NOW ACCEPTING ENROLLMENT FOR Preschool and Kindergartners. Start in June to get in on our amazing SUMMER CAMP program!!
The Hills Montessori Childcare & Learning Center currently has immediate openings for children age 6 weeks to 6 years of age. Contact us for more information at info@TheHillsMontessoriOmaha.com
Welcome to The Hills Montessori Childcare and Learning Center. Our rich curriculum emphasizes the principles of Dr. Maria Montessori and integrates music, art, math, reading, writing, history, botany, zoology, physical science, and geography. We seek to ensure educational quality through small class sizes, low teacher-child ratios and close communication with parents.
The Hills Montessori Childcare & Learning Center offers quality year-round childcare and educational programs emphasizing the principals of Maria Montessori for:
- Primary (Preschool)
* (The Hills Montessori offers part-time schedules for the Toddler and Primary program only. Please contact us for more information)
The Hills Montessori Childcare & Learning Center also offers:
- Certified Teachers
- Spacious Classrooms
- CPR/First Aid Certified Staff
- Bright Day Cafe (Providing children with nutritious food made in The Hills state-of-the-art kitchen)
- Affordable Tuition with Convenient Payment Options (Credit Cards Accepted)
- Safety Features Which Include:
- Alarm System
- Observation Windows
- Monitored/Secured Entry
- State-of-the-Art Storm Shelter
The Hills Montessori Childcare & Learning Center is committed to helping children reach their full potential by encouraging and fostering a life-long love of learning!
Located in North West Omaha, with easy access off of I-680 and Fort Street, our beautifully renovated building has over 9,000 square feet of learning space, a state-of-the-art storm shelter and a gourmet kitchen (Bright Day Cafe) where nutritious meals and snacks are provided daily.
To schedule a tour, contact us at info@TheHillsMontessoriOmaha.com or at 402-884-8715.
To learn more about Montessori, enjoy this video which was created as part of the documentary film project, Building the Pink Tower. To learn more, visit buildingthepinktower.org.”