Children’s House, Elementary, and Middle School Programs have space available for the 2022-23 school year.
Childpeace offers a full Montessori experience that helps children prepare themselves for life as well as for their future school experiences. Serving ages 14 months through middle school.
Families who choose our school are investing in a unique path for their children. For over 45 years, Childpeace students have grown into responsible, self-motivated, and creative individuals who use their voices and talents for the benefit of the community and to pursue their dreams. It all starts by reaching out. We look forward to meeting you and working together to provide your child with the best education possible.
To begin your application, submit an inquiry so our admissions director will be able to connect with you, and keep you updated on important dates and upcoming admissions events.
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"Montessori is a very unique way of learning; you learn a lot about yourself. It helped me make decisions on my own because you have a lot of freedom, which really helps in later life."Charlie, Alum
Chat with the Head of School
Join James Moudry, Head of School, for a welcome and conversation about Childpeace Montessori School. Bring your questions about Childpeace, enrollment, the student experience, and alumni experiences.
Tour the campus
Parents and guardians are invited to take a tour and learn about the student experience at Childpeace including our curriculum and daily schedule. Sign up today.
Learn more about Childpeace
Attend a Montessori Hour to learn more about Montessori education at Childpeace and if it would be a good fit for your family. Some priority in admissions decisions is given to families who attend these events. Open to the public.
Intro to Montessori
Join James Moudry, Head of School, for an overview of Montessori education, including fundamental principles of Montessori practice that apply to children in all grade levels at Childpeace. The format includes time for questions and discussion. This program is intended to foster an understanding of Montessori education.
Childpeace admits otherwise qualified students without considering race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability that can be reasonably accommodated, or any other legally protected status in admission. We provide equal access to the rights, privileges, programs, or activities generally accorded or made available to all Childpeace students and do not discriminate in the administration of our educational policies, scholarship and other financial aid programs, or athletic, extra-curricular, and other school-administered programs and activities.