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Montessori

The Montessori program begins in Kindergarten and carries on through to grade 5. Montessori is offered at Connaught Heights Elementary and Richard McBride Elementary. Catchment boundaries are in effect for this program.

What is the Montessori Program? Frequently Asked Questions

Brochure: A Snapshot of The Montessori Program

Application Procedure

Applications for Programs of Choice will no longer be accepted at the School Board Office reception. Applications for Programs of Choice will be available online January 15, 2017 (9am) – February 10, 2017 (4 pm) for students starting Kindergarten or grade one in September 2017 for Montessori. If you submitted an application prior to June 30, 2015 you will receive an email, in the year you applied for, confirming your application has already been received. A separate application form is required for each child.

Please  when applying for entry in grades other than K and grade 1.
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