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What parents say

“I have developed individual, unique relationships with teacher, staff, and other parents that enhance our family’s experience. Everyone has been helpful and respectful. My children are learning academic skills in addition to good manners and polite behavior. We are pleased with this school and we feel so lucky to have this school in our town. I look forward to the coming years.”


“All children are appreciated for their unique gifts, and activities are tailored to their individual development needs. After being in the Montessori program for 3 years, I often think how fortunate I have been to have such a wonderful place for my son to spend his time while I have to be at work. Nothing can be more comforting for a working ‘away from the home’ parent than to know their children are being well cared for by people who have the same values, hopes and dreams for their children as they do.”


“Our son loves going to school every day. He loves his teachers. We love the multicultural lessons that he learns and the parent involvement. The school follows the Montessori philosophy and educational approach of ‘learning by doing.’ The school also teaches emotional and social skills, fostering the development of indent, polite, gracious, and responsible children.”


“It’s been such a wonderful experience being a part of the Bedford Montessori community and we are so grateful for all you have done to make us feel so welcome. Our daughter has grown so beautifully in your school and we are so thankful for your guidance and support”

M.W. Parent of Kindergarten student


“Bedford Montessori is a top-rate school where children learn far more than academics in a warm, peaceful environment. The teachers allow the children to direct their own learning, while providing enough guidance to ensure that they have a well-rounded education. After attending Bedford Montessori through Kindergarten, my son and daughter entered public school at an advanced academic level and with a genuine enjoyment of learning, the skills to advocate for themselves, the ability to work well independently and with other children, and friendships that they maintain years later.”

DW. Parent from September 2013 – June 2018

“The goal of early childhood education should be to activate the child’s own natural desire to learn”

Dr. Maria Montessori

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