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Montessori Child Development Center

Private School | Grades PK,K
14911 Espola Rd
Poway, CA 92064
(858) 748-1727

About This School

Montessori Child Development Center was established in 1978 and is administered by the same director. Marijane Schafer, a trained Montessori teacher and administrator, chooses AMI and AMS head teachers who lovingly prepare the environment and lessons for the children.

   We are a small school where parents and children are treated with respect. The classrooms are neat and orderly with a full complement of beautiful Montessori materials aesthetically arranged to enhance learning. The back yard is much more than a playground with gardens and small farm animals for the children to observe, learn and care for. MCDC promotes individualized learning viewing each child's development and inspiring in them the love of learning.
Montessori Child Development Center is located in Poway, CA. It is a private, montessori school that serves 12 students in grades PK,K. Montessori Child Development Center is coed (school has male and female students) and is nonsectarian in orientation. The school belongs to the American Montessori Society.

In 2010, Montessori Child Development Center had 6 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The California average is 24 students per full-time equivalent teacher.

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Students (2010)

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Students Per Teacher (2010)

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By , a Parent on

When my wife and I first started searching for a preschool for our son we were nervous but after our visit with MCDC we knew we had found the right school. It's been almost 3 yrs since and I can honestly say MCDC has been a blessing for my son and family. This is a great, great place with fantastic teachers and staff. Our son will attend MCDC for kindergarten and our 2 yr old daughter will be attending as well. Great job MCDC!

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