Meadows Montessori opened in 2010 as Frederick, Maryland’s only authentic Montessori preschool for infants and children through kindergarten. Send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our state validated & licensed school offers child care and an educational curriculum based on Maria Montessori, her methodology and philosophy.
MSDE has approved us as a non-public school based on our certified teachers having a college education and a Montessori credential, as well as our full range of Montessori materials.
Meadows Montessori is affiliated with the American Montessori Society. Don’t settle on a daycare environment for your child.
The teachers emphasize core values like respect, patience, and independence through their nurturing, kind, and calm examples. They genuinely appreciate the children and believe in what they do.
Thank you so much for all of your hard work and effort with our son. We really appreciate how you helped to continue his love for learning. You always had his best interest at heart. Under your care, his curiosity, maturity and independent nature has grown.
We are very proud of our son and also grateful that he is in an environment where he is learning life lessons, no just reading and writing at Meadows. We are very thankful for you all of the teachers; we know you will have all the success in the world because of the love and dedication you put into teaching all the kids.
From the start, we were impressed with the discipline, patience and caring atmosphere with which each and every child is given and taught. Meadows Montessori is by far an educationally superior school with highly experienced and dedicated teachers and exceeds that of other childhood programs in the area.
I could go on for pages, but here are just a few of the things we love about Meadows Montessori: the level of respect shown to the students, the vocabulary that everyone uses, and the elegant, clean, and kid-sized environment.
Meadows provides a warm and caring atmosphere, but it is also challenging and fun. The kids have a chance to learn at their own pace, which can be really impressive! It’s always a pleasant surprise when you realize your kids know more than you thought they knew.
[The children] are introduced to artists and authors that preschoolers typically wouldn’t recognize, like Paul Giamatti and Mark Twain. We see our children’s confidence growing as they learn to appreciate the satisfaction of completing work for its own sake, as opposed to other reward systems.
Kim and TJ focus on making this school an extension of the family, always open and available to listen. Most importantly, the kids feel valued and special by their teachers, and vice versa. We appreciate all the hard work it takes to make this school so special.
[My daughter] has started giving me lessons and instructions when we are at home, and she says, “I believe in you, Mommy.” I know she can only use these phrases because someone has been regularly saying them to her; building her self-esteem through positive messages.
You have obviously put much thought into the design of your facility and it promotes calm, organized learning with just the right amount of stimulation. Our daughter is much better at putting away toys at home, cleaning up after herself, and I know that it is a result of good habits she is learning at school (because I sure couldn’t get her to do that before!).