Caledon Hills Montessori School
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Caledon Hills Montessori School was founded in 2000 by Mrs. Burke and Mrs. Rich, both of whom had taught at a Montessori school in Brampton for over ten years. Drawing inspiration from the surrounding countryside, where the moraine hills are the source of water for much of the Greater Toronto Area, the aim of the school was to bring a font of knowledge to the local community as the first Montessori preschool in the area and in doing so, fill a need for young parents and their children. The school has operated out the Caledon East United Church since inception, where Mrs. Burke and Mrs. Rich have created a   wonderful space for children aged 2 ½ to 6 years in which to work and learn.





      Mrs. Burke, Mayor Marolyn Morrisson of Caledon and Mrs. Rich cutting the 10th Anniversary
                                                              cake in 2010

 

Emphasizing the highest standards in Montessori equipment and materials, the school acts a community hub attracting young families from Erin, Caledon, Caledon East, Bolton, Palgrave and Inglewood.  Over three hundred families - representing 470 children - have used the school to date.  The school’s reputation for independent learning, based on the Maria Montessori credo of "Help me do it by myself", has spread by word of mouth.  Figured prominently among the parents whose children have attended the school are local high-school and elementary teachers.
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