Christian Montessori Academy students learn at their own pace in a cooperative atmosphere. They are encouraged to make choices to help develop a sense of independence and self-worth. The Montessori materials provide concrete learning experiences and the joy of discovery. They are also the basis for abstraction in future learning. The classroom Guide assists each child with lessons and therefore, "guides" him in his educational journey.
We believe that the impressions formed today have a lasting impact on a child's attitude towards learning and life itself.
Children attending CMA are not viewed as a group, but rather as individuals working toward their full potential within our community.
In a Christ-centered environment, Christian Montessori Academy educates the whole child using the Montessori Method.
TRADITION OF DIVERSITY
Christian Montessori Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, national or ethnic origin, disability, age or any other class protected by law, in administration of its policies, practices or procedures, including admission of students and educational services.
Applicants and their families should understand that Dr. Maria Montessori's collaborated religious curriculum will be present and taught in each classroom.
Dr. Maria Montessori was a scientist and physician who pioneered early childhood learning and facilitated, through her own designs, a way of educating children through purposeful play. Her curriculum includes all basic subjects: mathematics, language, writing, reading, science, history, geography, sensorial experiences, and life skills for children as young as age 3.
The Montessori method of instruction has been in place for over 100 years and continues to produce individuals who are capable of making decisions, learn to their fullest potential, question the world around them, and strive to overcome.