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Montessori-Inspired Curriculum

Our Montessori-Inspired Preschool is a nine-month program developed to come along side you and your child to start building the foundations of early childhood education through independence of thought and creativity. It is our hope that our children leave this program with a sense of purpose as well as a life-long love for learning. 

Language Arts

In a Montessori classroom, individual presentation of language materials allows the teacher to take advantage of each child’s greatest periods of interest.  A young child has a natural sensitivity for language development.  From learning the alphabet with the Sandpaper Letters to the Moveable Alphabet where they practice word building, children advance toward reading.  Letting children manipulate materials utilizes this very important stage where they focus best with their hands.  Using a wide variety of small toys and pictures, children learn the sounds of the letters and build three-letter words.  The teacher offers guided instruction with matching words and pictures, copying/writing words, and sounding out consonant blends until independence is reached.


A child’s introduction to numbers also involves manipulating objects, such as the number rods, which represent numbers one through ten.  The child will see that although he calls the smallest rod “one,’’ and the next rod “two,” the number two rod is a unit, but it is equal to two of the number one rods.  Working with this equipment gives a child the opportunity to discover many mathematical facts.  At the same time, the child learns the corresponding figures by tracing the numerals in sandpaper, for example.  Manipulating equipment in the early years allows for learning by discovery rather than being told and develops an enthusiasm for the world of numbers!

Practical Life

Imitation is one of the child’s strongest urges during his early years.  For the young child there is something special about tasks that an adult considers ordinary. Carrying water in a pitcher and pouring it into a basin helps a child perfect coordination.  Becoming absorbed in an activity, such as scrubbing a table top, lengthens his span of concentration.  He also learns to pay attention to details as he follows a regular sequence of actions and good working habits as he puts away all the materials for the next child.  In addition to gradually lengthening the time in which he can focus his attention on a specific activity, performing these exercises from top to bottom, left to right and scrubbing in a counter-clockwise motion prepare him for reading!

Tuition and Fees

for 2024-2025



(18 Months – 2.5 years old)


3 days per  week:  (Mon/Wed/Fri)

$3,195 (payable in 9 monthly installments of $355)


5 days per week: (Mon-Fri)

$3,645 (payable in 9 monthly installments of $405)


(4 years to 5 years old)


5 days per week: (Mon-Fri)

$3,645 (payable in 9 monthly installments of $405)


(2.5 years to 3.9 years)

3 days per week: (Mon/Wed/Fri)

$3,195 (payable in 9 monthly installments of $355)

5 days per week: (Mon-Fri)

$3,645 (payable in 9 monthly installments of $405)

Chapel, *Soccer Shots , Art Class, Music

* Denotes an after-school opportunity. Additional fees apply

Storybook Theatre

All-A-Flutter Butterfly Farm

 Fire Station




Field Trips

Our children gain valuable academic knowledge and social skills to help ensure a successful start in school. In addition, their preschool experience is enhanced by the following opportunities: 


June 3-6 – Under the Sea

June 10-13 – Out of this World Space Camp

June 24-27 – Mad Science STEM Camp

July 8-11 – Artists & Music Makers

July 15-18 –  Top Chef Cooking Camp

July 22-25 – Dinosaur Discoveries

July 29-Aug. 1 – Little LEGO Masters

August 5–8 Plants & Gardening

August 12-15 – Buggin’ Out Nature Camp

For children ages 3-6

Return applications to

Please apply by April 30th, 2024 


This summer we are once again offering VBS for preschool children, ages 3-5, and elementary school kids, ages 6-12. To register download the form below and return it to

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