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Construction has begun


Be a part of building a school that grows creative and innovative children, united families, and a stronger neighborhood. Join our #montessoriforeveryone campaign!

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Construction has begun


Be a part of building a school that grows creative and innovative children, united families, and a stronger neighborhood. Join our #montessoriforeveryone campaign!

WHEN YOU GIVE, OUR CHILDREN WIN.

We cannot build this school without you! Show the world that the Chicago neighborhood of Humboldt Park deserves a Montessori school that serves all families, regardless of income level. Please give to our #montessoriforeveryone campaign!

As a group of parents in the Chicago neighborhood of Humboldt Park, we are committed to serving the children in our community by providing an eduction that fosters wonder and independence.

After several years of hard work, we are thrilled to begin construction on this beautiful building, and we need your help! Together we can build this school so that preschool will begin in the fall.

#montessoriforeveryone

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PARENT-CHILD CLASS

A warm, engaging first introduction to school, Parent-Child class is a space for you to find parenting support and learn more about guiding your young child. 

We offer our Parent-Child classes in Humboldt Park public schools once a week for one hour. 

TODDLER COMMUNITY

For children ages 2-3, the toddler community gives children an environment where they can make discoveries and develop independence. 

Our Toddler Community begins in February 2015 and meets Tuesdays 10:00-11:30am.

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PRESCHOOL

For children ages 3-6, our preschool classroom brings the world to your child with an emphasis on culture and peacefulness, language, and hands-on learning. 

Our Preschool begins in September 2015. We offer a full-day program.

What does learning look like in a Montessori classroom?


fresh discoveries in a hands-on, independent, peaceful environment

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What does learning look like in a Montessori classroom?


fresh discoveries in a hands-on, independent, peaceful environment

Our mission at Humboldt Park Montessori is to join in our children's joyful wonder of the world around us and guide them to the greatest potential residing inside them. We believe in meeting the needs of the whole child and whole family, creating a community that feels like home. Our classrooms are places of experiential learning, mindfulness, honor for cultural diversity, and passion for asking questions and exploring the answers.

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For all children


"Children are human beings to whom respect is due, superior to us by reason of their innocence and of the greater possibilities of their future.” - Maria Montessori

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For all children


"Children are human beings to whom respect is due, superior to us by reason of their innocence and of the greater possibilities of their future.” - Maria Montessori

SCHOLARSHIPS

Humboldt Park Montessori is committed to providing parent education and classes for all families in Humboldt Park, regardless of income-level. All of our classes are provided with sliding-scale tuition. Because of generous individuals and organizations, we will provide full scholarships for one-third of our students.

We work closely with our neighborhood public schools to offer free parent-child classes to public school families. 

Supporting strong families involves the whole community and and we are grateful for the beautiful community we are a part of. 

The Humboldt Park Montessori School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, and other school-administered programs.