Greenspring Montessori School offers academic programs for children ages 18 months of age through 9th grade. Montessori is a continuum of education that allows your child to build upon her experiences from year to year and from one level to the next. Concepts, materials, and core principles are carried throughout all levels of Montessori education.
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(18 months to 3 years)
You may choose from morning and full day options, as well as three (Monday through Wednesday or Wednesday through Friday), four (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday), or five days per week.
Toddlers have unique needs for exploration, independence, and learning. Children in the Toddler Program work on toilet-learning, language acquisition, gross motor development, and sensory development in a nurturing prepared environment.
Children’s House provides a nurturing environment for children ages 3 to 6. Children develop a sense of order, build independence and self-esteem, cultivate compassion and kindness, and emerge as well-rounded leaders.
Elementary (6 to 12 years)
The Elementary Program builds academic skills while honing curiosity, cultivating innovation and building problem-solving skills. The curriculum from first through sixth grade encourages integrated research and exploration through hands-on materials, one-on-one lessons, and individualized academic challenges.
Middle School is a time of great change; physically, psychologically, cognitively, and spiritually. At Greenspring Montessori School, we cherish this incredible age, supporting your adolescent as he enters adulthood.