As educators within the philosophy of Montessori, it is our mission to create an environment that directs the students toward self-actualization in all areas of study by recognizing their stages of development. It is our objective to direct students toward critical thinking skills and awareness of their environment through the use of their five senses. (Also visit the North American Montessori Center web site.)

Areas of Study:

Practical Life - enables the child to develop:
  • coordination
  • independence
  • fine motor development
  • concentration
Sensorial - enables the child to develop:
  • sense of order
  • differentiate each of the five senses
  • improve each of the five senses
  • prepare for language and math
Math - enables the child to develop:
  • number concepts
  • operations
  • time and money
  • measuring
Language Arts - enables the child to develop:
  • letter sounds
  • reading
  • handwriting
  • grammar
  • vocabulary
The Sciences - provides hands-on experience in:
  • Botany
  • Geography
  • Physical Science
  • Life Science
Additional studies - enables children to broaden their experiences through:
  • Geography and Cultural Studies
  • Music
  • Art
  • Sign Language
  • Computer Studies

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I love being a music educator at CMA because I am allowed to be creative in the music curriculum.  K-6th grade students are exposed to musical math, history, science, theory, composition, playing, and singing.  It's just, good fun being the one to see the thrill in their eyes as they recognize their amazing (toe tapping) accomplishments.

Mike Begian - Director of Music