Montessori Early Learning Center
Join us in sharing the marvelous opportunity that we have as an educational community to develop better men and women in our internationally accredited Montessori Early Learning Center.
Students discover and develop skills and values, such as communication with others, love for nature, and respect for their country, all in a meaningful environment that meets their needs and interests.
Montessori children are extremely adaptable, lifelong learners, who have the ability to solve problems and make decisions. Children develop independence and responsibility from an early age.
MIDDLE SCHOOL: Grades 6-8
Students at this age are in a transition between childhood and young adulthood. Their view of the world begins to expand. Their sense of time no longer confines them to the present, but now gives them an awareness of the past and the future. Young people develop curiosity about a wide range of subjects. They learn to work with others, to organize their knowledge of the world around them, to become more independent, and to assume responsibility for their own decisions. For these reasons, they need an educational program that will enable them to grow in many ways.
HIGH SCHOOL: Grades 9-12
High school students take courses toward graduation with dual national and international curriculum requirements. This involves study of three languages (English, Spanish, and German), Costa Rican civics and social studies, advanced level mathematics courses, biology, chemistry, physics, as well as courses in the arts, such as studio art and music.