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Each child comes into the world with a unique set of abilities and precious gifts, and a beautiful personality ready to unfold. Our most challenging and important task as adults is to create a safe and healthful environment that supports the developing potential of each individual.

Many people today realize that the way to build a healthy, happy and successful society is to meet the needs of the very young child in the most formative stages of development. We recognize the vital importance of parents and other adults in their daily interaction with young children and we support this great work.


It is our highest goal to prepare a loving, nurturing environment that honors this for each individual child.


Toddler (18 months - 3 years)


This environment is carefully prepared to foster the functional independence of toddlers, offering order, rich language of their immediate world, a positive toileting experience and constant opportunities to make decisions of their own, which helps them build a strong and confident self-image.

Your child would enjoy the new freedom of movement and utilize this opportunity to explore the space and the materials arranged on the shelves. They would gain new socializing skills and independence and develop their language skills through constant interaction with our teachers. They will be introduced to vast vocabulary using books, pictures, and interesting objects that are purposefully arranged in the classroom.


Primary (3 yrs - 6 yrs)


The design and flow of the Children’s House creates a learning environment that accommodates choice. There are well-defined spaces for each part of the curriculum, such as Language, Math, Sensorial, Practical Life, and Culture. Each of these areas feature shelves with a variety of inviting, concrete materials from which children can choose, providing abstraction and introduction of concepts that become increasingly complex. An important part of Montessori education is to help each child participate in the 3-year cycle. Children of different ages work together and enjoy mentoring each other. The curriculum is presented by ability, not age, and with each year, children build a foundation upon which future learning is structured. The preparedness of the guides allows children to learn at their own pace, using their senses to explore and discover the world.

Our daily work in the classroom is clearly defined by our challenging Montessori curriculum that is composed of Language, Mathematics, Practical Life, Sensorial, Cultural Studies (geography, history, botany, zoology, arts). All of these areas emphasize independence, concentration, coordination, order and a love of learning. Children of this class will begin to read, write and build a solid foundation in language and math skills. Your child will also have the opportunity to explore gardening and engage in physical activity with their friends.

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