We offer parents a unique opportunity to combine the benefits of a quality Montessori Casa program with child care at an affordable price.

Our facilities include two beautiful spacious classrooms, quality materials and a large outdoor play area.  We are open 12 months a year and our operating hours are 7.00 am to 6.00 pm, Monday to Friday.

Our Casa program implements the Montessori curriculum using quality Montessori materials.  Our main educational period occurs in the morning, when children are most receptive to learning.  The Montessori curriculum includes practical life skills, sensorial learning, early development of language, mathematics and culture.  Our cultural program enables children to explore and learn about geography, science, zoology, botany, music and art.  Through careful observations, our experienced Montessori Leads develop individualized program plans for each child based on their age, unique developmental stage, ability and interests.

In the afternoon period, children continue working with their Montessori materials and enjoy a number of additional activities including Spanish, yoga, nature walks & projects, science experiments, baking / healthy treats, arts & crafts and music, dance & movement.

Tuition

We accept children aged 3 to 6 years old and offer 3 different program schedules:

Full day care, includes preschool/kindergarten program : Monday to Friday 7.00 am to 6.00 pm : $1,025 / month

Half day care, includes preschool/kindergarten program : Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 3.30 pm : $855 / month

Preschool/Kindergarten program only : Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 11.30 am : $550 / month

The Ministry of Children’s Services provides financial assistance, in the form of a childcare subsidy, to eligible lower-income families. To find out if you qualify for subsidy please visit Alberta Human Services.

Please note:

1. We only accept children who are fully potty trained.

2. We require all children to bring a nut free morning / afternoon snack and lunch, depending on their enrollment schedule.  Please refer to Canada’s Food Guide for ideas.