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Joy for learning

“I still remember our first visit to CMSAA. CMSAA students have a joy for learning that you can feel when you visit a classroom! Our son is now in his 4th year at CMSAA and we are so happy with the academic, social, emotional, and spiritual growth we’ve seen take place in him. But the glue that holds it all together is the joy. He truly loves learning and that’s something I believe is going to stick with him for the rest of his life.” -Karen

Montessori is a way of life

“We have four children who have thrived intellectually and spiritually because of their years at CMSAA! We started at the school in 2000 with our then 5 year old boy and 4 year old girl. Our children developed a love of learning and an ability to independently help care for themselves, others, and their environment! What an amazing quality to attain at such a young age! We have always said that ‘Montessori is a way of life!’ Now we have a junior at Michigan State studying business, a sophomore at Michigan studying biomedical engineering, a sophomore in high school, and a child in Children’s House… all continuing to build on their foundation at CMSAA!” -Lori

Christian character building

“My 7 year old daughter started at CMSAA just before her 3rd birthday. How blessed we feel to have found this school! The Montessori approach to learning and the Christian approach to character building have been the perfect blend to stimulate and challenge her academically, while also making sure that her soul is cultivated and enriched. She has truly blossomed through her interactions with the teachers, the children, and the Montessori materials. It’s been a wonderful experience!” -Nicole

Unbeatable teacher-to-student ratio

“Amazing school! My daughter has grown and learned so much in her three years here. Not only her academics are top notch; I have seen her develop her confidence and social skills tremendously. She loves her school and the teacher to student ratio can’t be beat!” -Marisa

Becoming an independent person

“Our daughter started in the summer program when she was 16 months old. From the first day we were literally blown away by what she was learning. From toilet training, to setting the table, to cleaning up after herself; our baby was becoming an independent person at 16 months! It’s been such a joy to watch her development this year.” -Liz

“The teacher’s task is first to nourish and assist, to watch, encourage, guide, induce, rather than to interfere, prescribe, or restrict.” -Dr. Maria Montessori

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Our final Open House for 2016 is Wednesday, December 7 from 9-11:30 a.m.
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