Dr. Nancy McCormick Rambusch Award
Up to four awards are given annually in honor of the late Dr. Nancy McCormick Rambusch (NMR), founder of the American Montessori Society and a colleague of Princeton Montessori School. She was a visionary scholar whose wisdom was monumental in the training of teachers.
The award is available to new students entering second through sixth grade. Award recipients must demonstrate high achievement in their academic and social development. The NMR Award will be granted annually through eighth grade provided the student continues to demonstrate significant academic and social progress.
NMR Application Process:
- Contact Kathy Marmion, Director of Advancement, to discuss your interest at 609-924-4594 or email@example.com.
- Schedule a tour of the school.
- Complete our online school application form.
- Sign and submit the information release form for records and recommendation requests.
- Request a letter of recommendation from your child’s current teacher describing his/her academic and social development and a current transcript from your child’s school. Both should be mailed, emailed, or faxed directly to Princeton Montessori School, Attn: Kathy Marmion.
- Submit results of a standardized test score taken within the last year.
- Schedule a classroom visit for your child.
- Complete the on-line TADS financial information.
Applicants who apply before February 15 will be notified with a decision on March 9th; if the application is received after this date, and if an Award is still available, notification of the decision will be given within two weeks of the completion of the admission process.
Non-discriminatory statement: Princeton Montessori School admits students of any race, color, nationality, or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, and other school-administered programs.