DEARBORN HEIGHTS, MI – Julie Bawulski, admissions director for Dearborn Heights Montessori Center, recently confirmed that the school is continuing to accept enrollment applications for the 2013-14 school year.
“We offer authentic Montessori programs for children from 18 months through 14 years of age,” said Bawulski. “During the past 41 years, we’ve continued to grow and expand our programs for families seeking high quality educational options.”
According to Bawluski, one of the first events to be held during the new school year is the school-wide celebration of Peace Day, which recognizes the United Nation’s International Day of Peace held each year on September 21.
“This year’s celebration will mark our fifth year to participate in this day-long event that ends with a special assembly for students, parents and staff in the school gym,” added Bawluski. Peace is an integral part of the Montessori philosophy and DHMC’s year-round curriculum which includes a variety of classroom and community activities.
Along with outstanding academic programs provided by experienced and well- trained staff, Dearborn Heights Montessori Center offers foreign languages, art, music, physical education, technology, field trips, and in-house presentations as well as before and after school care.
New parents are especially interested in learning about the school’s rapidly growing authentic Montessori toddler program.
For additional information about programs and enrollment at Dearborn Heights Montessori Center, call 313-359-3000or visit www.dhmontessori.org.
About Dearborn Heights Montessori Center
Dearborn Heights Montessori Center (DHMC) is a non-profit educational community founded in 1972. Now in its 41styear, 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 toddler, preschool, day care and latchkey programs, along with its satellites Livonia Montessori Center and Plymouth-Canton Montessori School, are licensed by the Michigan Division of Child and Adult Licensing. More information is available at www.dhmontessori.org and by calling 313-359-3000