Giving your child the keys the life.
A holistic approach to Montessori education for children ages 0-12
Guidepost Montessori is a rapidly expanding network of Montessori schools that offers in-person, virtual, and homeschool programs for infants, toddlers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary age students.
We help children develop a fundamental love of learning and equip them with the knowledge, confidence, and tools needed to reach their highest potential as they grow into independent, capable adults.
Brick & Mortar
Experience the magic of Montessori education for yourself by scheduling a campus tour of one of our Guidepost Montessori schools.
During your visit, you will have the chance to observe our students engaged in hands-on learning activities, and you'll get a true sense of the Montessori environment and how it can benefit your child's education.
Find a school near you and book a tour today to take the first step in giving your child the gift of a Guidepost Montessori education.
Guidepost Montessori Virtual School is a revolutionary online program that brings the Montessori method of education directly to your home. We understand that not every family can access traditional brick & mortar schools, and that's why we have created an online platform that allows children to learn at their own pace and in a way that is tailored to their individual needs and learning styles.
Give your child the gift of a Montessori education with Guidepost Montessori Virtual School and watch them thrive.
Our Homeschool program offers access to over 2,000 lessons and videos through a monthly subscription, giving you the flexibility to tailor the curriculum to your child's individual needs and learning style.
One of the most exciting aspects of our program is that we offer Montessori kits that can be purchased and delivered straight to your door. These kits contain hands-on learning materials that give you everything you need to create a Montessori learning environment in your own home.
Explore our programs.
We offer programs for children of all ages, starting with our Nido program for infants, Toddler program, and continuing through our Children's House program for ages 3-6, and our Elementary program for ages 6-12. Each program is designed to meet the specific developmental needs of the age group, and all are based on the Montessori method of education.
A number of our school locations offer language immersion options in Spanish and Mandarin to give students the opportunity to become fluent in another language while they learn.
For children ages 3 to 6 years old (includes Kindergarten in "capstone" third year of the program)
For children ages 6 to 12 years ages (equivalent to Grade 1 to 6), available at select Guidepost locations
Guidepost at Home
Homeschool and Virtual school options for remote, travelling families. For children ages 0 to 12 years old.
Early Years Virtual School
For children ages 2 to 6 years old. Guided, daily instruction delivered by online Montessori guide in virtual classroom, facilitated by parent.
What is Montessori?
Montessori education helps your child develop a fundamental, enduring love of learning and attain the deeply ingrained social, emotional, and academic skills they need to succeed as an adult. Montessori combines highly intentional learning materials, rich social development, and a joyous approach to child-led independence.
At Guidepost, it is our mission to empower and equip your child with the knowledge, confidence and agency needed to reach their highest potential.
Hear from our Guidepost Parents.
We are a network of schools where children find the joy in learning — and thus make it possible for them to continue learning for the rest of their lives.
To think mathematically.
To solve problems.
To create things.
To encounter great literature that inspires their character development.
To build themselves as capable, efficacious beings.
To place themselves in history and in society.
To spark meaningful friendships and deep personal values that last a lifetime.
Our goal at Guidepost Montessori is to serve each individual child, to help them realize their limitless potential, and the opportunities they will have to create real and lasting change throughout their lifetime.
A truly global education.
Guidepost is the world's largest global Montessori network, with over 100+ campus locations across the US, Europe, and Asia, find one that works best for your family.
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Parenting tips, Montessori explainers and strategies for helping your child become an independent, capable human being — The Guidepost Team is here to help parents succeed.
Kindergarten at Guidepost
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Why Montessori Matters From Toddler to Children’s House to Elementary and Beyond
A Guidepost parent tells us why Montessori has been the best educational path for her son.
Everything You Need to Know About the Montessori Children’s House
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Elementary Spotlight: Economic Geography
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The Difference Between Montessori and Daycare
Weighing up child care options? Learn about the differences between Montessori schools and daycare centers, so that you can select the best arrangement for your family.
Giving your child the keys to life
Guidepost Montessori offers a unique and holistic approach to education for children of all ages with over 120 brick & mortar schools, virtual and homeschool, and Spanish and Mandarin language immersion options.
Our curriculum fosters independence, creativity, and a love of learning. Book a school tour today and take the first step in giving your child the gift of a Montessori education.
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