Montessori Academy prepares students for life, helping them to develop a lasting passion for learning to grow into capable, accountable, and independent young adults with a strong sense of self, the ability to connect with others, and the confidence to thrive in the real world.
- We promise to offer a loving, safe, and supportive environment where children can learn, explore, socialize, and grow as part of a community that shares the same values.
- We promise to support the individual needs of each child, allowing them to develop at their own pace while learning about other cultures.
- We promise to teach our students to be independent workers and thinkers, to develop respect for themselves and others, as well as our world and environment.
I can honestly say that Montessori Academy has been able provide an excellent experience for each one of our 3 very different children. Our oldest is now taking honors classes at a college preparatory high school and scored in the 80th percentile overall on her PSAT, 87th percentile in reading and writing.
We could not be happier with the decision we made to keep our son at Montessori Academy and the investment we made in his education. He was challenged throughout the curriculum and received all the support he needed to graduate with a high academic standing and a deep sense of humanity.
I HIGHLY recommend Montessori Academy of Broward to anyone and everyone interested in giving the gift of a great all-around foundation to their kids. My daughter has thrived here not just academically, but emotionally as well. Montessori is not just a school—it's a family.
There are so many things I love about Montessori–from little things like EVERY teacher knowing EVERY child and their parents (and sometimes grandparents) by name to the safe, clean and professional learning environment they with all the tools they could want to prosper in their academic life, at their own pace.
Our son is now a happy young man who knows that he received the tools he needed to succeed and accomplish his dream of obtaining an academic scholarship at American Heritage High School. Not only did he get accepted into the honors program at an elite high school, but the rest of his graduating class did as well.