Today, the Children’s House refers to the Montessori 3 to 6 year old classroom. The Montessori classroom is prepared with love and an attention to detail that nourishes the physical and spiritual needs of the young child.
“It is almost possible to say that there is a mathematical relationship between the beauty of his surroundings and the activity of the child; he will make discoveries rather more voluntarily in a gracious setting than in an ugly one.” ~ Maria Montessori
I am THRILLED with Monarch Montessori. My daughter had been in another Montessori school previous to this and while it was good I have seen tremendous and exceptional strides in her development – psychosocially and academically. The teachers and staff are incredibly accepting of each child’s own unique gifts and personalities. They truly embody the spirit Maria Montessori strived for. The extra activities, parent nights, and the overall way that everyone is included in the education of these tiny humans is a testimony to their tremendous work. I could not recommend Monarch more highly!
Our family feels so fortunate to be a part of the community at Monarch. My son has really come to love the school in a short time and has begun many excellent friendships too. As parents, Monarch has helped us guide our son toward independence, and teach him to make his own good decisions. We know his time at Monarch will provide an excellent educational base from which he can dive right into grade school with confidence. We highly recommend Monarch as a safe, fun, tranquil environment where children develop life skills, in addition to learning about math, science, reading, writing, and music. We also love the extra activities they provide like yoga and picnics!
We couldn’t be more happy with our experience at Monarch Montessori. Our family has been a part of four different early childhood programs, and Monarch is by far the best of all of these. As an educator myself, currently working with toddlers and preschoolers, I appreciate the teachers’ intentional work to value the children’s independence while thoughtfully guiding them to develop socially and academically, all while honoring their unique personalities. During this past year at Monarch, we have observed our son taking a greater interest in helping out at home, as well as being able to find increasingly positive ways to interact with his younger brother, and we attribute much of this to the guidance he’s receiving at school. We had such a positive experience during his Pre-K year that we agreed with his desire to stay there for his Kindergarten year!