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Virtual Admissions

Inly is Here For You!

Although we would much rather meet you in person, we are happy to welcome you to our Virtual Admissions page and look forward to meeting you on your very own VIRTUAL VISIT!

Get started now by clicking the green button to fill out our inquiry form.

Here are ways we can connect:

Phone — Call 920-659-5765 to reach Courtney Russillo, Director of Admission and Enrollment Management, on her Google Voice line.

Email — Email Courtney Russillo, Director of Admission and Enrollment Management, anytime at crussillo@inlyschool.org.

Face to Face — Right now more than ever we’re excited to see your face! With just a laptop, tablet, or smartphone, we can use FaceTime or Zoom to hold our virtual visit. Email or call the contact above to learn more about how this works.

Virtual Tour — Yes, really! You can “visit” our entire campus virtually and see what our spaces look like. No imagination necessary. Check it out here.

Website — While there’s nothing like walking through the brightly lit hallways and seeing our classrooms full of focused and joyful students fully engaged in their learning, our website showcases individual pages geared toward each of our academic and co-curricular programs. Take a read, click the links, watch the videos — there’s so much to see!

12-Month Year-Round Optional Enrollment for Toddler-Kindergarten!

Click here or call the Admission Office to learn more about our 12-month, year round enrollment option for Toddlers through Kindergarteners.

We are currently accepting applications for the 2020-21 school year.
Ready to dig deeper?
It’s never too late to start your journey with Inly. Call anytime to see if we have any openings or a wait pool at a particular level. 

List of 3 frequently asked questions.

  • Q. What's the best age to start at Inly?

    Educators agree that the best time to enter a Montessori program is at the Toddler or Children’s House (preschool) level. Dr. Montessori called the first six years (ages 0–6) a "highly sensitive" period of learning—and the most important years of a student's life. Children who enter Inly by preschool and stay through grade 8 reap the greatest educational benefits.
  • Q. Do you have openings in the older grades?

    Occasionally, but there are fewer and fewer openings as students move up through the levels. Contact our Admissions Office to inquire about current openings.
  • Q. What type of student does well at Inly?

    Young children who are curious, inquisitive and engaged; kind, respectful and empathetic; and responsive to adult redirection are good candidates for Inly. In older children, we look for the same qualities, plus high academic motivation, a track record of interest and engagement, willingness to take on new challenges, and the desire to work independently with teacher support.

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  • Photo of Courtney Russillo

    Courtney Russillo 

    Director of Admission and Enrollment Management

Inly School

46 Watch Hill Drive | Scituate, MA 02066
Tel: 781-545-5544 | Fax: 781-545-6522
Welcome to Inly, a private, independent Montessori school with innovative programs that inspire toddlers, preschool and K-8 students to become independent, lifelong learners. Our inviting community draws students from 20 towns on the South Shore of Boston,
including Scituate, Cohasset, Hingham, Norwell, Hanover, Marshfield, Pembroke, Plymouth and Hull.
Inly School admits students of any race, color, religious affiliation, national and ethnic origin, and without regard to disability, to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at our school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious affiliation, national and ethnic origin, or disability in the administration of our educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic or other school administered programs.