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About the School

home-img1The Montessori School of Elora was established in 2002 by Association Montessori Internationale (AMI)-trained teachers. The school, located in the historic Elora Centre for the Arts building on Melville Street, offers both primary and elementary programs. The primary program, for children 3½ to 6 years old, is available as full or half days. The elementary program, for grades 1 through 6, is full days only.

The Montessori School of Elora is dedicated to maintaining AMI standards and providing a high-quality Montessori education. Our goal is to help children reach their full potential in all areas of study in an environment that enables them to develop at their own pace and according to their own abilities. We believe that school should be a positive experience, where children gain confidence, become independent learners and, above all, find joy in learning.

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What Sets Montessori Apart

In a Montessori classroom, the children set their own learning pace. Progress is not dictated by the average progress of the class or by school board timelines. The self-governing learning process removes any sense of failure.

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How to Register

If you would like to learn more about the Montessori School of Elora, please call or email us to arrange a tour with your child. You can also attend one of our upcoming open houses. At the school, you will receive an information package that includes a registration form. You can also download a printable form here.

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We are now accepting applications for children 3.5 to 12 years old.

Montessori School students will see their work published.

The Montessori School of Elora announced that six of its students who entered short stories in the annual Polar Expressions Publishing contest have successfully made it through the first round of judging and will see their work published later this year.
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