Hoboken Montessori School

Hoboken Montessori School expands

Those concerned about empty retail space in Hoboken should fear not! The Hoboken Montessori School located at 158 14th Street is expanding to the Bloomfield Street side of the new 1450 Washington Building (Toll Brothers).

Hoboken Montessori School expands in Hoboken NJ - Hoboken Montessori School

Hoboken Montessori School Coming to 1450 Washington Fall 2013

“We are excited to announce the expansion of our current program to meet the needs of families in Hoboken and the surrounding areas that seek to provide their children with a full-spectrum Montessori toddler through kindergarten experience.

Hoboken Montessori School will be expanding to the ground floor of 1450 Washington at Hudson Tea across the street from the back door of its current location. The school will house four additional classrooms. The building design will mimic HMS’s current school design and reflect our continued commitment to an authentic Montessori learning environment.

HMS is continuing to accept applications for the 2013-2014 school year on a rolling basis. Please call the school directly for availability at 201-656-7300.”

Hoboken Montessori School Open House this weekend

6/2/2011:

This Saturday, June 4th – the Hoboken Montessori School at 14th & Garden Streets is holding another open house!

Hoboken Montessori School Open House April 2011 - Hoboken Montessori School

Spring Registration for Fall Enrollment at HMS

“We are delighted to announce the opening of Hoboken Montessori School (“HMS”) at the Garden Street Lofts located at 158 14th Street.

HMS is a parent founded independent early childhood school designed to nurture a child’s inherent love of learning. Our classrooms are designed specifically for Montessori education and provide a child-focused setting conducive to the education of young children. We are currently accepting applications for Fall enrollment.

Tour starts at 10am sharp, and are for parents only. Space is limited and you must RSVP to reserve your space. Student visits take place later in the admissions process. Please request a tour at http://hobokenmontessori.com/admissions-visit.html. You will receive an email confirming your scheduled date and time.

Please email info@hobokenmontessori.com if you have any questions!”

Hoboken Montessori School registration beings this spring

Enrollment to start Fall 2011…

1/10/2011:

Did you know Hoboken has a new school opening up this year in the Garden Street Lofts building?

Hoboken Montessori School (“HMS”) is a parent founded independent early childhood school designed to nurture a child’s inherent love of learning. Guided by Dr. Maria Montessori’s philosophy, our program provides intellectual, artistic, and developmental life experiences taught by teachers who have been specially trained and Montessori certified. Our classrooms are designed specifically for Montessori education and provide a child-focused setting conducive to the education of young children.

The school provides two programs; a Toddler Program for children between the ages of 2 and 3, and a Primary Program for children ages 3 to 6. Each classroom comprises six interrelated areas: Practical Life, Sensorial, Language, Math, Geography/Culture and Science/Nature. In addition, a full range of experiences including music, foreign language, art, and movement complement the program.

Hoboken Montessori School Garden Street Lofts Spring 2011 NJ - Hoboken Montessori School

Hoboken Montessori School Core Values

  • Each child is unique and learns at his/her own pace.
  • Each child is treated with respect and courtesy.
  • Each child is empowered to make choices.
  • A parent is a child’s first teacher.
  • The learning environment should reflect the world of the child.
  • Respect for self, each other, the community, and the environment.

“It is true that we cannot make a genius. We can only give to each child the chance to fulfill his potential to become an independent, secure, balanced person.”

– Dr. Maria Montessori

Hoboken Montessori School Program Goals

The goals of the program are to:

  • Cultivate a child’s innate desire to learn through individualized and group instruction.
  • Encourage a child to be a self-starter and thereby build a child’s self-esteem.
  • Stimulate a child’s imagination and creativity through arts, language, music and science.
  • Develop a child’s problem solving skills through targeted activities that emphasize order, concentration, and coordination.
  • Promote positive relationships through respect and cooperation.

Description: Early Childhood School
Address: 158 14th Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Web: www.hobokenmontessori.com
Email: info@hobokenmontessori.com

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emarche
emarche
Saturday, June 4, 2011 4:03 pm

There’s a montessori school up in Edgewater that is reportedly very good – and very reasonable. On par with the most reasonable places in Hoboken in terms of price. My kids are doing great where they are (and I’m not paying through the nose for it), so that’s where they’ll stay. Getting to Edgewater in the AM seems tricky.

bmacqueens
bmacqueens
Friday, June 3, 2011 8:40 am

Wife visited. Loved the space, but not the price. Would be very eager to put Little-Me in the space, but not at the price. Maybe we can meet in the middle?

potatochip
potatochip
Monday, April 18, 2011 7:27 pm

Went there out of curiosity for our 18 month year old on Saturday and although we learned some interesting take a ways about child development we threw the orientation folder in the trash on our way out.

Almost cult like and an unnatural approach to learning. Not much more money than your typical day care in Hoboken however I want my child to enjoy childhood and not get quizzed on Chopin when they are 3 years old. Breeding ground for over achievers, failures, and unhappy kids. Hated the entire thought process of it all.

westcoastbound
westcoastbound
Reply to  potatochip
Monday, April 18, 2011 10:10 pm

Hmmm. That sucks. I’ve toured a number of Montessori schools and never had that impression. Plus, the idea of “quizzing” young children on anything is absolutely antithetical to true Montessori. Hope you were given a misimpression because I always thought it was a shame that Hoboken didn’t have a Montessori option. If you are right, then it’s a shame that it isn’t true Montessori. That said, Hoboken is in desperate need for more preschools, especially with Abbott ending, so hopefully it is the right fit for some families.[quote comment=”205934″]Went there out of curiosity for our 18 month year old on Saturday and although we learned some interesting take a ways about child development we threw the orientation folder in the trash on our way out.Almost cult like and an unnatural approach to learning. Not much more money than your typical day care in Hoboken however I want my child to enjoy childhood and not get quizzed on Chopin when they are 3 years old. Breeding ground for over achievers, failures, and unhappy kids. Hated the entire thought process of it all.[/quote]

Kaiser Sosay
Kaiser Sosay
Monday, January 10, 2011 11:51 am

Will this be a a school of indoctrination for the politically correct.

mooshu
mooshu
Reply to  Kaiser Sosay
Monday, January 10, 2011 1:28 pm

No, that’s All Saints.[quote comment=”201899″]Will this be a a school of indoctrination for the politically correct.[/quote]

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