The Albrook School - Montessori

The Albrook School - Montessori

The Albrook School, nestled on 6.5 acres in Basking Ridge, New Jersey, is a private non-profit Montessori school. It was founded in 1979 and enrolls over 200 children ages two through twelve. The school features fully equipped classrooms, two heated in-ground pools, extensive playgrounds and is staffed by trained Montessori co-teachers. An eight week summer camp is also offered.

Albrook is accredited by The American Montessori Society and by The Middle States Commission on Elementary Schools.

Our students come from a wide range of towns and cultural backgrounds. Together with the multi-national Albrook staff, they create a rich and diverse cultural canvas. Upon graduation, Albrook's students go on to many of the finest private and public schools.

rospective parents interested in enrolling their child in The Albrook School are encouraged to make an appointment to tour the school prior to submitting an application. This visit to our school is done without the child in order to allow the parents an opportunity to discuss with the Director any questions or concerns they may have.

After the application and application fee have been received, an appointment for an interview with the child will be made by the admissions office.

There will be a rolling admissions policy, starting in February. In the spring, new applicants will be notified concerning acceptance or rejection. If a child is accepted and a space is unavailable, then the child will be placed on our waiting list. Parents will be contacted if a space becomes available.

Upon acceptance, a registration form will be sent to the parents, which must be returned with a non-refundable registration deposit. This deposit reserves a place in the school for your child.

Type: AMS, Middle States

Montessori's educational approach has changed the learning process throughout the world. There are approximately 22,000 Montessori schools worldwide. Montessori schools teach children from as early has birth to 18 years old when children become adults.

There are different levels of Montessori development. The schools we list provide different levels and practices of the Montessori educational system/approach. Call the phone number listed for more information and/or to set up an appointment to visit the school.

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