About us

Vision For a Better Tomorrow

The conventional educational system was designed during the industrial revolution, when the masses moved into urban areas to work in factories.

They created an effective method of training the following generations of factory workers. Children were instructed to memorize and regurgitate facts – to stop working when the bell rings – to sit in nice, neat rows of desks and ask for permission to move. It is no longer relevant in our modern culture.

Today, successful people work on projects not factory lines. They are rewarded for creating things rather than following orders. And, they are expected to adapt quickly to change within their profession, rather than working at the same job for 50 years. As we peek into the uncertain future of the 21st century, we offer a safe harbor for parents: a research-based method that has been proven to develop some of the brightest minds of our times and is well positioned to develop the movers and shakers of tomorrow.

Our mission is to provide a complete Montessori program which considers the emotional, intellectual, physical, and social development of the total child by addressing the
uniqueness of each in a nurturing, emotionally secure and academically excellent environment. Our vision is for each and every child to be happy and be empowered with

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Our Philosophy

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Our philosophy is to foster independence, love of learning, and positive sense of self in a prepared environment. Every child is respected and encouraged to function independently at his or her own developmental rate. By making the most of our close-knit community, children are given the best care and attention throughout the entire day that allows us to develop positive, long-lasting relationships with the children and their families. Our faculty is caring, highly trained professionals with knowledge about child psychology who passionately aid in developing confidence and self-esteem at every stage of a child’s development.

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The mindful teacher

From running a Montessori school to stepping into the shoes of a parent at home, Shantha Shankar’s life revolves around children .. Read More