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Bilingual Montessori School of Boston hosts February 15 Open House



CONTACT: Jim Farrell, PR First, 781-681-6616, jfarrell@prfirst.com

 

Bilingual Montessori School of Boston to host February 15 Open House

BOSTON, MA, ISSUED FEBRUARY 6, 2014…The Bilingual Montessori School of Boston (http://www.bilingualmontessori.org/), a private, independent, bilingual Montessori School for boys and girls, from infants through kindergarten, will host an Open House Saturday, February 15, from 1 to 4 p.m. at their Boston location, 61 Rockwood Street, Jamaica Plain.

The school is now beginning the application/admissions process for the upcoming season, and the Open House will afford parents and community members a chance to visit the school, meet the staff, and learn more about the unique programs that they offer.

Located on Moss Hill in Jamaica Plain, at the border of South Brookline, the international, multicultural, French bilingual school draws families from neighborhoods in and out of Boston.

 

“Please come and see tour our beautiful French bilingual school, and learn about the

Montessori method for Infants - Age 6,” said Head of School, (Mrs.) Theodora Koziol. For questions about the Open House, please call (617) 522-3286 or visit www.bilingualmontessori.org.

 

About Bilingual Montessori School of Boston

Founded in 1995, the Bilingual Montessori School of Boston is an international, multicultural, French bilingual school dedicated to guiding and nurturing children’s full development by providing a learning atmosphere that promotes peace, harmony and respect based on Montessori principles of education. The School seeks to aid and inspire children of all races, color, gender, creed, nationality and religion. The school serves children from infancy to kindergarten. Children who attend will master French as a second language. Additionally, the school’s music curriculum is designed around a composition of international songs, including classical, folk and children's songs. Musical concepts incorporated include: rhythm, pitch, form, dynamics, notation and harmony. The ear training involves singing and rhythmic training directly related to the pieces being taught.  Children who complete and graduate the program excel in elementary school. The Bilingual Montessori School of Boston will be joined this year by The Bilingual Montessori School of Sharon, which will open its doors in June. For more information, please call (617) 522-3286 or visit www.bilingualmontessori.org.

 

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