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Before children are admitted to our school, we conduct a comprehensive interview to get to know both the children and their families better. For us, quality is more important than quantity.


Depending on the school places available, we give great importance to a balanced age mix and harmonious group dynamics. 


We reserve the right not to accept individual families and children if we feel that we cannot provide them with the best possible individual support.


How to apply

1. Initial inquiry

The first step to starting the process is to fill out our digital-first contact form, which you can find by clicking here. Please note that we require all the information requested on the form.

2. Introductory meeting with parents and child

Once we have received the initial contact form, we invite you to a personal meeting together with your child. This meeting gives us the opportunity to get to know each other, allowing us to learn more about you and your child, and to answer any questions you may have.

The school management and the team of teachers decide carefully upon the admission of each student. You will receive a notification with all further steps over the course of the days following the meeting.

3. Trial day

Your child is heartily invited to take part in school activities to gain an insight into our exciting school life. This trial day is organized together with other children to immerse yourself in the fascinating world of school life and get to know the way we work. We will find a special solution to ensure that your child is best prepared for the coming school year!

The number of school places may vary depending on the school level and is subject to availability. Pre-registrations are currently being accepted until the 2026/27 school year.

Children start school at the beginning of each school year in September. No children can be admitted during the school year.

Montessori experience
and entrants from
state schools 

Since learning at a Montessori school is very different compared to regular schools, we clarify these differences in personal conversations with the parents and with the child.


It is important to us that all parties involved know what to expect, if possible a silent observation can be agreed upon before the final decision is made.

For children starting at the 1st grade level, Montessori experience is an advantage and an important decision criterion for a school place, but not indispensable, as we consider the overall situation of each child and family. 

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