Parent Workshops & Support
We offer parent-focused educational coffees, workshops, and community-wide events for current families to get the most out of their time at Post Oak and learn about the Montessori approach.
Prospective families are invited to the events below. Please contact the Admissions Office if you have any questions.
Events for Prospective Families
We hold two open house events at each campus between October and December. Join us to learn more about starting or continuing your child’s Montessori journey. Sign up for an open house.
Middle School Experience
Tues., December 12, 2023, at 6:30 p.m.
The Post Oak Middle School Experience is an opportunity for current and prospective families to learn about the Middle School firsthand. Students describe travel, community service, academics, and other aspects of Middle School life. All parents are invited, and Upper Elementary students are encouraged to attend with their parents. (Museum District Campus, 1010 Autrey. St.)
Thurs., January 11, 2024, 6:30 p.m. (virtual)
How does Post Oak prepare students for college and for life? Come hear first-hand experiences from our alumni as they return to reflect on their time at Post Oak. All parents, both current and prospective, are strongly encouraged to log on for this virtual session. Learn more, sign up, and watch past recordings.
Parent Ed for Current Families
Current Post Oak parents can find a full list of events in the Parent Portal.
A parent and Primary teacher at Montessori Journey
Infant-Parent Classes (currently not available)
We offer classes for parents with children two months old to pre-walking. Our focus is supporting you to aid your child's language development, movement, social-emotional development, and self-care. Learn more and register on our website.
Aid to Life provides instructions for movement, communication, independence, and self-discipline based on Montessori principles. The format is easy to understand and apply immediately. Presentations include videos as well as step-by-step guidelines and tips for supporting very young children.