Our son started attending Children’s House earlier this year, when he was 15 months old. He quickly became acclimated to the classroom environment, which was an excellent fit for him – clean, relaxed, calm, lots of one-on-one time, all with a very nurturing approach. He looks forward to the days he goes, and is always full of excitement with a big smile on his face when the door opens and he sees his teachers. The teachers are caring, friendly, approachable, and we have complete faith that they always have our child’s best interests at heart. We have noticed a number of positive changes since he started, such as an increased ability to concentrate on tasks, and a greater love of reading. We are extremely pleased that we chose Children’s House for our son, and we believe the program has become an integral part of his early childhood development.

Crum Family (Infant Class)

Our daughter has been happy since day one at this lovely school, a very beautiful, friendly and happy atmosphere.

A school where everything is done with an attention to detail, and the happiness and comfort of the student is the most important.

The mix between play and Montessori work, seems to have a very good balance, our daughter of 20 months come home bubbly, chatting about her day every afternoon.

Watanabe Family (Infant Class)

Though my stay in Tokyo coincided with autumn break, Children’s House offered to give me a tour of the school’s lovely facilities. The Children’s House environment has an elegant simplicity that emphasizes the beauty of the Montessori materials, underscoring the potential they have to engage children’s intellectual and creative capabilities. The teachers’ bilingualism in English and Japanese allows for native Japanese-speaking children and native English-speaking children to benefit from a Montessori environment that wholly values both the culture in which the school and its students reside and the cultures from which many of the international students come. As a member of the Board of Directors of St. Paul’s Episcopal Montessori School in San Antonio, Texas, I admire Children’s House’s ability to create a space in which children from 1 to 6 years old grow up learning how to engross themselves in their work, while laying a foundation for understanding differences in humanity.

Philis M. Barragán Goetz (Montessori Visitor)