Thank you for visiting Orlando Montessori Bilingual Academy! We are aware of what a responsibility it is to choose your child’s educational setting and want to make this process as simple as possible. Our school offers the advantage of a dual language curriculum alongside the Montessori Method in order to bring your child the best possible scenario to ensure his/her success in the future.

  • Prospective students and their parents are invited to visit the campus for a tour. Tours can be scheduled by calling 407-482-2370 or by clicking here to register
  • Families that find OMBA a great fit are then encouraged to submit an application along with the application fee
  • Upon acceptance and admission, a registration fee will be required along with:
    • Florida Immunization form (blue)
    • Florida Physical Examination form (yellow)
    • Copy of student birth certificate

After the admissions process, parents are encouraged to visit Sunshine School Uniforms located at 617 North Primrose Dr., Orlando, FL 32803 or call (407) 896-9179 for more information.

Financial Assistance

VPK

A constitutional amendment passed by Florida’s voters in Nov. 2002 required a voluntary pre-kindergarten (VPK) program for all four-year-old children by fall 2005. House Bill 1-A was signed into law by Governor Bush on January 2, 2005, creating a program designed to prepare four-year-olds for kindergarten and build the foundation for their educational success. The program allows a parent to enroll his or her eligible child (four years old by September 1 and residing in Florida) in a VPK program. The VPK program is FREE for eligible children; regardless of family income. The program is voluntary for children and providers.

To sign up your child for the VPK program contact the VPK Enrollment Specialist in your area.
Orange County
(407)532-4254
Osceola County
(407)846-5311
Seminole County
(321)832-6407

Want to learn more about the program? Visit Florida’s Office of Early Learning for more information.

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4C

(Community Coordinated Care for Children)

Florida’s Office of Early Learning serves in a role to help facilitate communications among the coalitions and is assisting in the development of the Early Learning Coalitions Statewide Network. Any questions regarding the network or school readiness initiatives should be addressed to: The Office of Early Learning at 1-866-357-3239 or by visiting their website at floridaearlylearning.com.

Step Up for Students

(Kindergarten — 6th grade)
To learn if you are qualified for a scholarship, please go to stepupforstudents.org or call 877-7FL-SUFS.