Kindergarten Program: 5-6 years old
The Leadership Year
During the first 2 years in a Preschool classroom, Montessori students look forward to their turn to be a leader. In their third year—often known as Kindergarten—children get their turn and take pride in being the oldest. They serve as role models for younger students; they demonstrate leadership and citizenship skills. They reinforce and consolidate their own learning by teaching concepts they have already mastered to their peers. In their Kindergarten year, they express confidence, develop self-esteem and self-sufficiency, and show responsibility.
Kindergarteners are introduced to progressively more advanced Montessori materials and sophisticated, fascinating lessons. And they experience an important period in which their previous learning from working with concrete Montessori materials begins to become permanent knowledge. A Montessori Kindergarten student sees and feels their personal growth as they watch others learn information they have mastered themselves.
Kindergarten is the culmination of the Early Childhood program. Children exhibit the independence, critical thinking, collaboration, and leadership that they have been practicing during their previous years in the Early Childhood classroom, exercising them independently as they prepare to transition into an Elementary program.
Taken from AMS: https://amshq.org/About-Montessori/Inside-the-Montessori-Classroom/Early-Childhood
8:45 AM - 2:45 PM
Extended Care Program
7:30 AM - 8:45 AM
2:45 PM - 5:00 PM
Sample Daily Schedule
After Care Schedule
• Primary Full Day: 8:45 a.m. - 2:45 p.m. • Primary All Day: 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.