Incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1978, for over 30 years, the Montessori School of Sudbury has been located at 295 Victoria St., formerly known as King George School.
Our school contains six classrooms, several multi-purpose rooms, and a large gymnasium. In addition, children enjoy a large outdoor playing area.
We offer an affordable quality education. Our goal is to guide students to becoming successful adults. A Montessori education is preparation for life.
We accept children from the ages of 18 months to age 9. The Montessori School of Sudbury is registered under the Childcare and Early Years Act (CCEYA), licensed by the Ontario Ministry of Education and licensed as an Elementary Education Private School.
What is the Montessori approach to education?
Montessori is an individualized approach that helps each child reach full potential in all areas of life. It is a student-centred approach that encourages creativity and curiosity and leads children to ask questions, explore, investigate and think for themselves as they acquire skills. Maria Montessori started the first Montessori school in Rome in 1907.
Do you offer a French program?
The Montessori French Enrichment Program is a two year program for four and five year olds. The program itself is fun, interactive and engages in the development of vocabulary needed for expression and communication with others. Through songs, themes, puppets, rhymes, games, and the use of Montessori materials the children are given plenty of opportunity to use new words in real life situations.
Hours of Operation:
The school is open weekdays open from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm. Core class hours for full-day students is from 8:15 am to 4 pm. Students can be enrolled in before and after school programs for an additional monthly fee.
Laura Falvo, Administrator
295 Victoria Street, Sudbury