• Admission Information for The Montessori School of North Dallas

    The Montessori School of North Dallas is dedicated to providing a challenging academic environment and frequent opportunities for hands-on experiences within a diverse community that offers support and values mutual respect. Students acquire the knowledge and skills essential for independent thinking, resourceful problem-solving, and lifelong learning.

    On the tour, the admission process will be reviewed as well as the opportunity to meet your child’s future teachers and answer any questions you may have.  Please call MSND at 972-985-8844 for tour dates and times. We are confident that you will find a school filled with dynamic academic activities, a diverse population and children who are engaged and excited about learning.

    The Montessori School of N. Dallas does not discriminate relative to race, color, national origin, sexual orientation, religious and political beliefs, marital status or disability with respect to the admission of students or the employment of faculty and administration staff.

    We encourage you to continue exploring the many unique facets of a Montessori education and look forward to meeting you during one of our admissions tours.  All tours are done on a one-on-one basis to assist your family with their individual, educational needs. 

    We are accepting students from Allen, McKinney, Frisco, Plano, Dallas, and surrounding areas.

  • What is a Montessori School?

    Over 100 years ago, Dr. Maria Montessori , an Italian Physician, created a new vision of education for children, which is often thought of as the “education for life.”  Montessori is a worldwide education system founded at the beginning of the century that is based upon a lifetime of research by Dr. Maria Montessori.  Her philosophy is based on the natural development of children and their intrinsic desire to explore, discover, and learn from the world around them.

    Montessori History

    To enter a Montessori school is to enter a world specially prepared for the comfort and stimulation of the child. The classrooms are carefully designed environments where children of mixed ages work together or independently with multi-sensory materials that invite them to touch, to think, to experience. Children move freely about, choose an activity, work on it until a sense of accomplishment is achieved. Before the child chooses another activity, materials are put back in place. With the freedom to chose, children develop self-confidence, self-discipline, and self-mastery.

    Because the Montessori classroom is child-centered, the Montessori teacher is more a facilitator than an instructor. The teacher serves as the link between the student and the learning environment, observing each child’s progress, introducing the next step to enable the child to master a skill.

    Find out more about The Montessori School by visiting our website or give us a call, 972-727-2800.

    Our schools are conveniently located in Allen, Dallas and Plano.