What makes Montessori Children’s Academy the best choice for your child?
Montessori education and development
Ages 6 weeks to 6 years
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Your best option for preschool and childcare in Millard!
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Your Millard Montessori Preschool and Childcare
Montessori Children’s Academy teachers and staff are loving caregivers to your children, but that’s only part of what we do. Using Montessori philosophies, we focus on the growth and development of the whole child. That means you’ll see your child learn and grow in ways you never expected. Reading, math skills, independent learning, and so much more…. There’s no better place for your child to learn and grow!
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Montessori Children’s Academy
From our convenient Harrison Street location, we offer a world of opportunity for your child’s care and growth.
The Montessori Children’s Academy programs are developed in the Montessori method to maximize your child’s growth and development. Our inclusive program develops the building blocks for reading, writing, and mathematical skills as well as art, music, and physical development. Our kindergarden students leave us as competent readers with the important traits of independence, confidence, and friendship. MCA offers your children a safe place to explore the world with abandon.
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Montessori Children’s Academy offers childcare for babies 6 weeks of age to 18 months. Convenient location in the Millard area of Omaha.
Preschool and Kindergarten
Montessori Children’s Academy is known for its exceptional Montessori preschool and kindergraten. Learn why we are Omaha’s premiere private Montessori school. Convenient location on Harrison Street in the Millard neighborhood of Omaha.
Trusted care for your toddler. MCA ia an established, respected school devoted to your child’s development.
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“The greatest sign of success for a teacher… is to be able to say, ’The children are now working as if I did not exist.’“