The Philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori Is At Our Core.

The Montessori method allows children to learn by doing. It involves educational materials designed to capture the child’s interest. The environment is prepared in such a way that the child has the freedom to choose his own work.

This does not mean that there is no structure. The experienced teacher gently guides this exploration, presenting the appropriate lessons to each child at the right time.

Our curriculum is based upon Dr. Montessori’s scientific observations and specifically designed materials that encourage conceptual thinking and lead to abstraction.

Montessori teachers, with an open-ended array of learning materials and activities, are empowered to design their own developmentally-responsive and culturally relevant learning environments based on Montessori philosophies.

We cannot create observers by saying ‘observe,’ but by giving them the power and the means for this observation and these means are procured through education of the senses.

Maria Montessori

Montessori children are extremely adaptable. They have learned to work both independently and in groups. Since they have been encouraged to make decisions from an early age, these children are problem-solvers who can make appropriate choices and manage time well.

Research has shown that the best predictor of future success is a positive sense of self-esteem. Montessori programs, based upon self-directed, non-competitive activities help children to develop strong self-images and the confidence to face change and challenges with optimism.

Looking at different educational models and best practices, we are always struck by how progressive her one-hundred-year-old ideal really is; she challenged the ‘assembly line’ model of teaching students in groups based solely on age and recognized that they should be looked at developmentally.

Multi-age classes were born of this thinking, and they remain a mainstay of Montessori education today, providing an atmosphere that encourages social interaction for cooperative learning, peer teaching, and emotional development.

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WHAT PARENTS SAY ABOUT US

I love, love, love this school! My family was looking for an alternative education for our son and he's been here since kindergarten (3 years now). We plan to keep him here as long as possible. The staff is friendly, small campus, one-on-one attention, and they do what they can to make it affordable for families. We'd highly recommend them to West Valley families.

Michelle Everson

Parent

Such an amazing school! My 4yr son has sensory issues and this school has been amazing for him. He has opened up significantly and has just grown so much because of the teachers and staff at this school. The fact that I am able to have a constant communication with his teachers as well as the option to be fully involved with this school makes it a perfect choice for me and my family.

Melissa Janton

Parent

The teachers are passionate about the learning process and uniquely gifted in bringing out the best in each child. I'm especially grateful for the community, friends and relationships we've built.

Ericka Strachan

Parent

My two children love going to school every day... I only wish she would have gone here sooner. It is an amazing school that does not apply the one size fits all rule to education.

Daniella Hauptmann

Parent

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