Academic Programs

Pebblecreek Montessori School
  • Academic Programs

    Pebblecreek believes that the world is best served by confident, creative and independent learners who understand the interdependence of all living creatures and who internalize respect for self, others and the environment.

    We offer full and part-time programs for infant, pre-toddler and toddler aged children.

    The early childhood programs offer Half Day, School Day, and Extended Day Programs for infants through children aged 6 years old.

    Elementary program students (1st through 6th grades) attend School Day or Extended Day hours.

    6 Wk - 15 Mo
    15 mo - 24 mo
    24 mo - 36 months
    3 yr - 6 yr
    Grades 1 - 3
    Grades 4 - 6
  • Spanish Program

    Pebblecreek believes that education should entail a balance between theory and practicality.

    Learning a language is a process that involves the natural development of phonemic awareness, sound discrimination and the development of expressive and receptive language.

    For this to happen, it should be taught at a very early age, while the channels of the brain are most receptive to language development, preferably at the same time the native language is being taught.

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  • Summer Camp Programs

    We believe the Montessori materials are merely tools to develop multi-sensory thinkers into abstract thinkers who have an increased capacity for critical thinking and superior communication skills.

    All children in attendance during the summer months will attend the camps. There is no additional charge for children enrolled in our 12-month program. Camps will run daily from 9:00am-12:00pm. All children will stay at school for lunch.

    Our current students and eligible siblings will get priority placement in our summer program followed by an open enrollment period for the general public. The summer program will consist of 10 sessions; each session lasting one week.

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