The primary focus of the Infant/Toddler Educational Program is socialization. We allow infants and toddlers the opportunity to develop socially through the development of practical life and sensorial skills while working at their own pace in a safe, nurturing environment.

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The Preschool Program is a definitive program that helps children with cognitive development with additional concentrations in many areas, including practical life and sensorial skills, and a focus on language, phonics and mathematics.

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Before & After Care

Our after school program is not merely a time for children to wait to be picked up. Instead, we apply the Montessori Method to this crucial time of your child’s day by providing outdoor activities, encouraging gross and fine motor skill development, providing the ability to participate in arts and crafts, and much more.

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Summer Program

Our Montessori program runs from September to June. However, we offer a more free-flowing, theme-based program during the Summer months (June to September) where we deal largely with nature, focus on science, and seasonal activities.

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Projects with a Purpose

The Montessori Method of self-education is a tried and true teaching system used in both private and public early childhood educational programs around the world. The goal is to nurture each child's own innate curiosity and desire to learn.

With Montessori, children learn by employing all 5 senses: touch, sight, smell, taste, & hearing.

Children learn by employing all 5 senses

Independence is encouraged in all activities, particularly in developing self-help skills while the teacher acts as a facilitator to ensure the needs of the child are met in an uninhibited, safe environment.

This innovative learning system places emphasis on the individual stages of a young child's development. As an individualized program, children are not pushed to do more than is developmentally appropriate.

Projects with a Purpose