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What’s Impressed You Most About Montessori Unlimited?

When making a decision as important as choosing a true, individualized Montessori experience for your child, a recommendation from another family can make all the difference. Hear firsthand what real families have to say about their experience at Montessori Unlimited.

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August 3 2012
By: Scotslass

“Cinco Ranch Montessori in Katy is the most incredible place. My daughter has been enrolled since Oct 2011 and enjoys CRM more each day. The school has such a positive and vibrant atmosphere, the teachers are beyond compare and they truly "get" my...”

April 30 2013
By: Andrewmomandfan

“My son has been attending Atascocita Montessori for 4 months and has learned a great deal in a short period of time. It took him a month and a half to totally adjust and I had thoughts of sending him back to the home daycare, but we stuck it out...”

November 9 2012
By: Kate

“More than one experience, it's a melting pot of wonderful experiences. When we toured the school and watched a 3 year old serve the other children at snack time with tongs. At student for a day, I got to sit with my 4 year old and do the binomial...”

November 8 2012
By: April30

“We have been at Montessori Unlimited for about 7 months and the experience for us and our daughter has been nothing short of amazing. I had started my daughter in a traditional day care center in hopes that she would bud and thrive, that however...”

August 31 2012
By: Steph01

“We started our daughter in Montessori at the age of 3. She had never been away from home before that time, so we were a little nervous. However, it was the best decision we could have made for her. Within a month of being in Montessori, she was...”

August 1 2012
By: KatyFam

“In 2008, we were relocating to the Katy area and wanted to be confident that our children?s experience in early learning was safe and effectual. We decided to tour numerous schools and daycares in the area to insure that we were making the right...”

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