At Longmeadow Montessori Internationale, we believe that Montessori is more than just a method of education; it is a philosophy of life that we honor in our classroom. We believe the Montessori principles support a child’s fullest development, independence, initiative, creativity, self-discipline, and confidence.
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“We cannot begin to thank you for the incredible education you provide to our son every day. We are so fortunate that every day, our son’s love of learning is nurtured and inspired by such an amazing group of teachers. THANK YOU!”
“Thanks for making Montessori a wonderful environment for our children to grow and learn. They have both learned a great deal and truly enjoy going to school. In addition, I have learned a great deal as well as from the Parenting events.”
“I am always impressed at the projects my daughter brings home. Her creativity has really blossomed. Overall, she is the happiest I have ever seen her.”
“Our child has learned and grown in leaps and bounds at your school. You are truly a “Grade A+ school!”
“Absolutely, hands down a phenomenal program!”
“I was very pleased with every aspect of the school and with the teachers’ ability to quickly asses my child’s skill level and find lessons that keep him challenged. My son loves coming to school every day. Thank you for the excellent program and contributing to my son’s love of learning!”
“I really appreciate the time the teachers spend preparing for the conferences. In my 7th year of conferences and all the teachers my kids have had were very good at relaying the strengths/weaknesses of our kids.”
“As a parent who is new to the school, they made me feel so welcome and were always friendly. It is such a relief to know that every day, my little boy is in such good hands. Your kindness and compassion toward my son even through many challenging days/moments is appreciated more than I can express.”
“My child has learned a tremendous amount that is not offered in the public school.”