DEARBORN HEIGHTS, Michigan – Dearborn Heights Montessori Center (DHMC) invites parents of toddlers through middle school students to attend an Open House from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, November 13, 2011. The school, which serves children from 18 months through eighth grade, is located at 466 N. John Daly in Dearborn Heights.
Families interested in receiving more details about Montessori education and the different levels available at DHMC are encouraged to attend. Teachers and staff will explain programs and answer questions about toddlers, Extended Day kindergarten, lower and upper elementary, and middle school.
“Visitors are also welcome to tour our classrooms, including the toddler program that has expanded to two classes this year,” said Laura Springer, admissions director.
DHMC’s Montessori programs are specially designed to meet the developmental needs of each age group within a supportive and nurturing environment.
Children are welcome to accompany parents to the Open House, and light refreshments will be served.
As an independent non-profit educational community, DHMC provides an individualized learning experience, enabling each child from toddler through eighth grade to reach his or her potential. Respect for children, a strong commitment to non-violence, and a deep belief in the value of education are all principles upon which the school functions.
In addition to toddler, preschool, kindergarten, elementary and middle school programs, DHMC provides before and after school care, summer camp, and academic tutoring.
For additional information about the November Open House and programs available at Dearborn Heights Montessori Center, call 313-359-3000 or visit www.dhmontessori.org.
About Dearborn Heights Montessori Center
Dearborn Heights Montessori Center (DHMC) is a non-profit educational community founded in 1972. Celebrating its 40th anniversary year, DHMC is the largest and longest-established Montessori school in western Wayne County. Programs include toddler, preschool, kindergarten, elementary, and middle school as well as summer programs and academic tutoring. Day care and latchkey are also available for enrolled children. DHMC has received accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and is affiliated with the American Montessori Society, Michigan Montessori Society, and the Association of Independent Michigan Schools (AIMS). DHMC preschool and latchkey programs, along with its satellites Livonia Montessori Center and Plymouth-Canton Montessori School, are licensed by the Michigan Department of Human Services.