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The Children’s House

 

The Children’s House curriculum is a scientifically, prepared environment, which supports the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development of each child between the ages of 3 years and 6 years old.  Montessori multi-age classrooms are organized based on three-year cycles, with each child staying in the same classroom for three years, before moving up to the next level.  Students of different ages and ability levels learn from and alongside each other, with the help of individualized goal-setting and instruction from a certified guide.  The children in this classroom have transitioned from the Toddler House, are independent in toilet use, can eat and drink independently with little mess, can work more autonomously, can sit for a story in a group setting, and are ready for a more academic environment.  

The Children’s House classroom areas afforded to the child are Practical Life, Sensorial, Language, Math, and Cultural, which includes Geography & Science. The classroom is organized in a sequential manner ranging in difficulty from concrete to more abstract concepts. 

The children in this classroom continue to strengthen speech and language development in both English & Spanish; strengthen both fine and gross motor skills as they explore self, family, and the world in which they live, work on mathematical concepts and strategies, participate in direct observations and manipulation of physical properties in the areas of Life Science, Physical Sciences, Earth Science, and Scientific Reasoning. The development of order, concentration, coordination, and independence begins in the inviting area of Practical Life where children develop further independence in the care of self and the environment and while developing all five senses they prepare for the progression into academic work.  The Sensorial Curriculum area assists in the development of observation and problem solving skills by refining skills that help young children learn how to think, reason, and make distinctions through the senses.  Children in this classroom also participate in outdoor environment learning every day, all day Spanish exposure, gardening, baking/cooking, and circle time through a regular daily routine providing an uninterrupted three hour morning work cycle followed by an afternoon work cycle after lunch and outdoor recess.

The student teacher ratio in this classroom is larger than that of the Toddler House with a low student to teacher ratio of 1 teacher per 8 students.

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Our school operates on a ten month schedule from August to May. We provide a Monday-Friday program schedule for both our Toddler and Children's House classrooms.  We also offer an optional Summer program in June & July.

Half Day

8:30AM-12PM

Offers a morning work cycle, a school provided nutritious snack, and outdoor playtime. Gardening, baking, Spanish, and music included. 

 

Full Day

8:30AM-2:30PM

Offers a morning & afternoon work cycle, a morning & afternoon school provided nutritious snack, home packed lunch served family style, nap (nap mat provided), and outdoor playtime. Gardening, Baking, Spanish, and Music included.

 

Extended Care

Drop off as early as 8AM and pick up as late as 4PM.

Offers added outdoor playtime, gardening, arts & crafts, and a school provided afternoon snack.

  Children's House Tuition

School Year 2024-2025

Monthly payments are based on one full academic year's charges divided into ten (10 ) equal payments so that the monthly payments do not fluctuate. Each payment is due on or before the 5th of the month prior to the month of service.
      

   
Half Day 10 equal payments of $933.00 per month

Full Day 10 equal payments of $1025.00 per month

Extended Care: 8 AM-4 PM $255 additional per month, per child

Late pick up fee: charged at a rate of $1/per minute.

New Students: A $300, one time, non-refundable, non-transferable, enrollment fee per child due upon enrollment.

Returning Students: A $200, per school year, non-refundable, non transferable, enrollment fee due at time of reenrollment.

Additional Fees: Credit Card transaction fee of 3.4% of tuition plus $0.25 for processing fees.

Discounts: 5% monthly sibling discount for 2nd child registered during same school year. 5% discount if the annual tuition is paid in full at the time of enrollment at the beginning of the school year.

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