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New Age Montessori

321 Cimarron Trail
Irving, TX 75063

(972) 910-9730


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Philosophy & Approach

School Philosophy

General Approach to Learning: Montessori

Day in the Life

General School Mission

"The Montessori Method was developed in the late eighteen hundred by Maria Montessori, Italy's first female physician. She realized that a young child had a great potential for learning. To challenge a young mind she developed an alternative method of teaching that emphasized specially trained teachers and uniquely designed learning materials and apparatus – thus stimulating a pre school age child's mind.
New Age Montessori is committed to providing an excellent, nurturing Montessori learning environment where children can learn at their own individual pace with continuous progress. Our goal is to cultivate a Montessori environment which will nourish and channel their natural love for learning and allow them to reach their full potential and develop into self-confident and responsible individuals.
New Age Montessori is an American Montessori Society (AMS) member school and is licensed by the State of Texas as a private school.
The basic learning areas in the "prepared environment" are Language Arts, Mathematics, Sensorial, Practical Life, and the Cultural Subjects which include, Geography, Science and History. Enrichment program will also be offered. This includes Yoga, Gym, Art, Music, Spanish, and Computers. This provides a balanced curriculum for the personal, intellectual, and aesthetic development of each child.
Each classroom will provide a Certified Montessori teacher to guide the children in their work. Montessori materials will be provided for the children's "hands on" learning. Each child will be treated with love and respect."
Excerpted from the preschool's website

Home-School Connection

Parents Say They are Encouraged to:

  • Hold social events at the school to build community
  • Are able to visit the school anytime we want
  • Go on field trips
  • Volunteer in the classroom
  • Receive newsletters

Modes of Communication

  • Notes
  • Phone Calls
  • Email
  • Special Meetings
  • Two or More Regular Conferences
  • Drop-Off
  • Pick-Up
  • Regular newsletter/printed updates circulated to the whole school