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Montessori School Of Elkhart1
Posted March 07, 2012
- a parent
This is a great daycare, pitiful excuse for a school. Now that my son is enrolled in an accredited school it is very evident that he was not being taught, he was being babysat. Parents should beware, if they are looking for a superior education by enrolling their child in private school they are absolutely not going to get it here.
I would highly recommend this school to everyone. I have a child in elementary and in 3-6 program and the culture and arts that are being taught is amazing along with self esteem and manners they are learning is incredible. Very thankful for this school for my children have a real love for learning and it feels as if we are all family at this school
The toddler program for this school is outstanding. My daughter really responded well and has grown in her abilities a great deal. The pre-school is good too, but she isn't learning as much as I don't think she is getting as much personal attention like she did in the toddler program (there are more students per teacher in pre-school).
After being so thrilled with how our son had excelled at MSE, we decided to enroll our daughter this year as well. With one in early childhood (3-6 yrs) and one in the toddler group, we couldn't be happier. They are both stimulated creatively, intellectually and socially with close attention paid to each child's individual needs and talents. Very highly recommended!
I have been thrilled with the progress my daughter has made while attending this wonderful school. She entered as a child with some developmental delays and now she is surpassing all our expectations! I attribute her success to the well-educated and caring teachers she has had the opportunity to work with so far. We plan on enrolling our second child very soon.
Good potential school, but never updated the elementary program to the extent they said it would. All montessori schools teach about the same way, it just depends on the faculty they have and how well trained they are.
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