Milton Montessori schools

Find the top Montessori schools in Milton, Ontario

Some top-notch Montessori schools are in Milton, Ontario. Milton is considered part of the Halton district of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), and it borders Oakville and Mississauga. Among other areas, there are Milton Montessori schools in Campbellville, Haltonville, Beaty, Bowes, Cobden, Clarke, Coates, Dempsey, Forrest Grove, Harrison, Valleyview, Mountainview, Milton heights, and Old Milton. Read more


List of Milton Montessori schools

 
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  • Milton-Campbellville, Ontario
    Highway 401/Guelph Line
  • PS to 8 Coed
  • $13,900 to $16,600

At Hitherfield we believe that every child is unique, and has their own strengths and interests.  With individualized programming, Hitherfield continues to nurture growth, success and confidence in all of our students. 

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Hitherfield School 13900 Preschool Kindergarten Elementary MiddleSchools Day Coed
  • Milton, Ontario
  • JK to 8 Coed
  • $12,000 to $13,895

At Oxford Learning Academy, our teachers will use the proven scientific approach of Cognitive Development to teach our students new ways of thinking and understanding what they are learning and how they are learning.

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  • Traditional
Oxford Learning Academy (Private School) 12000 Kindergarten Elementary MiddleSchools Day Coed

Features of Milton Montessori schools

Milton has a variety of different kinds of private schools. Other than Montessori schools, it has special needs, gifted, Christian, and Catholic schools, among others.

What are Milton Montessori schools like? In many ways, they resemble other Montessori schools. They have a unique and progressive approach, which is responsive to the developmental interests and needs of both younger and older children.

The Montessori educational approach provides an appealing alternative to what you’ll find in traditional schools. Like Waldorf and Reggio Emilia, it follows a number of principles that depart from the norm.

Benefits of Montessori schools in Milton

The Montessori method is, above all, child-centred. A common phrase to describe the Montessori method is “follow the child.” Meaning follow the child’s interests, needs, and abilities.

This child-centred approach is both popular method and effective. While it isn’t without its detractors, many agree it has several appealing features. Among others, Montessori schools in Milton tend to have the following benefits.

On this page, find the top Montessori schools in Milton and Campbellville, in Ontario. Click on a school profile to learn more about it. You can also click through to a school’s website, connect with school officials directly, and learn how to register your child.


Frequently Asked Questions

How many Milton Montessori schools are there?
There are 2 Milton Montessori schools that are Our Kids trusted members.

How much is tuition at Milton Montessori schools?
Tuition fees for Milton Montessori schools range from $6,950 to $16,100 per year with an average tuition of $12,903 per year.

What’s the largest school?
Of the Milton Montessori schools, the largest is Hitherfield School with 100 students in Grades PS to 8.

Are Milton Montessori schools good?
We interviewed both parents and students. You can read reviews about Milton Montessori schools on this page.

Is there a private school expo where I can meet with Milton Montessori schools?
Yes. You can meet with private schools and education experts at the Our Kids Private School Expos held every year in September and October. These events are designed for both parents and students. Find event details and ticket info here.

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