Age: 2.5/3 years to 6.5 years 
(Preschool & Kindergarten) 
Class size: 6 - 8 children. 

Program Options

Academic day:
Monday-Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
(excluding federal holidays and seasonal breaks)
Tuition: $2,785 monthly / $33,420 annually
(effective until August 2024)

Extended day:
Monday-Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
(excluding federal holidays and seasonal breaks)
Tuition: $3,085 monthly / $37,020 annually (effective until August 2024)

The classroom is hands-on, self-paced, collaborative, and joyful, creating a lifelong learner and doer.

Our Casa program is for children two and a half to six years of age and runs year-round. Dr. Montessori discovered her Casa dei Bambini (Children's House) pedagogy around five key areas: Practical Life, Sensorial, Language, Mathematics, and Cultural.

Practical Life is an introduction to the everyday environment. It fosters children to exercise gross and fine motor skills, logic and order, and socialization in the context of real-life activities. For example, baking, sweeping the floor, setting tables, taking turns, etc. Practical Life lays a strong and healthy foundation in building a sense of self-confidence, independence, and responsibility; enabling them to obtain tangible skills.

Sensorial materials refine the five senses, introducing various textures, smells, and so forth to expand children’s experiential horizons. The scientifically researched and designed Sensorial material is unique to the Montessori method. It also gives children concrete experiences of 'further-down-the-road' abstract ideas, further develops their attention span, and their ability to absorb foreign ideas. The purpose of this key area is the refinement of the senses and the development of the intellect.

The Language materials are designed to develop effective interpersonal communication skills, emphasizing the basic need for humans to communicate in various forms including, but not limited to, spoken words, written expression, and reading comprehension.

Mathematics in Montessori offers concrete, tactile objects to facilitate an intuitive understanding of numbers, counting, and the four Arithmetic operations. We leverage this understanding to introduce abstract mathematical concepts. The core tenet of Children's House Mathematics is based upon six groups of exercises:
-Numbers from 0 to 10
-The Decimal System (which includes the four operations)
-Sequence of Numbers Exploration and Memorization of Combinations
-Passage to Abstraction

Lastly, children gain a worldview from a young age in a Montessori environment through the Cultural subjects. The Cultural subjects include Geography, Botany, Zoology, Arts and Music.  

All our staff hold AMI Montessori diplomas; a certification that requires rigorous training that ensures your child's distinct personality and independence will be nurtured into a capable and connected adult.

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