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Elective programs allow Montessori students to learn by exploring creative outlets that will help them advance in the future—while giving your family more free time on evenings and weekends.
We offer Spanish, art, dance, karate and music.
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Years Experience: 26
I really love working with such a great group of professional teachers that are so committed and dedicated to teaching and caring for our students. I truly enjoy seeing our students excited to learn and so happy to be in school. It’s a pleasure to come to work every day!
Years Experience: 24
Certifications: Pan American Montessori Society
I enjoy working at a Montessori school because the child’s individual development and progress is of greater importance than teaching a standardized curriculum. It gives me great pleasure to witness the ongoing development of skills and knowledge along with the cultivation of a natural desire for learning.
Years Experience: 28
Certifications: Montessori Institute of America
I chose Montessori for two of my children because of its emphasis on developing the whole child. My favorite area to teach is the Montessori primary math curriculum. It gives an excellent foundation in concrete math skills and flows naturally into the abstract. After all of these years, I am still convinced the benefits of Montessori last a lifetime and prepare a child academically as well as emotionally and spiritually.
Years Experience: 27
Certifications: St. Nicholas Montessori, Pan American Montessori and member of American Montessori Society
My favorite part of being a Montessori educator is watching my students become independent and sharing in their excitement as they make new discoveries. As a musician, I enjoy singing with my students while playing instruments. I’m also a member of the Southern Order of Storytellers and love reading books and telling stories in my classroom.
Years Experience: 20
Certifications: American Montessori Society
I began my association with Montessori as an assistant to the classroom directress. I had such an admiration for the results achieved by young children that I became a directress myself. For me, watching the children in my care grow and evolve with a solid educational foundation brings me the greatest joy and satisfaction.