and/or waitlist.

How can I set up a tour of the school?

Please see the “School Tour” page for details.

 


 

CARSON SMITH SPECIAL NEEDS SCHOLARSHIP

• School districts and charter schools are required by Utah law, 53A1a-704(10), to inform parents of students with IEPs (Individual Education Plan) enrolled in public schools, of the availability of a scholarship to attend a private school through the Carson Smith Scholarship Program.

• Visit the Carson Smith Scholarship website – Carson-Smith-Scholarship