Available Montessori Programs
Our unique, open environment emphasizes your child’s natural interests and allows them to set their own developmental pace. The practical application of sensory-based and self-directed learning is the most important thread across our programs. Each program builds on the one before it, providing challenges appropriate to both age and skill levels.
Children will use their senses to learn about and make sense of their world.
We allow them the freedom to learn as much as they can, as quickly as possible.
Our toddler educators give your toddler responsive, individualized attention to help build their skills. Activities range from the simple to the complex, with work areas arranged by subject. Montessori materials not typically found at other schools are used, as children choose activities based on their own interests.
We focus on sensory and perception; self-help; language; physical and motor skills; social and emotional growth.
Learn more about our Toddler program and curriculum.
At this age, children see things that adults find ordinary as interesting and special.
The beginning of control and coordination of mind and body starts here.
Learning revolves around tangible experiences. Practical life exercises like sorting, pouring, or washing dishes are introduced. Children also use concrete materials such as movable alphabets, cubes, cylinders, and other objects to learn. They learn to work together, with each others’ best interests in mind.
This broad-based program allows children to explore a range of subjects and ideas: science and nature; music and movement; sensorial experiences; cooking and nutrition; cultural awareness; history; geography; language arts; and mathematics.
Learn more about our Primary program and curriculum.
At this stage, children are ready to learn abstract principles.
They will work at their own pace in a non-competitive environment.
This enables children to gain an understanding of themselves and develop a sensitivity to others. Children may work alone or in groups, in an atmosphere of courtesy and respect. In group settings, older children will often share their knowledge and get younger children excited about learning.
In the Elementary program, we combine physical and emotional development with several academic disciplines, including language arts, mathematics, social studies, science, foreign language, art, and music.
Learn more about our Elementary program and curriculum.