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EXPLORE EARLY CHILDHOOD WITH US

We understand the journey that you and your child are taking.  Beyond our work as Montessori educators and early childhood specialists, we're parents and siblings, informed by our own developmental paths, constantly learning and growing.  The search for beautiful and lively early childhood education is familiar to our faculty and staff.  It's what led us to the Montessori method in the first place.  And it's what brought you here.

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AFFORDABLE EXCELLENCE

We know the deep and lasting value of early childhood education.  We also know that an authentic Montessori Primary Program with trained and certified faculty tends to cost more per month than daycare.  At Maria’s House, we believe that excellence isn’t exclusive.  Click here to explore our grants and aid page, or talk with us directly to see what we’re doing to keep real Montessori affordable.

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Our House

Completed in 1874 and dedicated to service as an orphanage in 1907, the Fretz Mansion is the perfect setting for Montessori.  Take a two minute tour (with audio) here.

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OUR APPROACH

Spend a few minutes with our executive director, Laine Walker, as she reflects on the Montessori experience at Maria's House.

The Montessori Difference

New Here?

Maria's House accepts rolling applications based on availability.  Our 2021-22 academic year began on Monday, August 30.  Click below to explore our Family Information Packet.
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Maria's House Senior Associate Megan Ciarlante, M.Ed,
reflects on Dotteressa Maria Montessori,
the four pillars of the method,
and the road that led to her life as a Montessori guide.

Where to now?