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Is your child ready for school?

Is your child ready for school?

The classrooms at Children’s House are designed for children between the ages of 3 and 6 years. All children are different, and some are developmentally ready before others. The following are a few examples of behaviors that indicate a child may be developmentally...
What to Look for in a Montessori School

What to Look for in a Montessori School

We would like your observation in our school to be as informative as possible. Here are some things to look for: The environmentIs the classroom clean and orderly?Are the furnishings child-sized and appropriate?Are the materials easily available to the children?The...
Your Child’s Visit

Your Child’s Visit

We would like to meet your child and have him work in the classroom before a final decision about attendance is made. Children’s visits should last about 30 minutes. This will give your child a chance to experience working in the classroom with the teacher and other...
Your Visit: What to Expect

Your Visit: What to Expect

We believe that before prospective parents make a commitment to our school, they should understand not only the Montessori philosophy but what it will be like for their child to attend our school. To this end, we ask parents to take a tour of the school and observe...
The Admissions Procedure

The Admissions Procedure

If you are interested in enrolling your child in Children’s House Montessori School, please follow the steps below: Call or email to make an appointment to tour the school. During the tour, you will become acquainted with our program, and observe the children at work...
Where do children go after Children’s House?

Where do children go after Children’s House?

Montessori children usually adapt very well to new school situations. They have learned to be independent problem-solvers who make decisions easily and therefore can adapt to new situations with confidence. They work well in groups or by themselves, and have developed...