What do our students find?
Our teachers are devoted to providing your child with the tools necessary to develop to their full capacity. We believe in an education without limits, and our Montessori method offers just that. As a faith baith school, we work hard to put together a curriculum that is complete, and fits each child accordingly. Our Legacy staff not only focuses in the 5 Montessori areas, but also in integrating extra curricular lessons that can enhance their learning even more!
Cultural Activities are a specific extension of the language curriculum where children begin to acquire a sense of historical fact, classification of physical geography and an appreciation of cultural differences.This may also include science,zoology,history,music and art.
Practical Life is the study of self-help skills and focuses on the four major areas, Care of Self, Care of Environment, Grace and Courtesy, and Movement.
Sensorial uses a multi-sensory approach to education. Children are encouraged to learn by processing information gathered through the senses. This may all be implemented through Colors, shapes, textures, weights, dimension, discrimination and distinguishing between smells, taste and sound.
Math continues the cognitive math development that began in the Practical Life Skills and Sensorial curriculum, taking an acute focus and more abstract thinking process with concrete materials. We can see this through Numbers, quantities, counting, addition, subtraction, decimal system, multiplication and division.
Language is a vital part of growth. Our lesson plans are prepared in a unique way,and although English is our main language we are a bilingual school which has Spanish as a second phase. We also strive to familiarize our students with foriegn wording on a daily basis. This will help them develop their vocabulary and embrace the world without fear.
Extra Curricular Activities
Throughout the school year, we provide several extracurricular activities such as: Music fundamentals, Art courses, self defense, practical life runway course and ethics runway course. Our school has also designated several days to foster a healthy community between family and friends. These activities may include: Carnivals, field days, prayer days, display your work days. Stay tuned for all calendar activities and weekly newsletter.
Here at School of Legacy by Montessori, we are fully dedicated to raising kids with awareness. We believe that every child is the key to the future generation. Upon scientific research and Biblical principles, We believe God has called us to care for our body as stated in “1 Corinthians 6:19.”
Therefore, we are committed to preparing natural foods and snacks that will fulfill your child’s needs and development necessities.
All food is freshly prepared in the morning and afternoon for your child’s convenience. Menu is provided alongside the Monthly newsletter. The preparation of this menu consists of research and Nutritionist evaluation.
We kindly request all parents and guardians to refrain from bringing the following foods:
Foods with artificial coloring and preservatives
Canned or prepackaged meals
**Due to the high allergy development, our facility has decided to be a Peanut free school.
We understand leaving your infant Post-partum may be extremely difficult ,and concerning. Therefore, our staff is trained with the handling of breast milk and has a designated area for such. **Please refer to the handbook for requirements, and ensure waiver is signed prior t
Although our school offers complimentary breakfast and lunch, you are more than welcome to pack food for your child. Per school policies, no meals will be re-heated or administered if the parent chooses a personal diet. We appreciate your understanding beforehand, and ask you to comply with all school standards.
2023 Summer Camp information details will be announced after winter break.