The Cobb School, Montessori

(860) 658-1144

admissions@cobbschool.com

112 Sand Hill Rd

Simsbury, CT 06070

The Cobb School, Montessori
Cobb School Montessori

Celebrating Over

40 Years

Serving our students with the mission: Believe, Guide, Step Aside Let Fly

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Dedicated to Excellence

With over 40 years of experience we’ll ensure your child always get the best Montessori education.

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Our Programs

Unlocking Potential

Students as young as 15 months begin building self confidence, independence and start to understand their place in the school community.

Our Greatest Assets

Your child will be respected and loved in a Cobb School classroom. Our teachers follow the natural rhythms and curiosities of each individual child.

Tomorrow's Innovators

A Cobb School education encourages independent thinking, favors discipline and focus, and nurtures the innate curiosity in each child so that they may adapt to the challenges of a fast-changing world.

Believe, Guide, Step Aside, Let Fly

The Cobb School, Montessori is more than a school. It is a socially conscious community, committed to making the world a better place through educating each child that enters its doors to his or her greatest potential.

Admission

The Cobb School, Montessori celebrates diversity and inclusion, welcomes families of all backgrounds and is a clear choice for parents committed to a Montessori education with a world view.

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Academics

Our approach to education is based on the teachings of Dr. Maria Montessori. At The Cobb School, joy and delight in learning are matched by the values of hard work, self-discipline and integrity.

Giving

Our school is funded solely through its tuition fees and private contributions. It relies on the generosity of the entire school community to support its quality educational program and facilities.

" Free the child's potential, and you will transform him into the world "

Our purpose is to provide a safe, happy, peaceful environment for your child, where they are able to be themselves and thrive; while acquiring the educational foundation needed to achieve.

Authentic, Inclusive, Peaceful
A sanctuary for children fifteen months to twelve years.

School News

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Cobb School Country Fair 2017

Country Fair

Saturday, October 14 | 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. A Fun-Filled Fair – Live Music, Games, Face Painting CRAFT ACTIVITIES INCLUDE: Woodworking (building bird houses…

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Sep
20

Independent Schools - Are They Worth It?

Independent schools are expensive. And many parents have to ask themselves, Are they worth it? Douglas J. Lyons, Ed.D. Executive Director, Connecticut Association of Independent…

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Aug
13

Setting Limits

Parenting is one of the most rewarding and challenging roles we play as adults. Our society has high expectations of parents and yet we are…

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. A Cobb School classroom nurtures your child’s excitement and curiosity of the world, by offering a variety of materials to stimulate and intrigue your child.
  2. A Cobb School teacher is trained to recognize when a child is ready to learn a new skill, and to foster his or her natural instincts and abilities.
  3. Your child is valued as an independent thinker and encouraged to make choices on his or her own.
  4. A Cobb School education provides students of all ages with information in a way they can understand and enjoy.
  5. Learning is fun, empowering, and custom-fit to suit your child’s individual learning style.

Dr. Montessori observed that children are more motivated to learn when working on something of their own choosing. A Montessori student may choose his focus of learning on any given day, but his decision is limited by the materials and activities—in each area of the curriculum—that his teacher has prepared and presented to him.

Beginning at the elementary level, students typically set learning goals and create personal work plans under their teacher’s guidance.

The Montessori environment gives children the opportunity and ability to choose the work that most interests them, as a result they tend to remain focused and attentive while immersed in their work.

There is a small but growing body of well-designed research comparing Montessori students to those in traditional schools. These suggest that in academic subjects, Montessori students perform as well as or better than their non-Montessori peers.

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