About Aloha 

Aloha Montessori's Director Maggie Eyerman is herself a product of Maria Montessori's education program from 18 months until five years old. Maggie has over 35 years’ experience with preschool children. Upon graduating with a degree in Recreation Administration with an emphasis in Therapeutics, she followed her passion and taught children in a Montessori preschool for four years. During this time, she started a successful rhythm, gymnastics, theatrics and movement company called Movin' Kids, for other Montessori preschools in the area.

 

As a water baby turned Junior Olympian swim competitor, an opportunity arose for her to establish a year-round indoor Montessori based swim School which has been operating for 30 years. Her love and passion for working in many educational capacities with preschool children has led her to realize a lifelong dream in establishing Aloha Montessori.

About Montessori

At the center of Montessori education, is self-direction. Most Montessori education is hands-on and encourages plenty of play and collaborative activities with the other students in the class as well as a variety of outdoor movement-based activities. Mixed-age classrooms, teach children how to work together and learn from each other as they master life skills.

In a Montessori preschool, children are grasping the same concepts as their peers in a traditional classroom, but the idea is for children to learn individually and at their own pace by moving freely around the room and choosing from a wide range of hands-on, age-appropriate activities that are designed to teach specific skills. The primary goal of Montessori education is to help children learn concentration, motivation, self-discipline and a love of learning.

Our Mission

To guide each student on their path of development by providing a carefully prepared environment which nurtures the mind, body, and spirit of each individual.

 

 

  • Awaken a love a learning, passion for knowledge, and joy of creativity in each student

  • Support the development of independent, self-confident learners

  • Foster a strong sense of self, respect for others and an ability to work as part of a group

  • Develop a repertoire of life skills and a strong academic foundation

  • Provide developmentally appropriate physical activity and healthy nutritional snacks

  • Encourage regular practice of self-reflection and nurturing the peace within

  • Provide a reliable source of care and information for families

 

 

      Respect                                     Responsibility                                                          Kindness 

      Compassion                              Honesty                                                                   Awareness

Goals

Core Values

“Let us give the child a vision of the whole universe… for all things are part of the universe, and are connected with each other to form one whole unity” 

-Maria Montessori​

Events

Aloha OPEN HOUSE

 

Schedule a private tour with our Director Maggie, both parents, and our new student, any Tuesday between

3:30PM to 6:30PM!

408-358-7049 or aloha@alohamontessori.com

Enrollment is NOW OPEN!

 

Currently we opportunity for 3 more students!

Present your application today and we'll see if you are a good fit for Aloha Montessori

 

408-358-7049 or aloha@alohamontessori.com

Aloha Montessori 2020 - 2021 School Calendar

School will be CLOSED on the following days:

     

     Labor Day: September 7th

     Thanksgiving: November 23rd – 27th

     Winter Break: December 21st – January 1st

     Presidents week: February 15th – 19th

     Spring Break: April 5th – 9th

     Memorial Day: May 31st