Opening Minds....Opening Doors
Welcome to Torit Montessori School Boston!
From the moment you are greeted at the door by a simple “good morning,” or “ni hao,” until the moment you say "maʿ al-salamah" or perhaps "adios,” you will see and experience the Torit Difference. Torit Montessori school in Boston offers a classical education for Elementary Grades 1 through 6, as well as Kindergarten, Preschool, Toddlers, and Infants, with the Montessori values, methods, and curriculum as the guiding force behind all we do. We teach Mandarin, Arabic and Spanish (yes, all three!) to all students beginning in infancy in a truly multicultural environment.
Come for a visit and experience the Torit Difference!
“Torit does an excellent job preparing students to be citizens of the world.”
~ Joe S. Torit parent of three children
Care, exploration and play are the top priorities for Infants and Toddlers. Every day there is something new to learn! Classrooms have all the comforts of home and the stimulation of a classroom guided by staff as knowledgeable about human development as they are caring. Sensory-rich environments provide stimulation, learning and ongoing exploration in a safe and loving space.
PRESCHOOL & KINDERGARTEN
Preschool and Kindergarten are known as the Preprimary years in Montessori circles, with Kindergarten as the third and most critical in the Three Year Cycle, which culminates in entering First Grade. Children develop self-confidence and build foundational academic and social skills to prepare them for the rigor of Montessori’s Elementary academics, and enjoy time with peers growing and learning.
GRADES 1 TO 6
Elementary students engage in a rigorous curriculum that allows them to explore the world, discover their place in it, build on their skills, and practice contributing as a member of the community. All learning is dynamic, hands-on and interdisciplinary. In the Elementary years a Torit student begins to appreciate his or her power to impact the world, and the responsibility for continuous learning that attends it.
Left and right photographs by Nycebutterfly Photography.