Our curriculum is an authentic Montessori curriculum which is a hands-on, individualized approach that respects the student’s learning style and interests. Students receive lessons in the areas of language, math, art, sensorial and practical life.
Practical life – Purposeful lessons in daily living refine children’s motor and sequencing skills which prepares their minds and hands for more challenging work in math and language.
Sensorial – Essential patterning skills come from classifying and exploring relationships and sequences in materials using the five senses.
Language – Beginning with initial sounds, students move to spelling and writing lessons which then leads to reading.
Math – Montessori math materials provide concrete experiences in linear counting, working in the decimal system and performing arithmetic calculations.
Art – Children begin with the basics of tool use and care and are then able to create many projects in various mediums.
”Education is a natural process carried out by the human individual, and is acquired not by listening to words, but by the experiences in the environment” ― Maria Montessori