Preschool & Pre-K

With a focus on developing key early skills that shape a child’s future, we offer an environment where curiosity and creativity flourish. Our classrooms foster individual potential, empowering young learners with essential social, emotional, and cognitive skills through hands-on activities. Through our holistic Montessori approach, we lay a strong foundation today for your child’s success  – tomorrow and beyond.

Hours & Tuition

Early Care

7 AM - 9 AM

Full Day

9 AM - 3 PM

Half Day

9 AM - 12 PM

After Care

3 PM - 5 PM

$100 non-refundable application fee due at registration


Do your elementary school students have homework?

Typically, no. A majority of their learning is done at school. However, there are projects, on occasion, that require an at-home component.

How does arrival and dismissal work?

Students arrive at 8:30 and are dismissed at 2:30 each day. Parents need to park their vehicle and walk to the classroom door. 

Do elementary students take standardized tests?

Students in the elementary program do not take standardized tests. Students are assessed through project-based learning, observations, work samples and curriculum designed learning tools such as Lexia Core 5 to demonstrate mastery of skills.   

What does a typical day look like in the elementary program?  


8:45-work cycle 

11:00-clean up 



12:30-independent reading 

12:45-work cycle 

2:10-yoga, games, or sharing 


Does your school offer before and after care for elementary students?

Yes. Before care is from 7:00-8:30 and after care is from 2:30-5:00 for an additional cost of $150 per month.

What does a typical day look like?

Typical Full Day:

  • 9:00-arrival/unpack
  • 9:30-morning meeting/circle time
  • 9:45-morning snack
  • 10:00-11:30-work cycle
  • 11:30-recess
  • 12:00-half day dismissal and lunch for full day students
  • 12:30-1:15-rest/quiet time
  • 1:15-2:30-work cycle
  • 2:30 recess
  • 3:00-dismissal

What does my child need to bring to school?

  • Your child needs at least one extra set of clothes in case of an accident, spill, or messy activity
  • Resting items such as a blanket, stuffed animal/comfort item, and a small pillow
  • 2 snacks and a lunch that are all NUT FREE
  • Seasonal clothing such as rain boots, rain coat, snow pants, jacket, gloves, hat, and boots, bathing suits for the summer program
  • Water bottle

Who provides snacks and lunch?

Each family is required to provide a NUT FREE snack and lunch for their child.  If your child attends our half day program, your child only needs one snack and a water bottle.  If your child attends our full day program, he will need two snacks, a lunch, and a water bottle.  

How does your school communicate with families?

Communication is done mostly through an app called Brightwheel. Student photos, event information, reminders, school closings, and other general information is communicated through Brightwheel.  In addition to Brightwheel, email, phone calls and a daily communication folder are other forms of communication used to keep families informed.

How is tuition paid?

Tuition invoices are sent out through the Brightwheel app every month.  Monthly payments are due on the first of each month, September through June.  Summer program is separate and done on a weekly as needed basis. 

Does your school offer before and after care for preschool students?

Yes. Before care is from 7:00-9:00 and after care is from 3:00-5:00 for an additional cost.

Does my child need to be vaccinated to attend your school?

Your family needs to either provide documentation of up to date vaccinations or a religious exempt letter for your child.

“When a child is able to use their hands to discover, their discoveries become more meaningful .”

– Maria Montessori