Enrolling in MES


Our Enrollment Process

Here are the steps in our enrollment process:

  1. Schedule a Tour of the School
  2. Fill Out and Submit Your Application
  3. Begin Your Montessori Journey

A limited amount of Financial Aid is available and the application deadline is April 30th. Please contact the office for additional details.

Montessori Episcopal School (MES) admits students of any race, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. MES does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid program and other school-administered programs.

Come Experience The MES Difference!

For admission, we must have the following documents on file:

  • Enrollment agreement for the current year, signed by both parents/guardians, if applicable.
  • Emergency Information Cards with current information (including cell phone numbers).
  • Signed acceptance of School Policy Handbook.
  • Student Health Record accompanied by all the immunization records.
  • Current Vision/Hearing screening Records (age 4 and older).
  • Any special instruction/testing records regarding behavioral, medical (including allergies) or nutritional concerns.

Program Options

We offer a variety of programs to meet your family’s needs.

Multiple Programs

We have three Montessori educational programs available for Toddlers – Kindergartners.

Flexible Schedules

Full and part-time programs available, including 2, 3 and 5 days per week classes.

Extended Day

Before and After School Care, Holiday Care and Summer Education Programs are available.

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Montessori Episcopal School is the only Christian Montessori school in Denton county.

We have been serving Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village toddlers through kindergartners for the past 50+ years.


Montessori Episcopal School turns preschoolers into independent creative thinkers. Our programs have:

  • Individualized instruction on each child
  • Weekly Library, Art, PE, Music, and Spanish
  • Biblical training through weekly chapel


  • A focus on whole-child learning, including physical, education and spiritual development
  • A natural, maker-space playground and garden
  • Passionate, long-tenured teachers
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