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Bilingual Montessori school


3-6 years old

The environment prepared for children between the ages of three and six is called the Children's House. In this specially designed place, children build and strengthen their character traits and learn about the world through hundreds of hands-on activities. 


6-9 years old

Our environment for 6-9 year olds will welcome its first children in August 2023. In this place, children quench their thirst for knowledge and understanding of the world through collaborative research and regular outings.

How do I register?

Thank you for your interest in our school.

Registration can take place at any time of the school year depending on the places available. The child must be at least 3 years old and toilet-trained.

The steps to follow :

  1. Send us an email and arrange a meeting to find out if our school is right for your family.

  2. If you are still interested in a place, a visit with your child can be arranged.

  3. If, at the end of this visit, we think your child will thrive in this environment, we will offer you a place.

  4. In order to guarantee your place, you must send us a signed registration form within two weeks of the offer and pay the registration and tuition fees.

  5. Places will be offered to children in order of priority:

  • depending on age (the typical age of entry into the Children's House is 3 years old. Occasionally a place may become available for an older child, for example if a family has to leave in the middle of the 3 year program,

  • have a brother or sister already in the school,

  • participation in the Centre Les Explorateurs community,

  • date of registration on the waiting list.



Between the ages of 3 and 6, I had the chance to benefit from a pedagogy that respected the needs of the student.  I went to a Montessori school.
This pedagogy has impacted me on a human, social and personal level. Indeed, I am grateful for the values that I acquired during these foundational years, namely respect and compassion. I also learned to work both alone and in a group, at my pace and without fearing judgement.
I didn't have much trouble adapting to traditional school. Montessori pedagogy cultivates curiosity and a love of learning. So I invested in my studies and I did my best. I just had to learn to restrain my urges to ask for permission to get up from my chair and move around the classroom or go to the toilet because in a Montessori school there is no need to ask for such things.
I hope that this pedagogy will continue to spread so that children can benefit from the same things as me. I feel that thanks to my experience in a Montessori school, I flourish today as citizen and an individual.
The pedagogy of Maria Montessori still seems relevant to me today and I communicate it to those around me because I know that it helps us prepare our children for a fulfilling and balanced life where they respect themselves and others, ask questions and solve problems

A Former Montessori Student - Georgina Clark

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