Why Choose Montessori School of Florence?

Why Choose Montessori School of Florence?

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Pre-Primary (2K)

Pre-Primary (2K)

Age 2   The first years of life are the most formative years.It is a time when children...

Primary

Primary

Ages 3 to 6 Dr. Maria Montessori believed that the goal of education is to help each child...

Elementary Years

Elementary Years

Lower Elementary (grades 1-3) Upper Elementary (grades 4-6) The Montessori philosophy of...

Montessori Work

Montessori Work

Providing Structure -- setting high, but individually tailored expectations Montessori...

Montessori Curriculum

Montessori Curriculum

Materials and Instructional Methods Studies come alive through a host of hands-on projects and...

  • Why Choose Montessori School of Florence?

    Why Choose Montessori School of Florence?

  • Pre-Primary (2K)

    Pre-Primary (2K)

  • Primary

    Primary

  • Elementary Years

    Elementary Years

  • Montessori Work

    Montessori Work

  • Montessori Curriculum

    Montessori Curriculum

Lower Elementary (grades 1-3)

Upper Elementary (grades 4-6)

The Montessori philosophy of education has withstood the test of time. For 100 years, it is an educational method that has been used to teach thousands of children from many socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. The educational philosophy meets the needs of all students whether gifted and talented or average. Montessori believes all children are born intelligent; they simply learn in different ways and progress at their own pace. Montessori inspires children toward academic excellence and nurtures the curiosity, creativity, and imagination hidden within every human being. While nurturing the child’s natural talents and intellect, Montessori educators give great consideration to a child’s emotional development and character. At the elementary level, Montessori School of Florence students learn to think for themselves. They are encouraged to do their own research, analyze what they have found and come to their own conclusions. Montessori students are taught to think, not simply to memorize. They discover that the process of learning is natural, exciting, and lifelong.