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Building a lifelong love of learning

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For over 35 years, Montessori Day School has been providing quality Montessori education in the Chapel Hill community. Our experienced teachers respect the unique personality and learning style of each child and do not compare a child to norms or standards that are measured by traditional educational systems. Our philosophy encourages a child to learn in his or her own way and proceed at his or her own pace, with an unlimited curriculum, teaching self-reliance and independence, leading to more opportunities to develop abstract thinking. Our students benefit from our emphasis on and expectation of mutual respect, grace, and courtesy. Our goal at Montessori Day School is to provide a stimulating, child oriented environment where children ages 18 months to 12 years can explore, touch, and learn without limitations. The end result is to build a life-long love of learning.
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Students ages 3-12 Toddler Preschool Elementary Enrollment Afterschool Program Financial Aid
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Preschools & Kindergarten, Schools, Private Schools (K-12), Elementary Schools
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dcassara

09/17/2002

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Best school for all types

Not only is Montessori the way to go, but this school has an elementary teacher (Cathy Beemer-part owner) that has done more for my child than we could have ever hoped. We took him out of public school when they demanded we put him on ritalin - turned out he did NOT have ADD or ADHD, he had Asperger's Syndrome which ritalin does not help. Not only is it a stable, kind, enriching environment, but the children are taught how to respect each other and how to work on their own.

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