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61 South Dean Road
Orlando, FL 32825

(407) 482-2370
(407) 384-0245
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March 19, 2015
They discriminate against the children of LGBT families. If your family is LGBT or you are an LGBT ally, I would not recommend this school.

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January 06, 2015
This is by far a great montessori school. My daughter is two and I already feel like she is getting a real education. You can definitely tell the difference between a preschool and a daycare. The facility is also very nice and well kept. It reminds me of a little school house and you can beat the playground. I also love my daughter's teachers they are very warm and caring. It's like you are family to them. I would definitely recommend it! They also have great festivals and activities every year.

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March 17, 2014
Is the Best School in Orlando. My children have made intelligent and Independent. I love this School.

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October 27, 2013
This is a school where children grow and flourish my kid were speaking Spanish by kindergarten , the teachers were nice and it was a really supportive environment. The kids form real bonds that they will keep forever, We still meet once a year with parents we met at this school Love you all .keep up he good work.

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September 16, 2012
My daughter was at a private christian school before finding this school. I am so happy I made the move. My daughter wakes up every morning looking forward to going to school even on weekends. The staff is friendly and loving towards the children. My daughter already has already learned more things here in just a few weeks then she did in a couple of years at her old school. The facility is clean and organized. I am extremely happy for my child to be here. Thank you MBA staff for making this experience a memorable one for my daughter. I can see how school can be fun while learning. By the way, she is already trying to speak spanish at home.

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July 29, 2012
Family and friends run this school. Their friends kids in school also. Some of the teachers not made for teachiing (cold and uncaring). Some administrative staff not good in those positions either which often happens when you give jobs to family and friends. You'll feel like your kid entered Oz when u drop them off cause there's a big mystery about what goes on behind the curtain. Communication is horrible about what goes on in your child's day. My child learned more Spanish watching Dora the Explorer. Beware that Montessori may not be the best option for all kids. Kids are given so much power of choice and for kids who have a propensity to make the wrong choices this environment causes havoc! "your child didn't eat cause they chose to play" or "your child didnt chose to use the bathroom before nap time so he wets himself everyday". Some kids just will not do well with that kind of freedom of choice! It took months to undo the damage caused by this school!

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March 04, 2012
My daughter was extremely shy and the staff at MBA were very patient and understanding with her and the progress my daughter has made, not only socially but in her overall education has far surpassed my expectations.

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October 28, 2010
The school just hosted a parent night yesterday, it was amazing. I could not believe all the lessons my daughter knew how to do and how precise she was. She is learning so much and I can really see her growth since she has been attending. Their staff is also amazing. I really feel that they care about my child and want nothing but the best for all their students. I look forward to many years to come at MBA. Sincerely, A very proud parent

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October 26, 2010
They do not watch the children! I was working on the roof at a bussiness next door and the kids were throwing rocks at me! When I brought it to the attention of one of the adults they didny seem to care

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November 05, 2009
amazing school, very loving and caring, my son just turn 4 and he is reading

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November 04, 2009
My son went to Pre-k and my daughter who is four is attending right now. I love the environment and teaching methods. The teachers are very caring. I would recommend the school to everyone that is looking for a wellrounded bilingual school. Grazias.

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August 19, 2009
My son has been at MBA since he was 2. We recently persuaded the principal to add 1st grade so he can stay in this amazing Montessori environment a little longer. A WONDERFUL school.

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April 14, 2009
School has gone down hill. Very unorganized and not a very caring place to bring your child. You get a bad feeling walking into the school.

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September 30, 2008
Wonderful teachers and an excellent principal. My son was exposed to a well rounded curriculum, loving and caring teachers.

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August 20, 2008
My two boys have attended MBA for 3 years and their experience as well as mine has been very rewarding. I am very happy with all that they have learned. It is hard to find a preschool and kindergarten class that gives such a well rounded education. My boys are not only learning to read and write but they are also learing about geography and science. I feel that the teachers are doing a great job at preparing my boys for grade school. Thank you to the teachers at MBA.

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January 22, 2008
When my twins went they have the best education I could ask for. My youghest know goes too also..time has change but the education that a child could received has not. Thanks to MBA family.

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May 24, 2007
My 5 year old daughter goes to MBA and she loves it. The teachers are really kind and they work hard to give the best learning experience to each child. The principal is also really nice and knows each child by their name. I'm looking forward the next years ahead.

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The habits and skills which a child develops in a Montessori classroom are good for a lifetime. They will help the child to work more efficienly, no matter where he/she goes. If the child is in a stimulating environment, whether at home or school, his self education, which is the only real education, will continue.


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Montessori Bilingual Academy
61 South Dean Road, Orlando, FL  32825
(407) 482-2370
Last modified Montessori Bilingual Academy is a Private school that serves grades PK-K
Montessori Bilingual Academy Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 19 reviews. Top