An Elementary education at Torit Montessori builds a solid foundation for the future. With subject matter mastery and hands on applications, students gain self-confidence to find their place in the world.  

In keeping with Dr. Maria Montessori’s own globalism and commitment to peace education, we teach our students (future world citizens) courtesy, grace, and a spirit of community. We also teach Arabic, Mandarin and Spanish as part of our exceptional curriculum based on the Montessori Great Lessons, all of which is complimented by athletics, art, music, language, and after school enrichment. Our program is designed to support families in the challenging and rewarding work of raising educated, responsible, ethical, and motivated children. 

Our faculty members get to know each student as an individual, guiding them as they develop mastery in a wide array of academic subject matters and building the kind of work ethic which underlies 21st century skills every global citizen needs, ranging from social interconnectedness to technological entrepreneurship. 

We take full advantage of our Boston Campus to learn American History, among other things, and to find our place in the world. 

We take full advantage of our Boston Campus to learn American History, among other things, and to find our place in the world. 

Literacy and Math in mixed-age classes allow for self-paced learning with guidance from teachers and peer support.

Literacy and Math in mixed-age classes allow for self-paced learning with guidance from teachers and peer support.

 Art and Music in our light-filled classrooms are challenging, creative and fun. Art and Drama shows allow students to share learning.

 Art and Music in our light-filled classrooms are challenging, creative and fun. Art and Drama shows allow students to share learning.

The Science Fair, above, gives students the chance to practice public speaking skills to parents and peers as they display and discuss their experiments. 

The Science Fair, above, gives students the chance to practice public speaking skills to parents and peers as they display and discuss their experiments. 

Students participate in seasonal athletics including swimming, tennis and ice-skating at nearby facilities, and enjoy recess and other outdoor activities at local playgrounds and venues, always accompanied by staff.

Students participate in seasonal athletics including swimming, tennis and ice-skating at nearby facilities, and enjoy recess and other outdoor activities at local playgrounds and venues, always accompanied by staff.

Banner and center photo by Nycebutterfly Photography