Dr. Maria Montessori recognized the role of purposeful movement in the child’s development and charged the adult with protecting and fostering their freedom to explore.

Following the traditional Montessori classroom layout, these are the four main areas of our Preschool and Kindergarten classroom:

Practical Life

Designed to assist the child in developing neuromuscular coordination and independence.


Where the child experiences the refinement of the senses, preparation of the mathematical mind and development of hand-eye coordination.


The Montessori environment nurtures the four distinct areas of language (speaking, listening, writing, and reading).


From concrete to abstract the child understands mathematical concepts of quantity, numerals, shape and space.

We have also a cultural area where we provide awareness to Geography and Biology and we enrich our program providing hands on Science, an introduction to Sign Language and the Lifelong Virtues Program.