The purpose of the Infant/Toddler Development Program at the Montessori School is to encourage, assist, and protect the normal development of each child.
The Early Primary program consists of a mixed age group ranging from 18 months to 2 1/2 years. In the loving Montessori environment the most important concepts are kindness, care of self and focus.
The Primary educational program is based on the premise that young children flourish with gentle guidance and the freedom to work at their own pace.
The Montessori Elementary program goal is to inspire students to become independent thinkers who as adults constantly observe and inquire about their environment.
To provide a carefully planned, stimulating environment which will help children develop within themselves the foundational habits, attitudes, skills and ideas which are essential for a lifetime of creative thinking and learning.
The Fayetteville Montessori School was established in 1974. It is a year round school that excels in teaching children to become independently motivated through the use of Montessori materials and trained Montessori guides. The Montessori School offers educational programs for six week old infants through the sixth grade. As our school population has grown, so has the need for an expansion of the campus. We currently have four buildings for our students. The main building houses the administration, Early Primary and Primary aged children. Our Infant/Toddler building houses children aged six weeks to eighteen months. A second Primary building houses two classrooms and space for enhancement programs. Our Elementary building houses elementary aged children ages five through nine. With an ethnically diverse student population, our children are encouraged to develop a strong respect for themselves as well as a respect for others in our community.