After School & Summer



The Montessori School of San Antonio offers a wide variety of after-school activities. In recent years these have included art, chess, cross stitch, drama, Lego robotics, martial arts, origami, science, Spanish, and violin. The school also hosts seasonal one-day arts and crafts classes. All activities and courses are taught by accomplished instructors selected from within and outside of The Montessori School of San Antonio community.



The Montessori school’s Childcare program environment reflects the Montessori approach and sense of order. Activities include grace and courtesy, food preparation, arts and crafts, blocks, puzzles and manipulatives, games, books, music. The day is scheduled with active and quiet times of play, indoors and outdoors. Children are placed in multi-age groups coinciding with the Montessori environment.



$5.50 per hour or any portion thereof


Before School Care:

7:00 a.m. to 7:50 a.m. $7.00 per day


After School Care:

11:45 am – 6:00 p.m.

Primary Half-Day Students after 11:45 a.m. until 3:15 p.m. $25.00 per day

after 3:15 p.m. $40.00 per day

All other students after 3:15 p.m. $20.00 per day


Late Pick Up Fee – after 6:00 p.m.

$25 during the first fifteen minute increment plus $3.00 per minute thereafter

Summer Camp


Summer Camp 2021 is coming soon! Details on the program and how to register will be shared mid-spring.  


MSSA’s full-day summer camp is available to the public as well as to our MSSA community.

Children ages 4 – 14 may enroll (3 yr olds accepted if current MSSA student).

Camp MSSA in the summer offers a broad range of athletics and fitness opportunities.

Children should bring their own healthy, balanced lunch.

Snacks will be provided.
Childcare before or after summer camp is not available at this time.

“The warm campus and nurturing environment drew us in initially – along with the Montessori philosophy. We stay because we have watched our children enthusiastically thrive and excel in so many ways. MSSA gives children the freedom to discover that learning can be joyful.”