We have been serving the Washington community for over 30 years! Our method had been proven to be the most successful form of education for young children.
Our students learn not only math, language, geography, and botany but also practical life and sensorial (the senses). Montessori education excels in helping the child to master control over him/herself thus leading to leaps in education.
We follow AMI principals and encourage parents to learn all they can about this amazing method of learning.
Washington Montessori School will work to have an inspiring environment for children to develop inner discipline, self-assurance, and a love of learning. The uniqueness of each child will be respected by helping each child to develop skills at periods of greatest readiness and sensitivity.
Our students will learn to view themselves as contributing members of a diverse global community. We will respect and value differences, and look with an open mind at all members of the community, seeking to understand and value them for who they are. The staff, the parents and the children will communicate clearly and openly and treat each other with honest and mutual respect.
This mission will be accomplished by:
Adhering to Montessori theory and practice as defined by the Association Montessori Internationale (AMI)
Fostering involvement of parents, teachers, students and the larger community.
Educating parents, teachers and the community about the Montessori Method.
Jennifer Isgrigg is an Association Of Montessori Internationale (AMI) diploma holder. Her past experience is in Early Childhood education and has been instructing Montessori classes for over 9 Years.
Karen Becker has a BS in Elementary Education and is certified in the state of Missouri to teach grades 1 - 6.
Kelsey Laymon is a Washington High School graduate who has joined Washington Montssori School. She attended ECC and is undecided on her major.
Washington Montessori School
210 High Street
Winner of "The Best of Washington 2013 - Child Care" award!