ABOUT TREEHOUSE MONTESSORI
Treehouse fosters intellectual growth, personal and community responsibility, spiritual nourishment, and a sense of self worth. Our goal is to educate children using Montessori methods and materials with experienced teachers. Students work at their own pace for an individualized learning system that also helps them understand their place in the world. Treehouse learners work to become examples of independent thinking and models of spiritual living.
Montessori education is process oriented. Children work with interest and definite aims that will give them satisfaction and a renewed interest in continuous effort.
Montessori classrooms are multi-age, divided into age groups of 6 - 9, 9 -12, and 12 - 15. Mixed age groups allow children to thrive in a community setting, while providing mentoring opportunities for older students to help the younger students while reinforcing their own skills. The environment offers opportunities for social interaction and collaborative learning that builds relationships. Students lead projects, trips, and events to learn within their own school and the greater community.
Christian principles and morals for social and spiritual development are a central part of the curriculum and help children internalize a strong moral ethic.