My daughter is in the early childhood. She is the first year there. She knows three letter blending and adding using her beads. We are so glad to see her progress. They hand out a calendar every month to show the activities in a month, my daughter’s birthday also in the December Calendar, which make her very happy. She likes to see the calendar and read the activity of each day. They also offer outdoor class room, dance class and field trip, which make them learn not just academic, but every aspects of everyday life and science. They also have a lot of after school classes you can choose to register, like karate, zumba and ballet. So you don’t need to looking for after school classes. My daughter loves zumba and battet a lot. Teachers care about each student in the class room. My daughter once had very heavy running nose, making the skin below her nose turn red, the teacher noticed this and gave her moisture, which make her feel better. MCS is like a big family, every teacher knows her name and greeting to her everyday. Even if we are the last one to pick her up, her teachers would read her books to accompany with her. She is a energetic girl, but since she is in MCS, she can sit quietly with her work now. We love MCS.
3401 S 2000 ESalt Lake City, UT 84109
From Business: Evergreen Junior High School enrolls more than 795 students in grades seven through nine. The school offers classes in English, math, science and physical education…
Montessori Community School is an ideal match for our daughter. She is curious and extroverted, like many toddlers, and is still learning how to work in groups and use her words, like almost all toddlers. The teachers at MCS encourage her to grow in her strengths and to improve in other areas. With two years of Montessori under her belt, she has become a child who respects others and works for the good of the community but also knows her mind and constantly explores new interests. I went to Montessori for my preschool years, so I knew that I wanted to check out Montessori schools for my own child. This school, more than any other I’ve ever experienced, truly embraces the philosophy. Not only in the classroom, but in the community events and parent education nights. This is not to say they are dogmatic; actually, they are extremely open to making adjustments for individual children. Our child’s teachers have become our partners in guiding her to a happy and productive life. I can’t say enough about how happy we are with MCS. My daughter loves to go to school every day and talks about all her friends and teachers. Recently, she told us that she wants to be a teacher when she grows up. That’s a big compliment.
We moved our son to this school at age 3 after a disappointing experience at a different early childhood program What a difference!! Teachers at MCS are professionally trained Montessori teachers, most of whom have been teaching this program for years, often decades. Equally important, the continuing education is clearly rigorous and ongoing, and the teachers remain PASSIONATE about what they do--which is clearly transmitted in a palpable, excited-about-learning feel as soon as you enter the building. My son is now in his fourth year--completing first grade-- and we couldn't be happier for several reasons. First, he is doing phenomenally academically. Montessori gives kids a chance to move ahead as they are ready. Second, the teacher/student ratio is amazing--2 teachers to 20 students in his class. Third, being in an age group/class for three years gives teachers a chance to know and care deeply about each child. This has been a great comfort, especially last year when my son's father and I divorced--his school and teachers were such a stable, nuanced part of his support system. We are so glad we found MCS and that we are staying past early childhood into the elementary years.