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The Bilingual Montessori School of Boston

61 Rockwood Street, Jamaica Plain, MA

Costimate: $279/wk

The Bilingual Montessori School of Boston

A Private Independent Montessori School for Boys & Girls Serving Infants - Toddlers Preschool - Kindergarten

Founded in 1995 The Bilingual Montessori School of Boston is an international, multicultural, French bilingual school dedicated to guiding and nurturing children's' full development by providing a learning atmosphere that promotes peace, harmony and respect based upon Montessori principles of education.

The Bilingual Montessori School of Boston seeks to aid and inspire children of all races, color, gender creed, nationality and religion. The Bilingual Montessori School of Boston serves children ranging from Infancy to Kindergarten

Listen to the child with respect and humility; observe the child's rhythm, respect of the environment, the self, and all of us who make up mankind are the fundamental principles of our school.

The Bilingual Montessori School of Boston offers full-time, part-time, and after school program. During such time, the program includes series of activities that match the children's needs, encourage them to be independent, and help them develop physically, and emotionally. Our program is also designed to encourage the children explore, solve problems, and make them aware of the diversity of the world beyond their home.

Three basic tenets of our school:

Respect Yourself; Respect Others, Respect Your Environment

Our Music curriculum is designed around a composition of international songs, including classical, folk and children's songs. Musical concepts incorporated include: rhythm, pitch, form, dynamics, notation and harmony. The ear training involves singing and rhythmic training directly related to the pieces being taught.

Classes include: Developing piano techniques, strengthening dexterity and reinforcing ear training. Children are encouraged to freely explore the keyboard and are guided into improvising, or to creating a composition. Sometimes they simply "play" and sometimes they choose to work on certain pieces in their repertoire. The children regularly perform for one another, and at least once a year, are provided the opportunity to perform at larger concerts for parents and friends.

Dress Code

The purpose of a dress code is to minimize the influence of superficial matters in a Montessori community that places high value on the healthy development of mind, body, and spirit. A standard of appearance emphasizes the seriousness of our Montessori mission.
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Stony Brook School

284 Amory Street, Jamaica Plain, MA

Costimate: $274/wk

Stony Brook School is a small, innovative preschool located in Jamaica Plain. Aligned with the Reggio Emilia approach, the Stony Brook School offers a joyful, creative path for children to enter into a vibrant and engaged learning community, and to develop the building blocks and skills that will inform a lifelong love for learning.

Our school is a mindful and focused vision, wherein the youngest learners in our community will see and understand themselves as valued, contributing members of a caring network, and will acquire the skills to become creative, collaborative and critical thinkers. Our emergent, project and play-based program arises from the children's natural interests and developing skills. Our warm, inviting classrooms are thoughtfully curated to inspire movement, curiosity and inquiry, alongside urban explorations that celebrate our unique local community and partnerships.

Our passionate, caring and highly skilled educators are dedicated to teaching through an anti-bias lens. We maintain an inclusive learning community that welcomes, values and respects human differences, recognizes similarities, and that actively seeks to include imagery, histories, stories, and songs that represent our global community. We value each child's experience as both an individual and part of their own family culture, and invite the respectful sharing of identities that each child and family may bring. We are also committed to being a dynamic school: an environment that can recognize and serve the changing needs of our families, and to be continually informed by mentoring institutions and current research in early childhood education.
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