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Knowing what sets a genuine Montessori experience apart is the starting point for deciding if this is the kind of education you want for your child.

Download our helpful guide below so you know what to look for.

Not all schools are the same 

But how do you know what to look for when you visit and compare different schools?

A genuine Montessori classroom may seem very different from the classrooms you knew growing up or recognize from other schools your child has attended. 

9 Things to Look for in a Montessori Classroom

To help you understand the differences—and why they matter—we have put together this helpful resource to guide you through the school visit and selection process.

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No rows of desks, learning for tests or knowledge quickly forgotten.

Instead you will find collaboration and camaraderie, independence and self-confidence, creativity and perseverance.

From the youngest students at 14 months old all the way through to twelfth grade.



Want to look inside a classroom and learn more about what you’re seeing?

Just get in touch and we’ll be happy to answer your questions.


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