The Foundations Class

  • A small group learning environment founded on Montessori principles for infants and young children aged 12 to 18 months.
  • Our ratio of one educator for every 3 children helps guide exploration of the carefully prepared learning environment and nurtures the many discoveries of this foundational period.
  • Classes are only offered on a five full-day basis for this age group to provide the consistency of predictable caregivers and routines to our youngest students.
  • We nurture the development of movement with an intelligent purpose, provide a stimulating environment for sensory discovery, and encourage early language skills.


  • An introductory Montessori program for toddlers and pre-schoolers aged 18 months to 2 ½ years.
  • Classes are available on a half or full-day basis with schedule options ranging from 3 to 5 days per week.
  • Our ratio of one educator for every 5 students helps children build trust and confidence in relationships with teachers and peers.
  • The class provides a safe and nurturing learning environment to develop what Dr. Montessori called the child's "absorbent mind".
  • With a focus on the development of social interaction, language, and self-help skills (including toilet-training), we guide our ‘freshmen’ toward success in a classroom community.

Junior Casa

  • An engaging Montessori program for children from age 2 ½ to 4 years old.
  • Classes are available on schedules ranging from 3 half days to 5 full days.
  • We focus on building the foundation skills for life-long learning, including independence, concentration, self-confidence, and a strong academic foundation in language, math, science and the arts.
  • Our 1:8 ratio of teacher/guide to child ensures each child receives individual attention and guidance as they learn to work with the Montessori self-directed learning materials and build social relationships with peers.
  • The “whole child” is developed through a balanced and integrated program of creative arts, music & movement, computer, French, and co-operative games.

Senior Casa

  • A rich Montessori learning environment consisting of carefully selected activities and highly trained teachers to encourage “hands-on” and “minds-on” discovery for children from age 4 to 6 years.
  • Our Senior classes nurture the child who has gained the independence and confidence to set their own pace in a self-directed Montessori classroom.
  • A teacher/guide to student ratio of 1:12 enables teachers to build a relationship of trust in guiding each child’s progress while respecting their independence.
  • Although academics are an important cornerstone of the program, we equally value the social, emotional and physical well-being of a child. Creative arts, music, French, computer, and physical education are incorporated.
  • Flexible schedules, nutritious lunches and snacks, and before/after school care are available.

Bilingual Montessori / French Afternoons

  • A bilingual Montessori class for children aged 3 to 6 years, operating in English during the mornings and in French during the afternoon work periods.
  • Children work with the full range of Montessori materials in all curriculum areas throughout the day; only the vocabulary changes depending on the time of day.
  • Once children learn their French phonetic alphabet, the skills of phonetic word-building and reading are readily transferable from English to French.
  • Preference for registration in this class is given to students with a least one year of Montessori classroom experience and teacher recommendation.

Elementary Classes

  • Full-day classes available for children in grades 1 through 4 are tailored to each individual child’s learning needs, goals, and interests.
  • Founded on the Montessori principle of self-directed learning, the academic program is guided by and exceeds the Ontario Ministry of Education curriculum
  • An innovative progress tracking method allows each child to set their own pace and track milestones. The child builds self-discipline and the abilities to manage time and resources, set realistic goals, and work in small teams. The system ensures timely teacher guidance and provides regular feedback to parents.
  • A continuing enrichment program nurtures the ‘whole child’.

Advantage Before & After-School Enrichment Programs

  • Elementary Advantage is an after-school enrichment class for students in grades 1 to 4 seeking enhancement of core academic skills in reading, writing, and math.
  • Montessori Advantage is an engaging Montessori work period offered to students in their kindergarten years to enrich and extend foundational skills.
  • Advantage core programming operates from 3:30 to 5 p.m. and optional extended care is available to 6 p.m. or in the mornings from 7 a.m.
  • Led by qualified teachers, written progress evaluations are provided each term.
  • Bus transportation is available to and from local Brooklin schools.

Summer School

  • Just the right mix of fun activities, outdoor adventures, and light academics.
  • Imaginative weekly themes with a special event planned each week.
  • Full or half days and flexible schedules are available during July and August in air-conditioned comfort.
  • Summer School offers a great introduction to the School or a bridge between the school days of June and September.