Our Mission

Our first Children's House, 1987

“Help me to do it myself.”

Children have repeated this phrase again and again, throughout time, all over the world. Dr. Maria Montessori believed that education should be an “aid to life” – the transformation of the total personality. Therefore, the Montessori approach is more than a teaching method, it is also a philosophy of life–a vision of humanity–that emerged from Dr. Montessori’s discovery of the child.

Since 1987, the aim of Children’s Workshop Montessori has been to develop within the child a global vision, a life-long love of learning and a sense of responsibility toward humanity. All aspects of the Montessori experience come together to foster the development of integrated, committed, respectful, loving and caring human beings.

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What makes Montessori education unique?

In Montessori, we follow the child rather than follow the curriculum. A Montessori school is completely child-centered -- we teach each child according to their specific needs to help them reach their full potential.
Grace & Courtesy at Children's Workshop

A Parent’s Perspective

"Our experience at Children's Workshop has been fantastic. The program is a true Montessori program, different from the chain programs that call themselves such. The staff is well prepared and loving. The children learn to become a part of a social family, while thriving academically. As parents, we have benefited not only from the school, but also from the fellowship with other parents. It is a joy to have found Children's Workshop Montessori! I highly recommend it!"
Owner's Manual for a Montessori Child