Pebblecreek Montessori School Enrollment
  • Admissions and Enrollment

    Pebblecreek Montessori seeks to develop a diverse learning community composed of individuals with various life experience, feelings, hopes and challenges.

    Once your application has been processed, and we have received student transcripts (if applicable), we will schedule a student visit. Your child will visit an age-appropriate classroom during class time so that assessments and observations may be made.

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  • School Logo and Uniforms

    Each branch represents different planes of development from toddler through elementary.

    The school logo is a tree with varying-sized branches and leaves. Each branch represents different planes of development from toddler through elementary. Each branch is attached to the trunk which roots the foundation; the beginning of existence. As the tree is nurtured and cared for, it develops and grows, it becomes more complex, unfolding into a beautiful sturdy living thing. With the addition of each new leaf, the tree becomes stronger and more independent. No two trees are alike, yet beautiful in their own right. The school colors are white, navy & green.


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  • International Montessori Accreditation

    Pebblecreek Montessori School is a proud member of the International Montessori Council

    The Montessori Foundation and International Montessori Council (IMC)
    The Montessori Foundation and its membership organization, The International Montessori Council, are non-profit educational organizations, that nurture, inspire, and support the development of strong, successful Montessori schools around the world. 

    Association Montessori Internationale (AMI)    American Montessori Society (AMS)

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    • Infant

      PCM provides a Montessori environment designed for infants, 6 weeks to 18 months of age, to explore freedom of movement and sensory development with four infants to each caregiver.

    • Toddler Transition

      When infants reach specific benchmarks around the age of 12 months, their guide begins the process of transitioning them to the next stage of development – the toddler level.

    • Toddler Program

      Pebblecreek Montessori’s toddler program offers a child the opportunity to grow socially, emotionally and cognitively through real and positive interactions and carefully chosen materials.

    • Primary Program

      At the primary level, children develop independence, self-discipline and the basics of academics including practical life, sensorial, language, mathematics, science, art, and cultural studies.

    • Lower Elementary

      Pebblecreek Montessori offers individual work plans for each student in math, language, and cultural subjects based on a curriculum that meets and, in most cases, exceeds Texas state standards.

    • Upper Elementary

      Upper Elementary builds upon the academic foundation laid in lower elementary and develops social, leadership, and life skills beyond traditional education systems.

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