Welcome to Inclusive Montessori School


Your child is growing up fast and ready for a little more independence, our pre school club will be a perfect introduction.


Our approach to learning and teaching is through child centered play and education. We have a fully equipped nursery.

After School

With a wide range of activities including arts and crafts, imaginative play and physical activities, our staff will engage with your children.

Why Inclusive Montessori School

We are a private Montessori school in the Hamilton/ Plainsboro/ Princeton/ Lawrenceville/Robbinsville area based on the Maria Montessori’s philosophy of freeing the child’s potential in a stimulating environment.

Inclusive Montessori has been serving the Princeton/Plainsboro area since 2000. Our school offers a challenging and rewarding curriculum for our students ages 6 weeks – 6 years old. We have flexible school schedules for which includes half-day, full-day and after hours availability.

Our Mission Statement

The hands on the world represents growth, transformation and a positive imprint onto the world itself. This is a representation and reminder that we are here to help our children offer a positive imprint onto the world on their life journey while learning in a free environment.

Our mission at Inclusive Montessori is to implement the philosophy, practice, and curriculum of Dr. Maria Montessori and her method of education. We provide an instructional individualized montessori program, that will enable all students to reach their highest level of academic success.We respect the right and need of each individual child, to stimulate the passion to embrace all of life with respect and love. We develop the skills necessary for active and intelligent exploration and a life long love of learning.


Ages 6 Weeks – 2 Years

The Montessori Infant / Toddler program is designed to foster the development of basic trust and to assist in the normal development of the personality. Basic trust develops in an environment where people respond appropriately to the child’s communication of needs to be loved, respected and accepted. Infant and toddlers alike learn through their senses. They learn by watching and moving freely in the environment.

The child is considered as a whole person and is affected by the quality of holding and feeding, as well as the quality of physical care. Freedom to move is essential to the development of child’s potential. Learning, which leads to indepence, occurs where the child participates in their daily routines of care. The children must be spoken to in the languae with which they will communicate.


Ages 2 – 4 Years

In the Toddler Class, basic motor coordination and language development are cultivated while the individual personality is respected. The environment for the toddlers is very nurturing and calm community as these children are often experiencing their first interactions with other children. Much of the materials in the Toddler classroom serve as a bridge to the work done in the Primary classes. The children learn to focus on a particular task, return their materials to their proper place when finished and participate in a cooperative group. Vocal work with counting acts as an establishment for later math work. Also, at this age these children are exploding into speech, therefore we provide them with an abundance of stories and songs.

The Montessori Toddler class provides children eighteen months to three-years-old with experiences that support the development of their confidence and independence. This environment helps the children feel comfortable when they enter the much larger three to six year old program.


Ages 3 – 6 Years

The Prepared Environment of the Primary Classroom is designed to meet the specific needs and tendencies of children, 3-6 years of age. In this environment, the children are given the opportunity to develop themselves individually within the grounds of a social community. The materials and lessons are categorized under five areas, which are all interrelated to help children achieve maximum success.


Indoor Play Areas

Our after school environment seeks to complement the children’s Montessori experience and give them more exposure to concentrated toys (i.e legos, dolls, toy cars). They also enjoy a variety of other areas not offered in the regular program including art lessons, music lessons and Chinese. Activities may vary, but the overall program remains the same. The pace is intentionally more relaxed with time for free play and outdoor activities.


Our Results Speak for themsleves!

We understand that the child learns and grows in different stages, each with particular needs and abilities. Young children learn through sensory activities and exploring their environment.

Their minds are like sponges, absorbing knowledge of the world around them with ease and eagerness. Older children continue to investigate their surroundings, and have new ways of learning, including reasoning and imagination.

Voted OUTSTANDING by our local education authority

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