Montessori Magnet follows the highly successful educational methods of Dr. Maria Montessori. Classrooms are mixed-age groups serving specific developmental stages: Primary (3 - 6 years); Lower Elementary (6 - 9 years); and Upper Elementary (9 - 12 years).
Communities of children support one another socially, emotionally and academically. Educators guide students to learn at their own pace, exploring and discovering based on their interests. Children learn through hands-on work. Elementary students are encouraged to plan and embark on “going-out” excursions that complement their studies/interests. Children emerge as independent, confident, compassionate, responsible participants and leaders of society.
The Montessori program is Education for Life.
Special Features & Highlights
- A Montessori choice is Education for Life!
- Diversity-rich family engagement supports an integrated student education.
- Art, Music and Physical Education are integrated as a part of each child’s daily routine.
- Independent exploration and discovery, using specially prepared Montessori materials, meets individual student needs and interests.
- PK3 students start in mid-September, depending on readiness and allowing for individualized support of each young child as they transition into the school setting.
ACCOLADES We are a proud community that commits itself to the full implementation of Association Montessori Internationale standards.
CURRICULUM The Montessori Method allows children to explore and discover their individual interests and to learn at their own pace through hands-on work. Classrooms are mixed-age groups.
EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Students enjoy integrated Art, Music and Physical Education as a part of each child’s daily routine. Additional arts experiences are provided in partnership with Hartford Performs.
TECHNOLOGY Students at the elementary level (grades 1-6) are exposed to a variety of technology tools that assist in student-led research.
Did You Know?
- ASSOCIATION MONTESSORI INTERNATIONALE (AMI) curriculum, equipment and trained staff.
- Our diversity-rich family engagement supports an integrated student education creating GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP
- Our COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP with Organized Parents Make a Difference (OPMAD) provides enriching before and after-school experiences.
What People Are Saying
Students Say : “I love to work with my friends and teachers. We learn new things every day. We are able to learn more here than anywhere in the world! I only want to go to Montessori School.”
Amanda, Upper Elementary Student
Parents Say : “I am fascinated by my child’s progress. When she was able to count to 1000 at the age of 4 that was when I realized I could not have chosen a better program for her. She was able to explain to me what the concept of 1000 meant. The classroom teachers have taken the time to explain to me how the learning concepts work. It is through the systematic way that the program progresses that she is able to learn so easily. I wish I could have been taught this way.”
Beayanka, Parent of Primary & Elementary Children
Teachers Say : “I love that we can provide this high quality opportunity to all of our students and families. Our family-like environments give each of us a special feeling- we are COMMUNITY. I cannot wait to get to school each and every day!”
Ruth, Primary Guide
OPMAD: 7:00 AM to 8:30 AM
OPMAD: 3:50 PM to 6:00 PM
Navy blue polo shirts and khaki pants or skirts --
Children are relaxed and comfortable, but neat and ready to learn.