Looking for Montessori school for infant, expecting in January 2015.
To start, you may like to browse a list of Montessori schools here: http://www.ourkids.net/montessori-schools.php
Or you can try using our Advanced Search tool to look for Montessori schools in your area with criteria that’s important to you here: http://www.ourkids.net/school/school-search.php
We also have some additional articles that may be useful:
Some common questions that are asked about Montessori here: http://www.ourkids.net/school/top-questions-about-montessori.php
A checklist of what to look for here: http://www.ourkids.net/school/montessori-schools-checklist.php
An example of what life is like inside one Montessori here: http://www.ourkids.net/school/montessori-schools-canada.php
Once you have a few schools narrowed down, you might like to arrange a time with them to go in and observe the classrooms and environment so that you can get a better idea what the atmosphere is like on a day-to-day basis for the school. Also feel free to ask them if you can speak to some other parents to get their perspectives, what their experience has been like, how they decided to choose Montessori, etc.
Hi, it seems that there are mainly 2 type of private high schools: 1) very nice facilities, offering lots of clubs and activities ( social life) , but high students to teacher ratio in class, or 2) small class size, but little to none facilities and as a result very few to none non-academic activities. Are there any high schools in GTA that would combine the nice facilities, lots of clubs and activities and also the low student to teacher ratio in the class?