The Value of a Montessori Education

Brush Creek Montessori School is a not-for-profit private school committed to the social, emotional, physical, and intellectual development of the children in our care, and to accessible tuition costs. 

BCMS is an American Montessori Society member school. By enrolling at BCMS you are receiving the depth of our 40-year presence in Sonoma County, and of over 100 years of Montessori philosophy and its demonstrated excellence.

Toddler (Ages 18months-3 years) Tuition:

5 Half Days -  Please inquire (tuition rates being updated)

5 Full Days - Please inquire (tuition rates being updated)

Primary (Ages 3 -6 years)

5 Half Days - Please inquire (tuition rates being updated)

5 Full Days -Please inquire (tuition rates being updated)

3  and 4 consecutive day options are also available for our Toddler program, and 4 consecutive day options are available for our Primary program - please inquire.

Elementary Tuition (Ages 6-12):

Please inquire (tuition rates being updated)

Tuition Details:

  • Tuition is paid monthly over 10 months, and to reserve your child’s place we require prepayment of your June tuition.  A 3% discount is applied for paying a full year's tuition before September 1st of the academic year.
  • We charge a one-time Registration Fee, a yearly Materials Fee, and have a Community Service requirement that can be fulfilled through either volunteer service or a monetary contribution.
  • For more detailed information about our tuition and fees, as well as childcare before and after school,  please contact the office


BCMS, in line with American Montessori Society guidelines, sets aside a portion of yearly tuition for scholarships and financial assistance. Financial Need Scholarships (FNS) are offered to families in the spring of each year for the next school year. FNS are available only for students who enroll full-time.  Families wishing to apply for a FNS can apply online through the independent agency Private School Aide Service (PSAS). All applications must be completed and received by the yearly deadline to be eligible. You will need a School Authorization Code to complete the application. Please consult the office for this code.

Eligibility is evaluated by PSAS and families in financial need will be ranked anonymously in order of need, from greatest to least. The anonymous applications are submitted to the BCMS Board of Directors Scholarship Committee, which is comprised of two Board Members, for review. Scholarship monies are awarded to all families that qualify, based upon degree of need. For more information about scholarships, please consult the BCMS Community Handbook or visit PSAS online.

In addition, interested families can apply to The Basic Fund, an independent foundation that provides K-8 tuition assistance to low-income families. We'd love for this to work for you!