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A well-rested child is essential to a productive day of learning, but it's common for your child’s sleep to ebb and flow as they experience cognitive leaps, growth spurts, separation anxiety, and more.

The Montessori curriculum and its learning materials are distinct, but it can be hard to translate what your child is learning just by looking. In this guide, we’ll demystify the Children’s House curriculum.

The best way to help your child get to college is not necessarily found in the ramp-up years of adolescence. It will trace back to the foundation they built before kindergarten.

Take a virtual tour of our Montessori classrooms, starting with our infant and toddler programs all the way to our Children's House for preschoolers and kindergarteners.

In Montessori, children lead many aspects of their learning, but the agency they experience is empowered by structure, order, and guidance from a prepared adult.

Many parents assume part-time enrollment is better for their toddler or preschooler simply because they are young, however, there are distinct benefits to some full-day experiences that can help young children thrive.

Montessori offers a respectful, child-centered approach to toilet training that removes undue pressure on both parent and child

If education is to prepare our children for life, then we must care about social, emotional and life skills — including self-discipline.