Guidepost Montessori at Chantilly
Designed for toddler to elementary aged children, our Montessori education programs offer opportunities to learn, explore, and grow in a safe environment.
Whether your family is new to Montessori or transitioning from a traditional preschool, daycare, kindergarten, childcare or another private school, Guidepost Montessori at Chantilly is eager to welcome your family to join our vibrant community.
Discover more about our accredited, authentic Montessori school in Fairfax County with a tour today.
- School Type: Montessori School
- Grades: Prekindergarten-5
- Application Deadline: None / Rolling
- Source: Verified school update
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- Guidepost Chantilly is part of an international network of Montessori schools dedicated to helping children grow through joyful learning. Our school in Fairfax County offers a safe and engaging environment for toddlers (16 months to 3 years old), children (3 to 6 years old), and elementary students (grades 1-6). These years are the most critical time in your child's development. These years are foundational in shaping your child's future academic success and social, emotional wellbeing. Montessori education provides your child with the foundation to solidify a lifelong love of learning. Are you searching for a day care, preschool, kindergarten, or elementary program in Chantilly, VA? You may want to consider Guidepost Montessori. Day care corresponds to our 'Nido' and 'Toddler' programs, while preschool and kindergarten correspond to our three-year 'Children's House' program. With Montessori's emphasis on helping children thrive socially, emotionally, and academically, Guidepost at Brushy Creek can provide the right environment for your child to unlock their full potential from infancy to elementary.
Source: Verified school update
We are so happy we found Guidepost Montessori in Chantilly when we were ready to move our daughter to daycare! The entire school team makes this school feel like a family. We've been so pleased with the level of communication, warmth, and responsiveness from teachers and the administrative team alike. Not to mention the learning our daughter has done has been amazing - she's gained so much independence with basic life skills (finding and preparing her own snack, using utensils and open cups, keeping things in their designated place, etc), fine motor skills, language, and general grace and courtesy. Even more telling is how thoughtfully they've handled supporting the children through the various phases of the COVID 19 pandemic. From providing multiple options (virtual, at-home, essential worker care at school) to meet the different needs of their enrolled families, to such a careful and transparent reopening with enhanced health safety procedures; we didn't even consider leaving Guidepost because there was always an option there for our comfort level at the time. I love how well they know my daughter and my family, and just observing the interactions at drop off / pick up, I know our experience is not unique in this regard. If you're looking for a school that offers a wonderful child-led curriculum, personalized attention, and a real community feel, I can't recommend Guidepost enough!
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