3 - 5 Years

One of the primary goals of Fulbright Montessori Academy is to develop a strong and realistic sense of independence and self-reliance in young children. This area of the curriculum focuses on developing skills that allow the children to effectively control and deal with the social and physical environment in which they live.


In addition, there is a focus on manners, community living, and movement control. Each child experiences a growing pride in being able to “do it for myself.” Practical life lessons continue throughout the curriculum to increasingly advanced tasks, as appropriate.


A primary-age Montessori education offers a unique learning experience that helps to prepare children for their future. It encourages independent exploration, allowing students to develop at their own pace while giving them the freedom to select activities and focus on topics of interest. Through self-directed exploration, students cultivate critical thinking skills, problem-solving abilities, and a greater understanding of the subject matter and their interests.


What Our Parents Say:

"My 2 daughters go here for the past two years and we couldn't have been happier. They run their Montessori program well and communicate well with the parents. I love that they have security cameras in the front door and there are always staff members welcoming anyone that walks in the door. They are constantly decorating the school and classroom every season/holidays and coordinate performances for the kids. My girls sing and talk more every day since attended the school. I couldn't recommend this school enough!" - Hanna G.

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