- Ages 18 months to 3 years
- Half and full day options
- 4 and 5 day options
- Will work with parents to potty-train child
- Open registration throughout the year
Ever wondered why we teach writing letters first, and then reading? Here is why.. something that Dr. Maria Montessori found years ago.. A study out of Johns Hopkins University has shown that writing letters by hand when learning languages proves to be more effective than learning language through typing or watching videos, for example. […]READ MORE
The Montessori method does not espouse any specific religious beliefs. See Miriam Cotek in her recent post. That being said, as Maria Montessori stated, “The consciousness of knowing how to make oneself useful, how to help mankind in many ways, fills the soul with noble confidence, almost religious dignity.” Based on education that follows […]READ MORE
While our students are back in the classrooms, bringing the essence of the Montessori method home after school is a great way to instill the consistency of daily routines in our children. Allowing Montessori to be a lifestyle outside of class can help children to increase their growth within the classroom. “Help me do it […]READ MORE
The best way to learn about Montessori is to come spend some time at the school. We offer a flexible tour schedule where you will get a chance to visit each classroom and level.
Seeing the children work in their environments is priceless! The Montessori environment is alive with movement and filled with materials that are appealing and designed to meet the developmental needs of each child. Come and see for yourself!