Welcome to Montessori Center School.
For over fifty years, MCS has been committed to academic excellence, providing students with a quality education, encouraging the development of the whole child and instilling a lifelong love of learning.
Our highly trained teachers have decades of experience and an unmatched passion for the Montessori philosophy. The MCS program emphasizes independence, freedom within limits, and respect for the child. It builds the academic, intellectual, physical, social, and emotional well-being of the child while challenging each child to achieve his or her potential.
Our well-structured classroom environments are inspiring and engaging, allowing exploration of a broad scope of curricular areas. We invite you to visit our extraordinary campus to see firsthand how a love of learning can be nurtured in a beautiful setting.
Saturday, November 16 | 11 am – 1 pm
Tour our thoughtfully-designed classrooms and garden
campus to discover how a Montessori education fosters
independent, self-motivated, creative, life-long learners.
RVSP to Alyssa Morris at email@example.com or 805-683-9383 x 104.
I do not believe there is a method better than Montessori for making children sensitive to the beauties of the world and awakening their curiosity regarding the secrets of life.
— Gabríel Garcia Márquez, Nobel Prize Winning Author
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Recent Blog Posts
The holiday season is in full swing and if you haven’t already started your shopping you’re probably thinking about it! This week we take a look at gifts for children, whether they be your own kids, nieces and nephews, or friends. Read on for a Montessori...
If you haven’t already noticed the slight chill in the morning air, the changing seasons are likely creeping into your thoughts. Winter is coming, as they say. This has us looking forward to cozy evenings curled up on the couch with our families. In recent...
Montessori math materials are nothing short of amazing. While they look quite different than what we used growing up (pencil and paper?) there are intentional reasons for these methods. Read on to learn more... The Basics Much of the Montessori curriculum...
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One hallmark of a Montessori education is the use of multi-age classrooms. Our Pre-Primary classrooms serve children ages 18 months to three years. Our Primary classrooms are for children ages 3-6, with preschool and kindergarten-aged children together. Our Lower...
Maria Montessori based her entire educational philosophy on the idea that children developed through a series of four planes. Each of these planes is easy to recognize and has clear, defining characteristics. If we study and understand these stages, we can...