The Montessori School of Syracuse provides children ages 3 to 12 with a quality education based on Montessori philosophy and methods. We strive for our students to reach their full potential as enthusiastic, self-directed, life-long learners and caring, global citizens. Our faculty and staff have a deep respect for each child as an individual. In keeping with the Montessori philosophy, we aim to give each child as much independence as possible while adhering to a carefully designed curriculum. Teachers move among the children, observing their work, introducing materials at appropriate times and directing them through a logical progression of skills. Our students learn by working with carefully designed Montessori materials. These materials encourage hands-on manipulation and exploration, and they help students thoroughly understand the concepts they are learning. By encouraging students to use a personal-best approach rather than peer competition, the Montessori School of Syracuse nurtures children's curiosity, creativity and cooperation and builds self-confidence, compassion and leadership. Montessori Trained teachersNature Education ProgramFrench instruction beginning at age 3Music instruction includes Orff and recorder; after school instruction includes African Drumming, piano and Suzuki violinmulti-age classroomsFamily Celebrations include Harvest Festival, Peace Celebration and Cultural FestivalGraduates go on to local private and public schools
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