We Want What You Want.


Doesn’t every parent want their child to be healthy, happy, and capable? We share the same goal.  Our curriculum is designed to encourage children to explore practices that inspire a sense of confidence, satisfaction, and well-being.  We aim to develop the whole child – physically, emotionally, socially, intellectually, and spiritually – by offering students hands-on experiences in a broad range of subject areas.

The Key to Our Success?

Students build a strong foundation for a lifetime of confidence and fulfillment in learning about oneself, others and the world at large. In our classrooms, the materials and experiences are the best teachers. Trained Montessori guides direct students to discover and digest new concepts. Children explore their surroundings with all five senses, and develop a natural curiosity about the novel objects and opportunities found at school.

It’s All in the Family.

It goes without saying that families have an enormous impact on young people’s learning and development.  When school feels like family and the classroom mimics the comforts and activities of home, children feel comfortable, confident and ready for new challenges.

circle-readingIn our Infant, Pre-Primary, and Primary programs, children within a year or two of age lead and lean on another through the daily tasks of living and learning in a  collaborative group.  These ‘family classrooms’ feel like home, with dedicated outdoor patios, comfy spaces to lounge and relax, child-size kitchens to practice food preparation and household tasks, clean restrooms to explore personal care and hygiene, and loving mentors to guide the way.

At our core we are a family business, founded by a mother-son partnership and rooted in a mission to encourage and empower students, families, teammates, community, and ourselves. The Growing Place is a community of learners, engaged in what Dr. Montessori called “an education to life.” We hope you’ll stop by and visit!


[Our son] and all of us are going to miss everyone at Growing Place… Having going to office without worrying about how your kid is treated or is doing is very valuable to parents. They have so much fun at school and look forward to it everyday 🙂 … We feel like a small family now, it’s hard to say good bye.

-Surabhi B., Primary Program Parent

circle_maria4The first duty of the educator, whether he is involved with the newborn infant or the older child, is to recognize the human personality of the young being and respect it.


-Dr. Maria Montessori