Guidepost Montessori at Brushy Creek
Guidepost Montessori develops a fundamental love of learning and equips each child with the knowledge, confidence, and tools needed to reach their highest potential as they grow into independent adults.
Nido (6 weeks to 16 months)
Toddler (16 months to 3 years)
Children's House (3 years to 6 years)
Elementary (6 years to 12 years)
Guidepost Montessori in Brushy Creek is one of the most trusted Montessori schools in Cedar Park, Texas. Indoors, rooms are spacious, bright, and light-filled, creating a warm and calm space for children to work. Our school is conveniently located off of Parmer Lane and Polar Lane.
Explore our Programs
What are the Montessori equivalent names for daycare, preschool, and kindergarten? Daycare corresponds to our Nido program, preschool years correspond to our Toddler program, and the kindergarten years correspond to our Children's House program. Click each image below to read a program overview and discover what your child will learn when they join our school.
New! A Montessori Summer
Don’t put a pause on learning this summer! Combine the magic of Montessori with the fun of summer camp programming with our 'A Montessori Summer' program. This new summer program will support independence and a love of learning with a consistent Montessori environment.
Designed to help prevent learning loss as your child engages with academic content during the morning work cycle, the program also includes fun afternoon camp activities that cover a range of topics, from circuitry to game design. For those new to Montessori, this is an excellent option to spend a week or two experiencing the Montessori difference.
In the mornings, the children will work with their guide to complete a full Montessori work cycle, featuring:
- Individual and small-group lessons in math, writing, science, history, and art.
- Child-led research projects that spark their curiosity and fuel their love of learning
- A prepared environment of enriching hands-on materials for every subject, fascinating books, and dedicated space to move, create, and collaborate.
- Support in building critical work skills like time management, growth mindset, and organization.
- A tight-knit, mixed-age community where collaboration, mentorship, and inspiration are the norm.
In the afternoons, the children will deepen their learning within an engaging camp experience, featuring:
- Exploration of diverse topics such as art, music, circuitry, and building design.
- Weekly themes which spark curiosity and enable deep learning, solidified by a final, fun project at the end of the week.
- A focus on joyful learning through hands-on activities, crafts, individual and group projects, outdoor games, songs, and field trips.
- Dates: Runs as weekly sessions from May 29 - August 4
- Camp Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30am - 3:00pm (optional extended hours of 7:00am-6:00pm available)
- Cost: $300 per weekly session
- Address: Guidepost Montessori at Brushy Creek, 3017 Polar Ln, Cedar Park, TX 78613
- Phone: (512) 259-3333
Weekly programs that spark curiosity, exploration and fun
While the morning work cycles will focus on lessons in math, writing, science, history, and art, the afternoon camps are designed around specific weekly themes for students to discover and investigate. Students will take part in creative projects, singing and playing, outdoor games, field trips and more, all wrapped up in that week’s theme.
May 29-June 2: Music Makers
The name says it all…Music Makers is a week filled with music, movement, and maestros! Students will build and play their own instrument inventions, learn about music theory, and interact with music through writing, dance, and drawing, ultimately ending the week by performing a live show for their friends.
June 5-9: Science and Circuitry
Become a mad scientist, or let some sparks fly…either way your kids will be in for hands-on and experiment based fun in our Science and Circuitry themed week! Campers will use potatoes to create their own battery. They will create a light up wand and learn how to make straw rockets. Or maybe your child will practice disappearing coins or eggshells, and learn how to levitate an object. Whichever choice they make this week will be full of a WOW factor and surprises – it’s a classic camp favorite!
June 12-16: Game Design
Get ready to create your own games and learn how designers think about creating the next Connect 4! Children will spend time exploring the mechanics behind their favorite games and learn design principles for them to create their own masterpiece.
June 19-23: Drawing and Design
Kids will love learning all about the basics of art and getting their hands dirty with Drawing and Design. Portrait drawing, tessellations, 3D drawing, and parabolic art (look it up) are just some of the projects kids will work on during this week’s theme. There is lots of meaning to unpack from math and patterns in parabolic art, to the origins of portrait drawing and how it has evolved in modern times (hint: selfies).
June 26-30: Spectacular Structures
From birdhouses to bridges to forts, campers will observe, explore, and create spectacular structures and learn about the origins of building throughout history, from the first human shelters to structures that meet other societal needs like bridges or water dams.
July 3-7: Mythology
Explore the mythology of ancient cultures and how these myths represent early beliefs about the world. Students will learn ancient myths through read aloud, playing games, and engaging in other activities that help them explore this fascinating world of Gods and Monsters.
July 10-14: Fantastic Fibers
Tote bags, tie-dye, dream catchers, and braided bracelets…what do these all have in common? They are all made of one common element, fibre! During Fantastic Fibres students will work on fibre-inspired creations while learning about their use in different cultures, for example Kumihimo, the traditional Japanese technique for making braids and cords.
July 17-21: Theatre and Improvisation
Act out a play in this week of performance! Children will explore the role of actors and learn to read a script and explore the ancient roots of theater. Children will also play improvisation games and learn the art of thinking on your feet!
July 24-28: Need for Speed
Get ready to test the boundaries of DIY inventions with Need for Speed! Using simple materials, campers will set all sorts of creations in motion – from rubber band racers, catapults, tornado bottles to pool noodle boats. And of course, they’ll get to end each day putting them to the test in a race!
July 31-August 4: Taking Flight
Similar to Need for Speed, this week is all about building contraptions, you guessed it, that fly high! Taking Flight will keep kids busy building balloon rockets, dragonfly copters, boomerangs, paper airplanes and simple kites – and tie back into a broader theme of innovators that defy what is “known”. What could be more fun?
Changing the world, one student at a time
We are a school 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.
Hear from our Brushy Creek Families
I have been part of the Guidepost community for almost 6 years. We have been blessed that both our boys have had amazing teachers and truly thrived. Ms Aniqa has been a godsend for my youngest. She is the most perfect balance of LOVE and boundaries. She greets my son with a hug every morning, but also has amazing control over her classroom.
I love the Guidepost community, families and teachers. I know at times the waitlist may be long, but it's worth it.
"Constantly impressed and pleased with the quality of education"
My granddaughter has been a student for over a year, and I am constantly impressed and pleased with the quality of education and the level of communication from the administration. The classroom guides are knowledgeable, kind, and encouraging. My granddaughter has made such amazing progress, and she loves her teachers, and classroom friends. The administration team is responsive, hardworking, and committed to providing each student (and family) with an amazing and positive Montessori experience. I am so amazed at how my granddaughter has been challenged to grow, and nurtured in the process. I highly recommend Guidepost Montessori at Brushy Creek, check them out, you will not be disappointed. If I could give more than 5 stars....I would give at least 10 stars!
"We are very happy to be part of this community"
The first thing that made me want to belong to the Guidepost family was the kindness and warmth of the people. This is a place where you know you are appreciated, on top of them being committed to providing quality Montessori education. My 2-year-old, who had always been home with me, has been there for only a couple of months and is already so happy to go to school. We notice how much his social skills, concentration and vocabulary grow every day. The classrooms and materials are carefully prepared for the children. We are very happy to be part of this community and look forward to seeing our child continue to grow here.
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Montessori for Military
We are committed to bridging financial assistance, community, and continuity of education to our nation’s heroes and their families. When duty calls, we firmly believe that your child’s education should not be a sacrifice.
We can offer a seamless transfer process from one location to another, replacing disruption with stability. To date, more than 30+ of our campuses based in the U.S. are located within 30 miles of military installations and have joined Child Care Aware of America’s fee-assistance program, bridging early childhood tuition assistance to eligible families off-base.
Learn more about Montessori for Military here.
Stay connected to your child's learning
Thanks to our app Transparent Classroom, you get a window into your child’s experience of school daily.
Your child’s Lead Guide will share what your child is learning and what their real-time assessments are - this way you can very closely follow your child’s development throughout the day, months, and years you stay within the Guidepost network. If you transfer from one of our locations to the next, your child’s progress and continuity will be tracked in the app and readily accessible. Read more about Transparent Classroom here.
In this app you will see important notes and milestones such as:
- Daily toileting, eating (bottle feeding for infants), and sleeping habits
- Curriculum introduction, progress, and completion
- End of day summary of all activities
- Notes such as bringing in more diapers or a new set of clothes
- Reminders for upcoming classroom events like birthdays, holidays, or special occasions
Interested in becoming a room parent? Let your child's Lead guide know!
What sets us apart from traditional schools
As the largest network of Montessori schools in the U.S., Guidepost Montessori is recognized for its outstanding academic standards, its steadfast commitment to Montessori education, and its deep respect for the potential in every child. At Guidepost, it is our mission to empower and equip your child with the knowledge, confidence and agency needed to reach their highest potential.
Education for life
Our education provides the freedom and guidance needed to construct a sense of self and purpose through joyful, meaningful work. We support your child in all areas of their development – social, emotional, physical, academic, and beyond.
Deeply individualized learning
Lessons are carefully structured and designed to appeal to each student's level of development and needs. Our proprietary curriculum gives students increasing responsibility over their learning as they grow.
Dedicated teachers supported by industry experts
Our programming has been designed by leading education experts, and is implemented by passionate, qualified teachers. All of our Lead Guides are required to be AMI, AMS, or PMI Montessori certified and receive ongoing training and professional development.
Carefully prepared environment
At the heart of our school is our belief that children thrive when given freedom and responsibility in environments prepared for them. Guidepost Montessori classrooms are light, airy, calming, aesthetically beautiful spaces. Each material is carefully chosen and carefully displayed — to inspire and entice your child to explore.
We think the education of our students is stronger when we can serve the whole family, which is why we are committed to very few closures throughout the school year, and offer extended day options for families.
Continuity and mobility
Our schools offer a continuing Montessori education for children as young as 10 weeks through to 18 years old. With a growing network of 100+ schools across the U.S., China and Europe - combined with our virtual and homeschool options - we can support continuity and consistency in your child's education to meet your family's changing needs.
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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