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Daycroft Montessori Preprimary School

Daycroft Montessori Preprimary School is a private center-based preschool in Ann Arbor, MI.


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Your child will thrive at Daycroft Montessori School. Our mission is to provide a highly personalized learning environment that appreciates individual differences, nutures the whole child, and enables students to develop at their own pace and achieve to their full potential. This happens in a warm, caring, open, and culturally diverse environment. Please note that we are a two campus school. Our campus on 100 E. Oakbrook Drive is for preschool through kindergarten and our campus on 1095 N. Zeeb Road is for kindergarten through sixth grade. Early childhood and elementary education at Daycroft incorporates a unique blend of the traditional Montessori complemented by traditional and progressive teaching methods. We share the belief of Maria Montessori and many other educators that children must be allowed to learn at their own pace. We recognize that children demonstrate intelligence in many ways and acquire understanding through many learning styles.personalized learning.engaged studentschildren love to learn2 full time teachers per classroomsmall student to teacher ratio

Quick Facts
Facility Type:Center-Based Preschool Ages:Not Available
Institution Type:Private Gender:Coeducational
Established:1965 Religion:Not Available
Licensed:No Dress Code:No Dress Code

Students and Staff

Enrollment Statistics
Total Enrollment: 87
Enrollment by Grade:
Grade Number of Students
Pre-K 72
Student-Teacher Ratio: 9 : 1

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