2021-22 Top Montessori Schools in Atlanta
Montessori schools follow a child-centered educational approach based on scientific observations of children started by Maria Montessori. If you’re interested in this approach, Atlanta has plenty of options for finding the perfect fit for your child.
Founded in 1970, Arbor is one of the largest and oldest Montessori schools in the Southeast, serving 300 students from ages 18 months to 14 years. Arbor is one of only two Montessori schools in Georgia accredited by AMI, SACS and SAIS.
Founded in 2008 by Gina Ward, an AMI trained teacher and director with 26 years of experience in Montessori Education, Carlisle Montessori School closely follows Dr. Maria Montessori’s educational methods and philosophies in guiding and nurturing the “whole child.” This means teaching them academically, emotionally and spiritually.
Montessori In Town is a diverse, locally owned and operated, warm and welcoming school. A dedication to the Montessori philosophy gives children the very best opportunities to become peaceful, productive, and creative members of society.
Montessori School at Emory is a thriving, vibrant community. With over 175 students, from 15 months through 14 years, Montessori School at Emory continues to support the whole child and prepare them for life through accredited, authentic quality Montessori programs.
Montessori Unlimited is the largest network of authentic Montessori schools in the United States. Each school offers traditional, sensory-based Montessori materials, self-directed learning experiences, and teachers trained by MACTE-accredited organizations (Montessori Accreditation Council for Teacher Education) in the primary classrooms.
Since 1963, Springmont has offered students 18 months through 8th grade an authentic, AMI-accredited Montessori experience where individualized learning inspires students to become creative, independent learners. Their child-centered approach is to educate the whole child academically, socially and emotionally.
The Suzuki School thrives with a mission to develop a lifelong love of learning, by nurturing each child’s natural talent and ability in partnership with the parents. A low student/teacher ratio assures each child receives focused attention from degreed teachers in a collaborative setting.