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Marimont Montessori

801 FM 685
Pflugerville, TX 78660

(512) 990-2351


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Philosophy & Approach

School Philosophy

General Approach to Learning: Montessori

Day in the Life

General School Mission

The main objective of Marimont Montessori School Inc is to provide a carefully planned, stimulating environment which will help children develop within themselves the foundational habits, attitudes, skills and ideas which are essential for a lifetime of creative thinking and learning.

The specific goals for the children who attend the School are:

* To develop a positive attitude toward school and learning.
* To develop a sense of high self-esteem.
* To building habits of concentration for lifelong study skills.
* To develop and foster an abiding curiosity.
* To develop habits of initiative and persistence.
* To foster inner discipline and a sense of order.
* To develop sensory-motor skills in order to sharpen the ability to discriminate and judge.
* To develop socially-acceptable behavior.
* To acquire the basic skills necessary for a lifetime of learning
* To help develop each child's innate, ultimate potential through high self-expectations.

The structure of the curriculum is based on five developmental areas: Sensory and Perceptual, Physical and Motor, Self-help Skills, Language, and Social and Emotional. Dr. Montessori emphasized the need for a rich environment, and noted the speed at which children can develop: "If our own adult ability were to be compared with the child's, we would need sixty years of hard work to do what he or she does in three."

Home-School Connection

Parents Say They are Encouraged to:

  • Hold social events at the school to build community
  • Fundraise
  • Are required to make donations ourselves
  • 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
  • Voice Mail
  • Email
  • Special Meetings
  • Two or More Regular Conferences
  • Drop-Off
  • Pick-Up
  • Regular newsletter/printed updates circulated to the whole school


Separation is Handled through:

  • Pre-entry meetings with parents at school
  • Small group sessions
  • Extra staff dedicated to handle separation
  • Abbreviated schedule at start of school year

Handling Separation: From the Director

If children are having difficulty with separation, they can move to an abbreviated schedule to help them ease into the new setting.