Montessori School of the Bay Area San Francisco

1550 Eddy Street San Francisco, CA 94115

Tel.(415) 292-7970

Fax(415) 474-7029

 

Montessori School of the Bay Area, strives for educational excellence. Our mission is to provide for each of its students a well-rounded, individualized educational and developmental experience, based on Montessori principles, that nurture a love of learning.

Continuity of learning develops a strong foundation which is built upon year after year. This provides a familiar setting which encourages long-term friendships and takes maximum advantage of the teacher/student relationship.

Goals and Objectives

Our primary goal is to help each child reach their full potential in all areas of life. Our activities promote the development of social skills, emotional growth, and physical coordination as well as cognitive preparation. Montessori School of the Bay Area will provide a carefully planned, stimulating environment, in which children can play and learn. Our specific goals and objectives are as follows:

To develop a positive attitude toward school and learning.
To develop high self-esteem.
To build concentration for lifelong study skills.
To develop and foster an abiding curiosity.
To develop 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.

Why Our School is Different...

We teach reading and writing
We teach math and language skills
We encourage social independence
We provide art enrichment
We teach computer literacy

Your child will find our classes are...

Nurturing & Protective
Comfortable & Calm
Varied & Enriching
Created in a home environment
In a structured setting

 

The child in a Montessori class is allowed to develop at their own pace intellectually. What is made available to the child are the keys and a road map to the exploration of the world. The child is shown a basic concept and is guided to build on that idea. The child learns each segment at their own pace, and moves on to the next as each one is mastered.

 

 

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