The Montessori Program is comprised of three developmental levels: Primary,  Lower Elementary, and Upper Elementary.

Primary
Ages 3 –6
The classroom is a thriving community where children are treated with respect and dignity and want to treat others in the same way.

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Lower Elementary
Ages 6 – 9
In an exciting research style of learning, elementary children work in small groups or individually on a variety of projects, which spark the imagination and engage the intellect.

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Upper Elementary
Ages 9 – 12
Multi-age grouping provides for broad social development. The appetite of children at this age, to understand the universe and their place in it, directs the elementary work toward all aspects of the universe and beyond.

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Who was Dr. Maria Montessori?
Montessori education as a philosophy began in 1907 with Dr. Maria Montessori’s founding of the Casa de Bambini in Rome. It is now offered in both private and public schools around the world. Learn more about the woman who started it all.

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The Montessori Method
A Montessori education is characterized by an emphasis on independence, freedom within limits, and respect for a child's psychological, physical, and social development.

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Parent Resources
Websites, links, and other resources for parents who want to learn more about the Montessori Method.

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