Our Difference

Our Classrooms

  • Have low student to teacher ratios
  • Are guided by a lead teacher with the addition of one or two assistant teachers for support
  • Provide ample space that allow for social distancing
  • Are well-lit and clean
  • Offer developmentally focused activities for each age group
  • Emphasize writing, reading, fine motor skills, and cognitive development

Our Environment

  • Is a calm and peaceful space
  • Offers a large playground with safe equipment appropriate for small children
  • Has sprinklers available for water play during the Summer months
  • Is secured by passcode enabled door locks

Our Teachers

  • Are all highly qualified, trained and Montessori certified – lead teachers are required to have a Bachelor’s degree
  • Communicate often with parents through the use of an app called Brightwheel which enables them to discuss daily activities and post photos
  • Have built a community across our Trillium locations to share resources with each other
  • Stay in constant communication with each other to adapt and discover new ways of teaching
  • Often use their own creativity to make class activities by hand
  • Carefully plan class activities based on the age group and level of the children
  • Have weekly meetings to discuss teaching strategies
  • Give individualized attention to each child
  • Bring their energetic spirits to the classroom every day
  • Have a positive and encouraging approach towards teaching to make learning fun
  • Are committed to presenting concepts in engaging, innovative ways that spark the child’s inner curiosity and imagination

We stand out because…

Everyone on our team – administrators, lead teachers, assistant teachers, and enrichment specialists – is dedicated to creating a strong sense of community and delivering the best educational experience in the area

“And so we discovered that education is not something which the teacher does, but that it is a natural process which develops spontaneously in the human being. It is not acquired by listening to words, but in virtue of experiences in which the child acts on his environment. The teacher’s task is not to talk, but to prepare and arrange a series of motives for cultural activity in a special environment made for the child.”

Maria Montessori in The Absorbent Mind