About Renaissance Montessori
Renaissance Montessori is an independent Montessori school. We are affiliated with the International Montessori Council (IMC), and several senior IMC members serve on our Advisory Board. All of our teachers are fully Montessori trained and have many years of teaching experience. Our founders have worked for years at The Center for Guided Montessori Studies, one of the most reputable Montessori teacher training programs in America.
I absolutely LOVE this school. What a magical place for kids to learn and grow. We did NOT want to take our kids to a humongous childcare facility, and we are so lucky to have found this little gem. My children are getting deep cross-cultural exposure and diverse Montessori instruction. The staff is amazing and communication is top notch. This school is a must see.
WHAT IS MONTESSORI?
Montessori is a highly effective, child-centered, humanistic method of educating everyone—from infants to adults. In its history, it has produced geniuses and been the preferred educational method of royalty, yet it has also been successfully applied to persons with special needs and disabilities, including dementia. In the United States of America it is the most popular private school educational technique, yet it remains poorly understood.
At Renaissance Montessori, our goal is to nurture intelligence, curiosity, creativity and imagination while supporting and developing each student’s unique talents. Our ultimate mission is to prepare students for life.
WHY CHOOSE RENAISSANCE MONTESSORI?
The Renaissance Montessori community doesn’t try to be all things to everyone. We are a small, bilingual Montessori school with a focus on arts and sciences. Here are a few of the things that we think make us different from more traditional preschool options:
We are a small school with an intimate community feel where each child is celebrated as a unique individual.
Our student-teacher ratios will never be higher than 9:1.
Each classroom has both a native English and a native Spanish speaker. One adult in each classroom only speaks Spanish to the children, and Spanish language activities are integrated into the curriculum.
A Focus on the Arts
Visiting artists of all disciplines engage children to teach and inspire a sense of creativity and a love for exploring new media.
Instilling the Importance of Science
Many science activities are conducted in an experiential fashion. Our beautiful, shaded campus offers room for children to explore nature, and we use it to study botany, ecology, mineralogy, and biology.