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 When the basic physical, emotional, and social needs of a very young child are consistently, respectfully and joyfully met, the child learns to trust.  Feeling safe and secure, he can then begin to explore all the wonders of his own self and world.  His experiences shape his impressions as he builds himself and grows.  The aim of our Montessori Infant Program is to foster the development of basic trust and to assist in the normal development of the child’s personality and our baby’s individual needs, we can personalize your child’s care.

Our program gives children ages 0 months to 18 months a loving, nurturing and secure environment. Our environment allows space for freedom of movement and provides materials that enhance and foster development in all areas of development.  

Our facilitators respect the babies as unique individuals who are in process of becoming toddlers by allowing them to develop in their own way and at their own pace.

Infant Room Time Table


The development of movement and language are highlighted during infancy and toddler hood.

We believe that every opportunity and every interaction your child has is a learning experience.

The main focus is language and motor development, assisting the child in developing self-help skills (including toilet-training),

All of our materials and furniture are child size and are carefully chosen to meet the developmental needs of the children at this age.

Our toddler environment is designed with “invitations” that allow the child to be the initiator in directing his work, play and interactions. This child friendly environment is developmentally appropriate for each stage and rich in sensorial activities giving our toddlers the opportunity to


Time Table - Toddler

 CASA ( 3 -6YRS.)

 Our CASA program is designed for children ages 3 to 6 years old.  Our goal is to nurture their natural urge to explore and discover the world around them.  Although it may not be immediately obvious, there is an order to every room and a careful structure to how things are arranged. Our Montessori environment is divided up into several different areas: one for Practical Life, one for Sensorial, one for Language, another for Math, and smaller areas for Art, Geography, and Science.

 Montessori observed that when children grow up in an environment that is intellectually and artistically alive, warm, and encouraging, children will spontaneously ask questions, investigate, create, and explore new ideas. She found that children, especially when they are very young, are actually quite capable of absorbing information, concepts, and skills from their surroundings and peers almost through osmosis.

Time Table - CASA


 Our school age program extends the Montessori methods into the elementary years.  Eelementary children work in small groups on a variety of projects which spark the imagination.  The multi-age grouping provides for broad social development. In an exciting research style of learning, elementary children work in small groups on a variety of projects, which spark the imagination and engage the intellect. 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. 

 We also provide a homework club to those children attending our after school program and unlimited Science experiments.


 The Summer Programs are specially designed to allow students / children to continue school throughout the summer months and to get a head start for the upcoming year, while enjoying at the same time some fun and exciting summer time activities and outings; these programs include nature study, field trips, sports, etc.

 HALF DAY (9:00am – 11:30am)

 EXTENDED DAY (7:30am – 6:00pm)

 FULL ACADEMIC DAY (8:40 am – 3:40pm) Excluding toddlers / infants






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