Montessori education develops the child as a whole, and helps children reach their fullest potential not only intellectually, but also emotionally, socially, physically, and spiritually.
Research has shown that children who attend Montessori programs grow to be competent, self-disciplined, and socially adjusted individuals. They are active and positive members of society, they are able to solve problems independently, and face they hardship with courage and strength.
Montessori children show respect for their environment and for others. They understand how to share, and they display patience and focus with their work.
Montessori children develop a strong understanding of a wide variety of subjects, and are typically very advanced in their basic skills.
Montessori education provides a peaceful, supportive, welcoming community, and prepares children for success in life.