Denver (PRWEB) April 22, 2009
Montessori Children's House of Denver (MCHD) has been fully accredited by the National Association for the Education of the Young Children (NAEYC). MCHD educates children ages 18 months up to 12 years of age.
The accreditation is awarded to select schools that can demonstrate tangible dedication to providing high-quality education for their students by meeting all of NAEYC's rigorous criteria. The process is pursued by schools already dedicated to excellence. "NAEYC certification is completely voluntary and provides an objective confirmation of the school's high level of performance," said Rachel Averch, president of Montessori Children's House of Denver. "MCHD is proud to be one of a few Montessori Schools in Denver that offers NAEYC accredited education."
NAEYC promotes high-quality programs for all children from birth through age eight. The organization improves education nationwide by developing national standards and performing a thorough screening for schools applying for NAEYC accreditation. This ensures standards are met throughout the education system.
MCHD's curriculum provides a child-centered education that focuses on individual learning styles and needs, experiential learning and tapping into children's natural curiosity to keep their love of learning strong.
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.