Children’s House (Ages 3-6)

In our Montessori preschool and kindergarten program, we provide an opportunity to the students to have a first hand experience of accomplishing the basic as well as advanced tasks on their own. This basic concept has a huge impact on the personality of the student which helps them to explore their hidden capabilities and grow mentally as an individual and to build a personality which they will carry with them the for the rest of their lives.

“The best education is not given to students; it is drawn out of them.”


Spiritual Formation

Not only academic excellence and social responsibilities, we also focus on the spiritual formation of each individual, making them the best of a person, strengthening their faith and core values. They learn to build a deeper emotional connection with the world around them. Children are guided in such a manner that they become the best of guides in the future. Spirituality, a deeper connection with one’s self, self-esteem and a desire to practice religion. Children are nurtured and developed from every aspect.

Academic Excellence

Through our carefully designed academic curriculum, students are guided daily with various customized lessons. While teaching the academic skills, we also teach children how to take care of the well-being of themselves and the people around them. This includes a focus on conflict-resolution techniques which are taught to facilitate healthy and peaceful social interactions.

Our teaching methods include Kinesthetic learning techniques that focuses more on practical knowledge as children of younger age grasp it more effectively, so they are presented with concrete materials that will support later abstract thinking.  During the Primary Capstone (Kindergarten) year, students are now fully prepared to tackle more advanced challenges that require skills and experience. They also rise to the exciting challenge of a leadership role, paving the way of guidance for the younger fellows.

Social Responsibility

The transition from toddlerhood to preschool is a wonderful experience where a child begins to develop his mental capacity. They seek out for social interactions such as making new friends and interacting with individuals that match their wavelength and working with groups focusing on group efforts.

The begin to realize their role in the society, and how as an individual it is of such an importance to play a positive role in bringing a change within the society. They start to get aware of the social norms and develop ways to cope with them. Embedded with enthusiasm these younger selves continue to thrive throughout from a careful mixture of routine and independence.

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