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"A Beautiful Place Where Great Minds Begin"

General Info

We believe that the Montessori method of education provides the most effective and fulfilling way to guide a child through his early years, a critical period for learning and setting patterns which will last a lifetime. The Montessori classroom community is a mixed age group where students are provided the opportunity to engage in purposeful and meaningful lessons through the guidance of a certified Montessori teacher.

Extra Phones

Fax: 636-240-7795

Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:
Sat - SunClosed
Preschools & Kindergarten, Charter Schools, Schools
Practical Life: The child learns to care for himself and the environment with simple exercises which develop order, concentration, coordination, independance, respect for others and self-esteem. Exercises in grace and courtesy enhance the child's socialization process. Care for our school plants and animals develop the child's appreciation of the natural world. Sensorial: The child works with materials which help her to refine sense discriminations and to become more aware of the surrounding world: to recognize and compare various colors, shapes, sizes, textures, and sounds. Sand-and-water-table play enhance the child's experience of discovery in these areas as do other play activities. Language: A rich verbal environment helps the child to develop vocabulary and self-expression. Social and verbal interactions between children are encouraged. Stories are read and dramatized. The child works with sandpaper letters and other materials which help him to discover reading as he or she b ecomes ready. Math: Math materials consist of a progression of objects with a goal of giving the child a strong foundation for forming abstract ideas. Cultural Subjects: The cultural subjects curriculum attempts to unify all aspects of the child's learning.

At the Corner of Church St and Wood St (next to the Post Office)

Data provided by one or more of the following: DexYP, Data Axle, Yext.