About Us

Why Choose Us

We are licensed as a Group Day Care con capacity for 40 children and a ratio of 1 teacher to eight children from 2 1/2 to school age (in fact, our ratio is 1/6.7). We offer preschool classes within a daycare setting. We provide daily care and education services from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm from Monday to Friday. Founded in 1988, and run by a team of seasoned early childhood educators and Montessorians, our center maintains a reputation of excellence.

We provide a safe, nurturing environment that promotes physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and creative development for the very young ones. We believe that each child is unique and deserves to be treated with dignity and respect. We promote cultural awareness and respect for those who may be seen as different.

A woman is helping children with their writing.

The Montessori Philosophy

The Montessori Philosophy

The Montessori teaching philosophy is based on the approach to education developed by Dr. Maria Montessori. In her studies of young children, Montessori came to understand that each child learns and develops in a unique way.

Today, more than a century later, the Montessori philosophy of education has reached around the globe. Children are learning and thriving in thousands of classrooms on six continents.

Our classrooms and practices are structured to facilitate this development through the introduction of multisensory activities and an awareness of all areas of the child’s development.

Drawing on the proven Montessori materials and on the latest research into creativity, brain development and multisensory learning, we foster children’s love of education by…

Above all, respecting the children and their desire to learn,
Involving the children in a balanced educational program,
Inspiring independent, goal-oriented children.

Connecting Oral & Written Language

All oral language prepares children for writing
As instructors of your children, our first and most important task is to establish a bond with each of them, as it is only by developing a trusting relationship that we can understand the individual needs and interests of each child.

Based on our observations of children in the classroom environment, we focus on guiding and supporting them, introducing them at their own unique pace to activities we know they will enjoy. It is through these supportive interactions that we begin to establish trust. This sense of trust is reinforced when teachers continue to recognize and respect each child’s needs and interests, ensuring they feel understood and psychologically safe while facilitating guided education for young children.