Welcome to Les Enfants Montessori. Whether you are already a part of the Les Enfants community or are thinking about entrusting us with the care of your child in the future, we hope you see the enthusiasm, ability and pride we have for our school and the little ones in it.
As you look through these pages we hope you take note of the possibilities that all children have. It is up to us, the parents and the educators, to hone the hearts, minds and hands of our children. Teaching them that that they really can do whatever it is that they wish in life is only half of it. We must prepare them properly so they can harness the ambition with the right tools to turn that ambition into success.
The Montessori Method is a proven system that works. But a system is only as good as the people that run it and the location from where it is run. Our facility is large enough that our children have space to release their energy in a positive manner. For 35 years, our teachers and support staff love the children in their care and have the educational backgrounds and certifications to develop your children into the talented men and women that this world needs.
Our primary aim is to preserve the child's natural curiosity and nourish and encourage the love of learning that is present in each child. Children learn respect for each other and the environment and while developing confidence and self-awareness through a hands on and visual approach when working with the materials. This makes learning more attractive and inviting for every child.
When kids are encouraged to express themselves and take risks in creating art, they develop a sense of innovation that will be important in their adult lives. Art is a way to encourage the process and the experience of thinking and making things better!”
Teaching children to recognize the choices an artist or designer makes in portraying a subject helps kids understand the concept that what they see may be someone’s interpretation of reality.
A report by Americans for the Arts states that young people who participate regularly in the arts are four times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement, to participate in a math and science fair or to win an award for writing an essay than children who do not.