Montessori 
 

Early Montessori Program Application Process.pdfEarly Montessori Program Application Process.pdfMaria Montessori was a physician who combined an interest in child development and educational theory with her study and practice of medicine. The first Montessori-based classroom opened over seventy years ago and since then the Montessori method has become well established in Europe and throughout North America.

Montessori Teaching Philosophy
The Montessori philosophy places an emphasis on individual student choice in learning and a balance between whole class lessons and individual lessons

Montessori Integration into Curriculum
The first Montessori class in Coquitlam was established at Austin Elementary School in 1979.

How to get involved
In 1983 a liaison committee was formed to provide a communication link between the district, the schools and the parents, and it has been an active component of the growth of the program.

When can my child start?
School aged children can enter the Montessori program in the September of the year they turn 5 years old.

For more information contact:

Myra Crosley - Administrative Assistant

For more information on the Coquitlam Montessori Society: www.coquitlammontessori.ca

For more information: ChairPerson@coquitlammontessori.ca

 Documents

Early Montessori Registration Process 2015.pdfEarly Montessori Registration Process 2015New12/17/2014 12:17 PM
Early Montessori Program Application Process.pdfEarly Montessori Program Application Process12/17/2014 11:26 AM
Late Montessori Program Application Process.pdfLate Montessori Program Application Process12/10/2014 11:54 AM
Middle School Montessori Brochure.pdfMiddle School Montessori Brochure12/6/2013 7:52 AM
Early Montessori Brochure.pdfEarly Montessori Brochure12/6/2013 7:52 AM
SD43 Montessori Map 2013.pdfSD43 Montessori Map 20131/15/2013 1:16 PM
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