Toddlers

Toddlers : 18 to 36 Months

Children in our toddler environment explore a range of activities designed to help them develop independence, language, control of movement, and much more. The children become proficient with potty training, social interactions, language development, and practical life activities such as pouring, managing clothing, and preparing snacks. Children transition to one of our Primary (3-6 years old) classrooms as their independence develops.


Preschool and full day Kindergarten

Preschool and full day Kindergarten : 3 - 6 Years

Preschool:The Montessori Primary program offers a unique, mixed-age classroom environment for children approximately 3 to 5 years old. Here, children engage in individual learning experiences, as well as one-on-one interactions, which are integral to the Montessori Method.
As children get older, they tend to see things that adults find ordinary as very interesting and special. Practical life exercises like sorting, pouring or washing dishes absorb them completely.
We recognize this as the beginning of control and coordination of mind and body. That’s why Montessori learning revolves around tangible, hands-on experiences.

Kindergarten: Kindergarten is a special time in a child’s Montessori journey. After two full years in the Primary classroom, the Montessori environment is familiar for these five-year-olds. They know the daily routines inside and out; their teachers know them well and are able to work with their strengths and encourage them to tackle challenges. They are fully aware of being the oldest students in the classroom having lived through two years of transitions starting when they were three. During their year in the Kindergarten classroom, you will notice the phenomenon Maria Montessori called “explosion into learning.” Students experience mastery and control over skills and concepts they’ve practiced during their two years in the Primary classroom. This mastery, along with their position as the oldest students, solidifies their self-esteem and develops leadership skills.


Elementary from grades 1st - 6th

Elementary (Grades 1 - 6) : 6 -12 Years

The elementary Montessori curriculum is designed to meet the needs of students between the ages of six and twelve. Elementary students have an increasing ability to think abstractly and use their imagination to solve problems. While the curriculum builds upon the student’s early childhood classroom practices, it expands to include experiences, opportunities and instructions that are appropriate for the student’s developing minds. The Montessori method provides a more structured approach that helps to facilitate a successful transition to elementary school. Elementary curriculum is carefully developed to guide children through identifying, classifying, and researching all of the concepts in each chosen field of study. The core areas of language, math, geometry, botany, zoology, geography and history are represented in the classroom, materials that lead the child to abstraction of the fundamental concepts of each area.
Students work in an environment that is beneficial to learning courtesy, tolerance and respect for others. They are taught to make decisions, use their time wisely and see mistakes as an opportunity to learn. Teamwork and sharing knowledge through research are essential learning practices. All these tools will help them to learn the life skills that promote confidence.


Enrichment Programs
  • Art
  • Ballet/tap
  • Piano
  • Martial Arts (Taekwondo)
  • Yoga for Kids
  • STEM & Technology
  • PE
  • Dance
  • Soccer

Toddlers : 18 to 36 Months

Children in our toddler environment explore a range of activities designed to help them develop independence, language, control of movement, and much more. The children become proficient with potty training, social interactions, language development, and practical life activities such as pouring, managing clothing, and preparing snacks. Children transition to one of our Primary (3-6 years old) classrooms as their independence develops.


Preschool and full day Kindergarten : 3 - 6 Years

Preschool:The Montessori Primary program offers a unique, mixed-age classroom environment for children approximately 3 to 5 years old. Here, children engage in individual learning experiences, as well as one-on-one interactions, which are integral to the Montessori Method.
As children get older, they tend to see things that adults find ordinary as very interesting and special. Practical life exercises like sorting, pouring or washing dishes absorb them completely.
We recognize this as the beginning of control and coordination of mind and body. That’s why Montessori learning revolves around tangible, hands-on experiences.

Kindergarten: Kindergarten is a special time in a child’s Montessori journey. After two full years in the Primary classroom, the Montessori environment is familiar for these five-year-olds. They know the daily routines inside and out; their teachers know them well and are able to work with their strengths and encourage them to tackle challenges. They are fully aware of being the oldest students in the classroom having lived through two years of transitions starting when they were three. During their year in the Kindergarten classroom, you will notice the phenomenon Maria Montessori called “explosion into learning.” Students experience mastery and control over skills and concepts they’ve practiced during their two years in the Primary classroom. This mastery, along with their position as the oldest students, solidifies their self-esteem and develops leadership skills.


Elementary (Grades 1 - 6) : 6 -12 Years

The elementary Montessori curriculum is designed to meet the needs of students between the ages of six and twelve. Elementary students have an increasing ability to think abstractly and use their imagination to solve problems. While the curriculum builds upon the student’s early childhood classroom practices, it expands to include experiences, opportunities and instructions that are appropriate for the student’s developing minds. The Montessori method provides a more structured approach that helps to facilitate a successful transition to elementary school. Elementary curriculum is carefully developed to guide children through identifying, classifying, and researching all of the concepts in each chosen field of study. The core areas of language, math, geometry, botany, zoology, geography and history are represented in the classroom, materials that lead the child to abstraction of the fundamental concepts of each area.
Students work in an environment that is beneficial to learning courtesy, tolerance and respect for others. They are taught to make decisions, use their time wisely and see mistakes as an opportunity to learn. Teamwork and sharing knowledge through research are essential learning practices. All these tools will help them to learn the life skills that promote confidence.


Enrichment Programs

  • Art
  • Ballet/tap
  • Piano
  • Martial Arts (Taekwondo)
  • Yoga for Kids
  • STEM & Technology
  • PE
  • Dance
  • Soccer