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Montessori Ivy League Academy

Montessori Ivy League Academy is a coeducational private montessori school for students in grades Pre-K through Kindergarten.

Institution Type: Private Setting: Suburban


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Montessori Ivy League Academy says

Montessori Ivy League is a progressive school combining Authentic Montessori method with Harvard, Yale, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, and Cornell for Center on Developing child and Early Childhood Educational Research. Montessori is the legacy of a long and proud tradition of the thoughtful school practice of Maria Montessori, stretching back since 1907. We offer a variety of programs for children from 12 months - 6 years of age, toddler, primary, & kindergarten, open all year round. Our school offers this education in beautifully prepared interior spaces, with inviting outdoor space, while seeking academic excellence naturally. We strive for academic excellence, as well as to create a sense of wonder for a lifelong love of learning, at the children’s own pace.


The Montessori method is thus achieved by dividing the class room in the many following logical areas, ranging from basic to intermediate to advanced levels, so the children can work at their own pace:

Practical Life Sensorial Language Math Art Music Geography Science

Mission Statement

To create balances between joyful scholarship, independent thinking and research, curiosity, creativity, and imagination.




Private schools, including parochial and boarding, are funded through tuition and fees. The cost varies from school to school, but most families pay tuition to attend them. Many private schools offer financial aid or discounts, so it's worthwhile to ask about these options.



Admission Requirements

Required: Interview



Academic Calendar: Year


Ballet, soccer, gymnastics, t-ball, yoga

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