Montessori is a unique and innovative learning community based on the highly successful theories and principles of Maria Montessori. The primary focus of a Montessori program is to successfully prepare children to live in a multicultural society by offering all students quality instruction. Multi-aged, heterogeneous grouping of students (K, 1/2/3, 4/5, and 6/7/8) encourages cooperative learning through peer teaching and social interaction. Montessori-trained teachers work within a challenging curriculum as they guide and motivate students to experience the joy of learning.
- Well-balanced program with a strong and challenging academic curriculum designed to create lifelong learners
- Montessori-centered education that emphasizes development of the whole child (intellectually, socially, and emotionally)
- K-8th grade program that encourages students’ responsibility, inner motivation, and leadership skills
- Highlights include: participation in University Interscholastic League, community service (Meals On Wheels and School Supply Give Away), academic fairs, Gifted and Talented enrichment, Whiz Quiz, partnership between middle and elementary students, Leader Kids, Middle School Leadership Conference, After School Music Classes, After School Ballet, After School Basketball, Soccer Club, and CMS Steppers.
Applications will be available Friday, November 9.