“I like the Montessori method. It teaches through play. It makes learning a pleasure. It follows the natural instincts of the human being . . . The present system casts the brain into a mold. It does not encourage original thought or reasoning.”
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As a first time mom, I put a lot of research into what school to send my infant to. My husband and I both work full time and wanted to feel confident my son was not only safe, but engaged and actively learning when I couldn’t be with him. 2 1/2yrs later, Monarch continues to exceed our expectations. We couldn’t be happier with the communication the faculty has with the parents
My 3 kids attended Monarch for 3 years after my son at age 7 did not want to go to school anymore. His previous traditional school called me every day to tell me how bad my son was behaving. I was so desperate and hopeless until a friend told me about Monarch Montessori. I went over to check the school and loved the Montessori way of teaching! I drove 20 miles back and forth for 3 years and it was the best decision. My son was so motivated and enjoyed going to school. The teachers are phenomenal, engaging and my son loved going there. Now he is ready to start middle school. I really recommend this school!
Monarch Montessori provides daycare and K-5 in the same building. We drop off both kids in one stop. The First Step teachers develop bonds with the young kids and follow them thru elementary school. This creates a real family feel throughout the building. The staff, teachers, and administrators are great. Everyone knows my kids by name and really cares. The montessori method is also great at fostering creativity.
My daughter had a great experience at Monarch with Ms. Amy as her teacher for three years! The Montessori curriculum taught her independence, critical thinking, and empathy along with all the academic work. Plus, her learning was individual and small group, so she was able to move at her own pace. We recently moved to Texas and she was ahead of the game at her new school.