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Our full-time online programming is an adaptation of the Montessori approach we deploy in schools across the world. We have partnered with learning design experts to create full-time Montessori programs online that fosters independence and learning offline.
Infant Virtual Program
For children ages 0 to 2 years old. Parent concierge, community events and guided online curriculum to support early development, available worldwide. Option to add in-home educator to facilitate virtual program.
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.
Elementary Years Virtual School
For children ages 6 to 12 years old. Guided, daily instruction delivered by online Montessori guide in virtual classroom, and facilitated by parent.
Now offering part-time virtual programs
We are now offering part-time virtual programs through the summer with full-day and half-day options! Discover fun new program modules each week starting at $150 USD / week.
Join from various time zones virtually, starting June 7th:
- Robotics discovery
- Musical journey
- Learn to code
- Painters through time
- Gardening & Sustainability
Take a look through our frequently asked questions about our virtual and in-home programs.
- How much support will my child need during the virtual lesson?
There is no magic answer to this, but we do want to set the expectation that they will need more support in the first few days and weeks and will grow continuously more independent and confident as time goes on. For the first few days, we do recommend that an adult is available as your child adjusts to the virtual class. A student’s individual facility with new skills will vary depending on their age, experience, and motivation. You can support them in building endurance, persistence, and independence by being there at first, and “showing” rather than “doing.”
After the first few days, expect some questions to arise as new tasks and challenges come up and be patient with yourselves and your children as things get underway and strong habits are built. During the second week, your child will likely become more focused, independent, and engaged for longer periods of time, and by the third week, their level of independence and interaction will typically be what you can expect moving forward.
We will continue to scaffold the parent and student experience over the first few weeks and offer individualized support with any challenges that arise.
- What if my child has trouble focusing for the lesson?
- How do I know my child is learning?
- How will you assess my child's learning?
- Will my child’s credit at Guidepost Virtual School transfer to a public school or other private school?
- Are your teachers Montessori trained? Are they prepared for teaching in a virtual setting?
- Is Guidepost Montessori Virtual School an accredited school?
- What are the cancellation fees?
Giving children the keys to life
Guidepost Montessori enables children to understand the world and choose their place within it.
With over 80 campuses across the US and Asia, and at-home and virtual learning programs serving more than 7,000 families worldwide, Guidepost is the world’s largest Montessori network.
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Do you want to learn more about Montessori? Visit The Prepared Montessorian for flexible online courses, from beginner to expert level.