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Our Programs


针对 3 至 6 岁儿童的蒙台梭利小学课程让孩子们有机会通过实际生活、学术工作以及社交和情感体验来建立自信、专注和自我认同。


Timing and Preparation

Some characteristics teachers notice in a child as they approach readiness for the Primary environment are:

  • the child’s ability to verbally articulate their needs,

  • the child’s independence with self-care activities such as hand-washing, dressing, undressing, and the toilet learning process,

  • the child’s ability to follow simple instructions, concentrate on a task through completion, restore work to the shelf when finished, and a child’s tendency to repeat activities again and again in concentrated cycles of activity,

  • the child's ability to respect others, take turns, and cooperate.


You can also help your child get ready for the Primary community by focusing on improving independence, social maturity, and concentration. These activities (and many others) can help:

  • Engage your child in conversations at home. Speak to them like you would an adult; no baby talk.

  • Expect and encourage your child to use words, especially around their feelings and needs. Gradually transition them to using phrases and sentences.

  • Support socialization. Create opportunities for them to have unstructured, child-directed playtime with other children and moving from "parallel play" into more collaboration and cooperation with others.

  • Support concentration. Provide them with activities that require them to complete multiple steps. Create unstructured individual playtime where they can self-direct as well as engage uninterrupted for long stretches.

  • Provide tools for independence at home (e.g. a step stool, a cup and pitcher, a small broom, low shelves for kitchen items, a clothes dresser). Give them enough time to complete these tasks independently. Do not rush them.

  • Support self-awareness of body cues and independent toileting. With this one, practice makes perfect. Stay positive. A few accidents are bound to happen!

  • Choose clothes and food the child can independently manage. Example: No shoes with shoelaces.


上午 9:00 - 下午 3:00

Full Day: 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Extended Day Program

护理前:上午 8:00 - 上午 9:00

护理后:下午 3:00 - 下午 5:00



Elementary curriculum uses "The Great Stories" as a springboard for interdisciplinary learning.There are five Great Lessons that are introduced: The Coming of the Universe, The Timeline of Life, The Timeline of Humans, The Story of Math, and The Story of Language. In this way, children learn about their place in the universe.

Each of these lessons initiates curiosity or interests connected to other academic areas. These stories spark the imagination of Elementary students and give them a context for deeper engagement and learning. 


Instead of approaching schoolwork as discrete subjects, Montessori Elementary students discover the interrelationship between subject areas and understand how math, language, science and history are connected and important for understanding and learning. 

School Hours

Full Day: 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Extended Day Program

Before Care: 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM

After Care: 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

The child who has felt a strong love for his surroundings and for all living creatures, who has discovered joy and enthusiasm in work, gives us reason to hope that humanity can develop in a new direction.


- Dr. Maria Montessori

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