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Welcome to Preston Ridge Montessori School! We are located in Alpharetta, GA, convenient to GA 400. We are a community of loving families and dedicated educators, all invested in providing the best Montessori education as well as top-notch child care/daycare.
Preston Ridge offers a beautiful Pre-Primary environment for children from 18 months to age three plus - toilet training is provided, not required. Our fully equipped primary classrooms serve children through their Kindergarten year; all classrooms are led by certified Montessori Guides with full-time assistants. My teachers and I have over 118 years of combined experience in Montessori education. In addition to our Montessori curriculum, we offer music class with a music teacher and Spanish with a native speaker. A nutritious hot lunch is prepared onsite and served daily.
Our After-School program may offer soccer, playball, art, ballet and tumble time. The children in After-School are encouraged to enjoy outside play as weather permits in our beautiful outside learning environment that includes a music area, a soccer area, mud kitchens, water tables and gardens.
We are accredited by the Georgia Accrediting Commission and participate in the Georgia Student Scholarship Program. Our school hosts several family events throughout the year and strongly encourages parent involvement.
We're pleased to offer our families access to Montessori Compass. This online resource enables parents to receive updates about their child's school experiences and communicate with their teacher.
We invite you to schedule a tour so that you can see for yourself all the things that make Preston Ridge Montessori School unique.
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:
Education: B.A. in Psychology from Georgia State University
I have worked at Preston Ridge Montessori for the past five years. I am very passionate about working with children. Every child is different, and part of what I love about my job is that I get to help each one discover their own strengths and talents and nurture those traits through my educational approach.
I am a Florida State University graduate who began working in child care in 1984. I began working in Montessori schools in 2014 and have three adult children. I am enthusiastic about having the opportunity to make a difference in young lives and influence future generations.