I get asked quite a lot about Montessori schools in the valley. If you have experience with a school, leave a comment! I’ll fill these in as I hear back from the schools for more personal info.
SpringStone Montessori School, 7373 Montessori Street,702-450-1010
SpringStone Montessori School in SW, 2750 Lake Sahara Drive 702-255-4440
Our Mission is to inspire excellence, nurture curiosity, creativity, imagination and awaken the human spirit in every child.
Spring Valley Montessori School
6940 Edna Ave 702-362-9739
“Practical Life, Language Arts, Mathematics, Geometry, Cosmic Education, Botany, Zoology, and Chemistry.
We utilize hands on Montessori material along with supplemental materials to fulfill the Nevada State Registry requirements.”
Mountain Heights Montessori
3412 S Decatur Blvd., 702-475-8348
Infant to 9 years old, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Founded by two Montessori educators in 2007 who built around the idea that strong academics and social connectivity enhance a child’s future in the global marketplace. The school’s primary mission is to foster a love of learning in each student.
2301 Las Verdes St., 702-871-0600
8 month to age of 10
Childcare, preschool, kindergarten and after school care. “Our goal is to help our students develop the skills, talents, and capabilities they need on their way to higher education.”
3551 E. Sunset Rd
Warm Springs Campus
1905 E. Warm Springs Rd.
Birth through 12th grade
A private college preparatory school offering academic excellence with a highly active community.
The Clark County School District has a long list of charter schools across the Las Vegas Valley. This can be a good place to start. I will list charter schools that have been vetted by local parents who like them. If you have an experience with a local charter and want to share what you like about it, please leave a comment or feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
818 West Brooks Ave.
I was able to talk to the staff at Delta Academy and loved how they crafted their learning programs to work with each individual student.
“Charter schools have the flexibility for staff and parents to come together and make adjustments and changes to provide a better experience for the families and the students,” said Kyle Konold, PhD., superintendent of The Delta Academy. “We work with each student, their learning style, their goals, with our learning models. It’s about the student first.”
Discovery Charter School
3975 S. Sandhill Road
8941 Hillpointe Drive
Founders Classical Academy
5730 W. Alexander Road
Imagine Schools at Mountainview
6610 Grand Montecito Pkwy, 89149
Legacy Traditional School North Valley K-8
5024 Valley Drive, 89031
2251 S. Jones Blvd. 89146