Tuition & Fees

Programs and Fees

List of 6 items.

  • Tots (18 months-3 years) Half Day

    2021-2022 Annual Tuition: $12,300
  • Tots (18 months-3 years) School Day

    2021-2022 Annual Tuition: $13,500
  • Primary (3-6 years) Half Day

    2021-2022 Annual Tuition: $11,960
  • Primary (3-6 years) School Day

    2021-2022 Annual Tuition: $13,000
  • Fees

    2021-2022 Fees
    Non-refundable New Student Enrollment Fee: $600
    Non-refundable Re-Enrollment Fee: $550
    Materials Fee: $300 
    Brightwheel Fees
    ACH Transaction Fee $0.60
    Credit Card Transaction Fee 2.9%
    Late Payment Fee (after the 5 th of the month) $50
  • Early Arrival and After School Programs

    Early Arrival Program (7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.): $600 
    EAP Daily Drop-In Rate (space permitting): $35 
    After School Program (2:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m): $4,000
    ASP Daily Drop-In Rate (space permitting): $35 
    Late Pick-up from After School Fee: $35 plus $1 each minute after 5:00 p.m.

Summer Camp

Athena provides an optional summer camp for current Athena students and alumni through 3rd grade. Tuition for summer camp is due May 1 .

Payment Details

All tuition amounts and program fees are annual amounts that can be paid in one lump sum due July 1st ; semi-annually due July 1st and Decemberst 1st ; or in ten equal installments due on the 1st of each month beginning July 1st with the finalth payment due on April 1 . There is no discount for the first two payment options.

Tuition is considered late after the 5th of each month, and late payments will incur a late fee. Tuition includes holidays, staff development days, and any months when there is not instruction for the full month. Rates are subject to annual increases to account for cost of living adjustments, staff raises, and program improvements.

Athena Montessori Academy

1503 Morgan Lane Austin, TX 78704
Parking Lot:
1400 West Ben White BLVD Austin, TX 78704
Tel: (512) 494-6237
Fax: (512) 693-0065
“I couldn’t have asked for a better start to my son’s education. The loving guides at Athena taught him so much more than reading and writing– he’s learned how to take care of himself and those around him while navigating the social community of his classroom. I feel these life skills will serve him well as he graduates and enters first grade in the fall!”
- Rebecca O’Hara (Child now attending Eanes Elementary)