Montessori American Debuts a Free eBook to Help Parents Choose a Montessori School

Montessori American, a preschool in Chula Vista, debuts their first eBook entitled: “12 Tips for Choosing a Montessori School.”

Edith Gruener – Principal
Montessori American School
(619) 422-1220

CHULA VISTA, CALIFORNIA (August 30, 2011) Montessori American School, is proud to announce the debut of a free eBook, 12 Tips for Choosing a Montessori School. This eBook clarifies for parents what a Montessori school is — describing the origin of Montessori schools and the kinds of benefits children receive from attending a Montessori school. It explains the philosophy behind Montessori schools including how children repeat activities until they’ve been mastered and how the calm and orderly classroom atmosphere fosters children’s attention and concentration.

12 Tips for Choosing a Montessori School also provides important criteria for parents to ensure they are choosing the right Montessori school for their children. This includes factors such as whether the school focuses both on academic achievement and encouraging self-confidence, enthusiasm for learning and feelings of being closely bonded. In addition, the book outlines the benefits of the Kindergarten program in a Montessori school, and how it creates a solid foundation for a child’s future education.

“We’re very excited to get this information out to the public. It’s so important that people know the truth about Montessori schools and how to choose a good one for their kids,” says Edith Gruener, Founder and Principal of Montessori American School. “Montessori schools are an excellent alternative to public schools for the fact that the children can receive better instruction and closer attention. Please download our eBook. We also welcome any questions you have.”The eBook, 12 Tips for Choosing a Montessori School can be downloaded for free, by clicking here .

Montessori American School is a private kindergarten and preschool in Chula Vista that serves Bonita, Chula Vista, Eastlake, and San Diego, CA. They opened their doors in 1988 with 48 students. Today the school serves 96 children between the ages of two and six years. All of the teachers are either certified by the Association of Montessori Internationale (AMI) or by the American Montessori Society (AMS) and they are trained to teach based on the philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori.

Montessori American School currently offers early childhood programs for ages 2 – 6, extended care services, and enrichment classes that include music, Spanish, yoga, and art.

Montessori American School is committed to Academic Excellence and has been since 1988. Call (619) 422-1220 for more information.