Brackendale Montessori

Confidence · Compassion · Respect

Brackendale Montessori is a non-denominational, co-educational Montessori pre-school. In true Montessori form, we strive to create an environment, like home, that is nurturing, warm and welcoming. Our staff’s commitment to embrace each child as a unique individual encourages and ignites the child’s own natural desire to learn.

Our curriculum, at Brackendale, is thoughtfully structured, filled with purposeful activities that accommodate individual tempo and designed to lead to the empowerment of achievement. Our staff brings together many diverse elements to their teaching that in the end delivers a unique tapestry of learning.

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Open House: Feb 8, March 7,  April 4 & 18, May 9 & 23, June 6 (11am to 1pm).

Infants

Our infant program is committed to promoting quality Montessori infant care for children from six months to eighteen months. Learn More

Toddlers

For children ages 18 months to 2.5 years. We know that the first three years of child’s life are the most formative. Learn More

Casa

For children ages 2.5 to 6 years old. The carefully prepared environment is designed to take advantage of the child’s readiness to learn. Learn More

Elementary

Our elementary program is individually catered to each child and is filled with hands on activities that cultivate tenacious learners. Learn More

Working Process

Confidence · Compassion · Respect

All of our interactions with students, parents and our community are governed by the three virtues: confidence, compassion and respect. Our faculty and administration reflect these core values and impart them on our students every day.

Children are born creative, intelligent, and curious; our approach unleashes the child’s sense of wonder. Our goal is not to control, but rather to inspire children to foster a love of learning that lasts a lifetime. At the heart of Montessori lies a deep and profound respect for the child as a unique human being, who voluntarily learns and shows respect and thoughtfulness for themselves and others around them.

The child is inspired not by the end result but by the actual task which requires imagination, intellect and creativity, gradually leading them to independence. We believe that while learning to read and write will get a child through school, it is more important to acquire the skill to think for themselves (learning how to learn) so they can succeed both in school and life.

Campus Gallery

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