Denver (PRWEB) April 5, 2009
Montessori Children's House of Denver (MCHD) has received full accreditation by the Commission on International and Trans-regional Accreditation (CITA). MCHD serves children ages 18 months to 12 years.
"MCHD has a unique focus on learning styles and a strong Montessori curriculum that sets our school apart from other educational programs. We're recognized on an international level with our CITA accreditation, assuring families of extremely high education standards," said Rachel Averch, president of Montessori Children's House of Denver.
CITA is awarded to schools that advance the quality of education throughout the United States and around the world. CITA promotes the quality of schools by maintaining a common protocol, ensuring standards and conducting evaluations of school policies and procedures. This helps schools establish trust in education by ensuring all students attending a CITA school acquire strong education standards that are followed throughout all accredited institutions.
CITA embraces Montessori in its education standards. MCHD offers a strong and carefully developed Montessori curriculum that provides students with the ingredients for academic, social and emotional success and stimulates their concentration and natural curiosity for learning.
About Montessori Children's House of Denver
Founded in 1991, Montessori Children's House of Denver is a CITA- and NAEYC-accredited school providing children from 18 months up to 12 years with a private Montessori school education. MCHD's teaching methods are based on identifying each child's learning style and customizing the curriculum they offer accordingly. MCHD nurtures, inspires and supports children's growth and creates a solid foundation for their lives. MCHD emphasizes peace education, personal responsibility, celebration of cultural diversity and respect for nature.
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