Open for In-Person Learning & Learning Labs for Remote Learners
6 weeks - 18 months old
Our infant community is a safe and rich world full of opportunities for your baby to actively explore and enjoy.
Our program is designed for comprehensive individual development at the child’s natural pace. Caring and learning are inseparable. Primary caregivers provide “on demand” care in an environment that maximizes mobility. A baby who feels safe also feels free to grow, move, and explore their surroundings.
Language development, music and support of baby sign language enrich our infants’ daily experiences.
Through a real-time web / mobile application we provide reports on your baby’s daily routine.
18 months - 3 years old
Our toddler communities are carefully planned spaces to promote your child’s independence, order, creativity and freedom of choice. These are safe places where your child is free to explore how the world works and how to work in the world.
Your child will learn self-care and practical life skills in our home-like environment, while engaging their budding fine motor, language, musical and artistic skills.
Above all, our Guides help toddlers understand their emotions, encouraging tolerance, cooperation and respect for others.
3 - 5 years old
Our Primary communities offer your child the freedom to learn and grow through hands-on experiences and creative exploration with beautiful authentic Montessori materials.
The youngest children observe and interact with the older children; in turn, the kindergarteners serve as role models and guides, learning responsibility and leadership skills while mastering academic skills in reading and math.
The materials in each community are grouped into six main areas: Practical Life, Sensorial, Mathematics, Language, Geography and Science.
Fine arts, music, foreign language and gym are interspersed throughout the weekly program
1st - 6th grade
Our program provides your child with an expansive education, through lessons and questions to guide their explorations in culture, science, mathematics, language, arts, social rules and morals.
The curriculum is guided from large scope to small, moving from big-picture understanding to a focus on details. The children continue to work with concrete materials to explore academic areas, quickly discovering abstract methods to utilize.
Critical thinking, problem solving and independent research are emphasized. Project-Based Learning challenges your students’ growing imagination, accelerating academic progress while offering opportunities for social growth.