Guidepost Montessori at West Loop
Guidepost Montessori at West Loop Photo #2 - The Montessori method of education offers a knowledge-rich environment, through a child-led model. Children learn joyfully, through working with carefully sequenced, hands-on materials. Your child`s enthusiastic exploration naturally leads to a solid foundation and advanced academics.
Guidepost Montessori at West Loop Photo #3 - We believe that an important part of our role is to serve as a support system for your family. We try to be here when you need us, with late pick-up hours and minimal school closures. And because the Montessori approach works best when manifested in a community of like minds, we hold regular campus events and get-togethers.
Guidepost Montessori at West Loop Photo #4 - We serve children from 12 weeks old through Primary/Kindergarten ages. Our Montessori classrooms foster independence, nurturing each child's practical life skills, emotional and social development, and foundational knowledge. Our classrooms provide a knowledge-rich environment designed for child-led exploration.
Welcome to Guidepost Montessori, where your child will blossom when engaged in child-directed learning within a knowledge- rich environment.
At our beautiful West Loop location, your child will take advantage of the beautiful natural surroundings and outdoor space that allow for an indoor-outdoor classroom flow. Now enrolling for infant through kindergarten.
- School Type: Early Childhood / Day Care
- Grades: Nursery/Preschool-Kindergarten
- Application Deadline: None / Rolling
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- Discover your confident, capable Montessori child. Guidepost is an international network of Montessori schools where joyful, selfdirected exploration leads to children who love to learn. When school focuses on what matters most, your child will truly thrive.
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