In the toddler classroom of Montessori School of Rome, children 18 months to 3 years old are taught how to do work on their own.
Primary children at Montessori School of Rome choose their activities from open shelves with self-correcting materials and work in distinct work areas.
The goal of a Montessori elementary classroom is to develop the child’s growing abilities to think abstractly and to think with imagination.
The Montessori adolescent program focuses on literature, language, critical thinking, writing, history, cultural studies, geography, and current events.
“The need that is so keenly felt for a reform of secondary schools is not only an educational but also a human and social problem. This can be summed up in one sentence: Schools as they are today are adapted […]
Students will comprehend the language, feel confident enough to communicate, and connect with the Spanish-speaking world.
We have a music teacher who provides music lessons each week to our students. In addition, we have major music programs throughout the year.
Extracurricular programs include chess, creative movement, soccer, tennis, violin, piano and musical theater.
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