Montessori students reflect the utmost respect for their teachers, environment, nature, the right of others, and the community in general. This trait is the core of the Montessori principles.
Maria Montessori admired the creativity in every child. It is this creative mind that allows individuals to think, analyze, invent, seek different answers and solve problems with innovative ideas and solutions.
The multi-age classroom allows students to learn to collaborate with their peers. Collaboration is developed through the opportunity of working with students at different developmental levels. Montessorians help each other in academic, social, and emotional tasks and are given the tools to help, collaborate, and develop resolution in all those aspects.
Montessori graduates possess great leadership skills. The confidence that they acquired through the years of Montessori education allows them to develop an essential level of self-discipline, responsibility, and high self-esteem. They have the skills to face the world with problem-solving skills and leadership to successfully become our future leaders.