Main Street Montessori Association
Children's Choice Montessori
Main Street Montessori Association (MSMA) is a not-for-profit corporation providing Montessori preschool education to toddlers through kindergarten students for more than 30 years in Eugene and Springfield, Oregon.
Contact us to request a time to observe a Montessori classroom in action or meet with a Lead Teacher for a short tour.
708 W. 10th Ave. Eugene, OR. 97402
1942 5th St. Springfield, OR. 97477
Students and staff work and play together creating a "School Family" that fills their day with singing, laughter, work, and play.
Parents tell us what they think of Children’s Choice Montessori.
I love how excited Aurelia is to go to school everyday and see her friends. Our drives home in the afternoon are always so entertaining as she tells me all about what she and her friends did and learned about. I love that the teachers embrace her and all of her little quirks and allow her to be fully herself. It’s great getting the weekly reports on what the kids are doing so I know what to ask about!
“Children’s Choice Montessori has been a great partner for both of my boys, being a place where everyone has clear roles and responsibilities in creating healthy habits and positive growth during crucial stages of development.”
I would say our families favorite thing about CCM has been the staff and teachers ability to foster creativity and growth in our son in ways that have surpassed our expectations, year after year.
“Our boys have thrived in the self-directed learning environment and the focus on social-emotional development has been invaluable.”
– Levon & Gram’s Mom
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