Our World Montessori program is child centered. Children learn through the exploration of self-chosen, hands on materials. Understanding that children learn at their own pace and have a variety of interests, teachers plan lessons based on individual interest and readiness rather than chronological age.
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Student Teacher Ratio
1 : 1
Average Class Size
6% Male / 94% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Our World Montessori offers an Enrichment program during most days when our regular school program is closed. We also offer a Morningcare program, which begins at 7:45, and an Aftercare program from 3:15-5:30 p.m.
Our summer program for children 18 months through 6 years old is run by our regular staff from mid-June through the end of August each year.
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