Welcome to Continuum

Welcome to Continuum!

A College and Life Montessori Prep School for Grades 1 – 12.

In addition to a robust academic curriculum, Continuum methodically teaches practical life skills including time management, self-regulation, conflict resolution and collaboration from a young age. These skills can often be overlooked in other schools, but are paramount to the education at Continuum. Every classroom is led by Montessori-trained teachers, who are highly-skilled and compassionate. This creates a safe and supportive school community where students feel comfortable taking risks and sharing their ideas, thoughts, and feelings.

An uninterrupted learning continuum for the child from the youngest age through adolescence is emblematic of Montessori educational settings. In programs adhering to the standards of Montessori, the learning continuum is shaped by a standardized practice that establishes a seamless consistency in approach across individual classrooms and up through the grade levels. This consistency is fostered by a rigorously monitored and integrated teacher training that focuses on the developmental path of the child.  Language development, the progression of mathematics, and the various other disciplines are given a strong foundation in the early years that is directly utilized as a platform for the elementary experience and beyond.

Continuum is a Member School of the American Montessori Society (AMS).

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Continuum is also a member of the International Montessori Council

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Our Core Values

Education for Life

The child builds his innermost self out of the deeply held impressions he receives.

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Joyful Environment

Education is a natural process carried out by experiences in the environment.

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Individualized Learning

The child who does not do, does not know how to do.

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Guides Focus on Students

Endeavor always to keep burning within him that light

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Parent Partnerships

The child’s parents are not his makers but his guardians

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