Montessori Middle School Education
Our middle school program offers students an emergent learning experience, tailored to their own interests, through investigation, experimentation, and collaboration.
At Bridges we develop critical thinkers, who engage in self-directed study and independent research while developing skills and knowledge through individual instruction and small-group lessons. In the quest to find answers, students are challenged to consider the questions to be asked, how to think through problems, how to analyze situations, and how to make vital discoveries themselves.
Our classrooms are arranged for group discussions, with interest centers full of intriguing learning materials. Students share the responsibility of managing these communities — they learn to respect and care for themselves, others, and the environment. As they develop, they’re encouraged to think beyond the classroom and become active members of their local and global communities.
Teachers serve as role models, positively reinforcing children’s exploration of knowledge, and our discovery approach to learning allows children to map their own educational course.
See the unique Montessori elements that spark children's curiosity to lean.
At Bridges, each infant is nurtured as a unique individual, encouraged to explore in a beautiful and safe space, at their own pace.
Our toddler space promotes exploration, independence, order, and freedom of choice and movement.
Our primary spaces are warm and secure, designed to meet individual developmental needs at every stage.