At Princeton Montessori School, we are committed to meeting the needs of each student. Foremost in meeting this promise is that our school offers a learning environment at each stage of childhood that allows for some degree of personalization, choice, and one-on-one attention from trained educators.
In addition, we screen several times a year for literacy and math abilities and progress and do formal and informal assessments and recorded observations of children throughout the year. We and on-site services for a range of learning needs, as well as on-site testing psychoeducational evaluations, as needed. Our Director of Education and Student Services oversees the application of our educational services at each level and works with Program Coordinators, families, and support service providers to tailor a learning plan for children when needed.
If we cannot fully meet a child’s educational and psychological needs at Princeton Montessori School, we meet with parents to inform them and to support a transition process to another educational institution for their child. We are committed to the highest standard of ethics regarding our promise to children and families to do our very best for those who are able to take full advantage of a Montessori education and to handle all communication with students and parents with respect and confidentiality.