American Montessori Society Member School

Montessori

Ƶ offers both elementary and middle schoolaccredited Montessori programs. The programs are consistent with Dr. Maria Montessori's philosophy that the role of education is to create a learning laboratory. Montessori methodology is based on movement, activity, and habits of work and order. Students are guided, moving from simple to complex and concrete to abstract concepts.The classroom environment is designed to facilitate maximum independent learning and exploration by the child. The curriculum is interdisciplinary and interactive. Concepts are taught using hands-on materials and encourage discovery, independence, and critical thinking.

Montessori offers multi-age classrooms. Pre-primary classes are for students three to six years old. Primary classrooms are for students six to nine years old, and intermediate classrooms are for students nine to eleven years old. Sixth grade students are the only single grade classroom. Adolescent age classrooms are for students thirteen to fourteen years old.

Checkout Ƶ Montessori from the student's perspective! Click for the video.

For more information about Ƶ Montessori, explore these resources the resources below. If you have additional questions, please contact Dr. Kara Hutton, Coordinator of Special Programs, at 402.715.8708 orkhutton@mpsomaha.org.

Montessori Ƶ in Ƶ

Ƶ offers Montessori in three Ƶ schools, two elementary schools and one middle school.

2405 South144th Street
Omaha, NE 68144
Alicia Kotlarz, Ed.D, Principal
402-715-1295

12424 Weir Street
Omaha, NE 68137
Mrs. Kristin Dolezal, Principal
402-715-8340

5304 South172nd Street
Omaha, NE 68135
Mr.Brent Snow, Assistant Principal
402-715-8500