Montessori programs rely on a partnership between the family and educators to maximize the experience for the children. The educational values of the family must be compatible with a Montessori education.
Generally speaking, families that will thrive in a Montessori program agree:
- It is important to allow children opportunities for independence.
- A competitive classroom stifles creativity.
- Children are capable of making choices to guide their own learning.
- Children learn best through hands-on experiences and concrete problem solving.
Extended care is offered to all children enrolled in Montessori programs at MCH. From 6:00 am to 9:00 am and from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm, extended care is free play time supervised by our trained and certified staff.
Parents or Grandparents may volunteer for field trips and special events. Contact Lisa at (920) 458-0510.
Montessori Children’s House uses the materials and supplies in congruence with the Montessori educational principles. You will find that our tuition is quite similar to various preschools, yet the quality of the Montessori education provides a better value for your family. You will find the survey of weekly tuition rates at Childcare Resource and Referral.
After Age 6
In the Sheboygan Area School District we have a Montessori Elementary program. The Northeast Wisconsin Montessori Charter School is part of the public school system and serves children from grades 1-6. Northeast Wisconsin Montessori Charter School