This recognition from AMI/USA represents not only the quality of school but also the authenticity of our Montessori education.
The classroom is a prepared environment, carefully maintained with lessons and activities designed to stimulate the child in a constructive manner.
A consistent schedule is maintained throughout the toddlers’ day, and limits within the classroom help the children to respect each other, the environment, and themselves.
The Primary Program is open to children ages 3 to 6 years and consists of an integrated secular and the curriculum based on Dr. Maria Montessori’s proven philosophy and principles. Each child is guided by certified professionals in a self-directed learning environment that fosters independence, responsibility, respect for others, and a love of learning.
The Third Year in a Primary Classroom can be seen as one of the most important periods of your child’s Montessori Experience. This “Third Year” is the Montessori equivalent of “Kindergarten”, but due to the very hands-on materials that are found in this rich environment, the curriculum in a Primary Classroom actually goes far beyond the “Kindergarten” level.