Allowing children to experience the joy of learning at an early age
Fountain Valley Montessori has decided to re-open on Friday, May 1st. Many of our families are still working and are in need of care and stability for their children. It is our intent and duty to continue to provide our support and services for our beloved families. The health and safety of our community is a shared responsibility and one that we take seriously.
Our school’s new hours are 8:00am-5:00pm Monday- Friday. The following are the 5-day week schedule options:
- Full Day 8:00am- 5:00pm
- School Day 9:00am- 3:00pm
- Half Day 9:00 am- 12:00pm OR 1:00pm- 4:00pm
Please note we will be returning to our normal business hours 7:00am-6:00pm Monday- Friday as of September 2020.
Should you have any questions, please contact our School Director, Sneha Mehta, at email@example.com.
A Child-Centered Curriculum
“Instruction becomes a living thing. Instead of being illustrated, it is brought to life.” — Maria Montessori
"To assist a child we must provide him with an environment which will enable him to develop freely." - Maria Montessori
A Child-Centered Community
Dates to remember
Fountain Valley Montessori was established in January 2002 to follow the teachings and principles of Maria Montessori through well prepared environments that meet the needs and challenges of all children.
We strive for academic excellence through practical exercises in the areas of Language, Math, Geography, Science, Sensorial Activities and Practical Life. We commit to instilling in the child a natural and ongoing curiosity toward the world around them and create a true love of learning that will stay with the child throughout life. We strive to promote social graces and caring for each other and the world around them. To meet the needs of each child’s individual spirit, we allow them the freedom to explore, make mistakes, question and grow at a pace comfortable to the child. Our mission is to create a physical environment that allows a child to feel a sense of belonging, to feel safe and secure, to develop and strengthen their self-esteem. Finally, to hold firm to the words of Maria Montessori herself, “The education of the very young child does not prepare him for school, but for life.”