A: Nido means nest or home in many languages. Nido de Montessori believes in creating space for children to feel at home in our nest of learning. Nido means belonging to a loving, engaged, diverse community of lifelong learners.

A: We offer a Toddler Program for children aged 18 months to 36 months, and a Primary Program for children aged 3 to 6 years old.

A: Yes! Parents are rebated a portion of their tuition monthly, based on the program their child is enrolled in.

A: Tour slots are available on a sign-up basis through www.nidodemontessori.com

A: Family Interviews are conducted three times per year in January, April and August

A: Nido only offers full-day programs.

A: Our programs run from 8:30am to 3:30pm, Monday to Friday.

A: Nido aligns the Richmond Public School System, and operates from September through to the end of June, inclusive of a two week Winter Break and two week Spring Break.

A: Both the Toddler and Primary Programs incur an annual tuition fee. The fee is then divided into 12 monthly installments.

A: Nido provides nutritious and delicious snacks for all students, and this is included in your tuition. We also offer the option of participating in our Hot Lunch Program, which is available on a monthly sign up basis. The Hot Lunch Program incurs an additional fee.

A: Yes, Nido holds Summer Camps throughout July and August. We offer half-day and full-day options, and both are available on a weekly sign-up basis. Please note, Summer Camps incur additional fees, based on your child’s attendance.

A: No. We reserve spaces in our program for full-time students.

A: Children between the ages of 3 and 6 years old are welcome to participate in the Afterschool Enrichment Program.