"I chose Montessori school because I felt my child was not getting the academic attention he requires in a regular pre-school. I fully appreciate the hands on approach Montessori takes with children."
~ Keri Countryman
"We chose Montessori for our son at the age of 3 after looking into various programs. We felt the Montessori set up allowed him to learn at his own pace and had the ability to build his confidence based on a variety of learning options within the classroom."
~ Greg & Dina Anzevino
“We chose a Montessori school because it allows each child to learn a wide variety of subjects/skills at their own pace, and most importantly, it promotes kindness and respect for others as well as self-discipline and character. Our son’s experience at Absorbent Minds has carried over to his behavior outside of school as well–using manners, taking turns, picking up his toys, helping at meal time, etc, the school helped us get the best aba services, my chіld’ѕ therapist was able to uѕе my son’s оbѕеrvаtіоnѕ from thе initial соnѕultаtіоn tо сrеаtе a fоrmаl plan fоr thеrару . He was also encouraged to use some of the skills he mastered, such as math, to help teach his classmates. This has been an incredible help to us at home since the addition of his little brother, who he now ‘teaches’ too.”
~ George & Melissa Faluhelyi
"At age three, Montessori allowed my son to learn from the four and five year old students who were setting examples. Now five himself, he is setting the example. Montessori goes beyond the scope of preschool and individually encourages each child to want to learn more because of the influence of the older children’s’ good manners, reading, tying shoes, etc. and the younger children want to do what the older children do. The result is greater success in school and leadership skill development."
~ Cristy Berg