A School In Your Community
We are the only non-sectarian private school in the area. We offer cultural diversity in that our student body hails from a variety of ethnic and religious backgrounds. We offer financial aid, busing, non-traditional teaching methods, an on-site library, multi-age classrooms, independent learning activities, and acceleration levels. Life skills are also a part of our teaching curriculum. Our middle school curriculum prepares students for advanced placement, accelerated courses, and entry into the area’s best high schools, college preparatory schools, and academies.
Cultural Activities are a specific extension of the language curriculum where children begin to acquire a sense of historical fact, classification of physical geography and an appreciation of cultural differences.
Practical Life is the study of self-help skills and focuses on the four major areas, Care of Self, Care of Environment, Grace and Courtesy, and Movement.
Sensorial uses a multi-sensory approach to education. Children are encouraged to learn by processing information gathered through the senses.
Math continues the cognitive math development that began in the Practical Life Skills and Sensorial curriculum, taking an acute focus and more abstract thinking process with concrete materials.
What Makes Us Special?
Our students have the opportunity to find out just who they are, on their own timetable, in a child-centered environment where their individuality is cherished.
A warm and nurturing environment with a professional and well-trained, experienced faculty.
An innovative learning environment that fosters deeper thought and stimulates questioning and student-led research.
Opportunities for parent involvement in the school’s culture.
Natural Play Areas
Natural play areas and gardens that the children assist in caring for, promoting responsibility and independence.
Love & Care
Home-like learning environments that the children assist in caring for, promoting responsibility and independence.
Montessori Academy, guided by the philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori, immerses students in a diverse community that values creativity and nurtures each student’s social, emotional, and academic growth.
The process begins with your school tour to visit our school. Following your tour and meeting at our school, we invite you to observe one of our classrooms for 30 minutes to see how our certified Montessori instructors interact with our students. You’ll notice how well the children interact and self-direct their activities, sharing with others and learning at their own pace.
“The school is truly a community. It really feels like a large extended family. I love the staff and the atmosphere as well as the fact that my older son was able to work to his own pace and level, resulting in him far exceeding traditional kindergarten materials during his kindergarten year. Academically, he is more than ready for first grade.”
“My oldest daughter began at the school when she was just over 2 years old. She is now entering second grade, and our twin daughters are entering their second year of Children’s House. We are continually impressed with the staff, parent organization, events, and community of the school. Our girls love going to school each day and cherish the relationships they have built.”