Third Year Kindergarten

Ages 5+

8:30 am- 3:45 pm


Both of our classrooms run Kindergarten programs, allowing children to bloom in the culmination of a three-year developmental stage that Maria Montessori observed as a part of natural development. Our kindergarten students graduate prepared for elementary school and a successful transition to grade 1.

During this third year, children consolidate their knowledge and provides an opportunity for them to bring their educational, social and mentoring skills to fruition. The mixed-age grouping in the classroom allows the kindergarten children to practice responsibility, to be leaders and to offer support to other. This program provides our students with a solid foundation that remains with the child for life.

Developmental Outcomes

The third year Montessori child takes on great responsibilities within the classroom, among his or her peers and for his or her own learning. The guides continue to support the children to reach their full academic and social potential in this capstone year of the Three Year Cycle. 
Girl presenting a long letter she wrote

The Montessori Method

The main premises of our programs

Children are to be respected as different from adults and as individuals who differ from each other.
The child possesses an unusual sensitivity and intellectual ability to absorb and learn from his environment that are unlike those of the adults both in quality and capacity.
The most important years of a child’s growth are the first six years of life when unconscious learning is gradually brought to the conscious level.