Dear prospective families,
Thank you for your interest in Jarrow Montessori School. We look forward to getting to know you and your child, as you embark on this exciting process of finding the right school at this important time in your child’s early education.
Established in 1964, we are the oldest Montessori School in Colorado, with full American Montessori Association accreditation. As a result of our rich history and commitment to high standards that are reflected in a Montessori curriculum, along with our loving and experienced faculty, Jarrow students receive an unparalleled education that teaches kindness and courtesy, independence and a love of learning. Our classic Montessori curriculum focuses on language arts, mathematics, geography, science, cultural studies, peace studies, sensorial integration and practical life.
At Jarrow, we seek to educate the whole child, with a respect for individual differences and learning styles. Utilizing the traditional Montessori materials that emphasize the development of sensory awareness, independence, concentration and purposeful work, Jarrow students receive a foundation for learning based upon an experiential, curious and joyous process, guided by what Maria Montessori called “the inner teacher.” At the heart of the Montessori philosophy is the belief that the best predictor of academic and personal success is confidence and a positive sense of self. Our carefully structured classroom environments, prepared by knowledgeable and dedicated teachers, provide self-directed, non-competitive opportunities that help our students develop a strong sense of self and the confidence to face the challenges of the future with optimism and stability. Graduates of our program are exceptionally independent and intrinsically motivated, and are frequently more than a grade level ahead of their peers academically. I’m excited to offer you the opportunity to enroll your child in our program that has fulfilled so many families for nearly fifty years.
Embedded in the pull-down menu above are the application materials, admissions process and our schedule of tuition and fees. There is also a list of frequently asked questions to help you navigate the process more easily. We would suggest that, as a first step, you complete the “web inquiry” in the Request More Information link, and, with this electronic prompting, I will be in touch to begin the process by contacting you to schedule a school tour and a classroom observation. We are excited to meet you and your family.
In the mean time, please feel free to call our Admissions Office with any further questions: 303-443-0511 x 113 or you may email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
With very warmest regards,
Director of Admissions