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This is the Montessori Program...

We are... 

  • Grounded in the Montessori approach to educating young children when designing the learning environments and curriculum materials

  • Building self-discipline, self-knowledge, independence, academic skills, problem solving abilities and an enthusiasm for learning 

  • Fostering the importance of supportive, collaborative and trusting relationships between children, parents and teachers

Primary (Age 3 - 5)

Children in the Montessori Primary program are budding explorers eager to try new things. The program is designed to nurture your child’s development. Your child will emerge with a set of skills – social, emotional, and academic. During these formative years, the social, physical, and intellectual functioning of the child is unified.


The most important role of the Primary program is to provide children with an early and general foundation that includes: a positive attitude towards school, inner security and self-direction, a sense of order, and strong problem-solving skills. This foundation enables them to acquire more specialized knowledge and skills throughout

their school career.

3 Key Facts About Montessori


Mixed Class Groups
(Ages 3 - 9)

In the Montessori classroom, there is a three year mixed age grouping. The mixed age grouping promotes independence in younger children and leadership skills in older children. The younger students are intrigued by their older classmates and seek their guidance and support throughout the day. The older children then serve as mentors

and role models both socially

and academically.


The curriculum is highly individualized and independence is encouraged in the classroom.

Each lesson is presented based on the child’s unique potential and current level of development. Children are taught how to care for their own needs and provided with opportunities to improve through practice. The Montessori classroom is uniquely structured to provide constant exposure to

exercise self-efficacy.

Hands-on & Self-directed Learning

We are strong believers in the power of hands-on materials to facilitate self-directed learning. The Montessori curriculum is designed to engage the child’s whole being. Based on the belief that the child learns by doing, the brain is actively forming connections based on first-hand experiences

and initiative.

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