The Cobb School, Montessori

(860) 658-1144

admissions@cobbschool.com

112 Sand Hill Rd

Simsbury, CT 06070

The Cobb School, Montessori

Programs

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Toddler - Young Children's Community
(ages 15-33 months)

Students in Cobb’s Young Children’s Community interact with classmates in a beautiful space designed to meet their needs. With love and guidance, Cobb’s teachers prepare the way for these spirited and capable toddlers to begin building the adults they will one day become. Dr. Maria Montessori believed the first three years of life are the most important in the development of human beings and their potential. A Montessori start lays the foundation.

Cobb School Montessori Primary

Primary (ages 3-6 years)

Students in Cobb’s Primary develop their skills in four principle areas: language, math, sensorial, and practical life. Our “morning children” learn from our “extended day,” as they work together in an ordered, joyful, and peaceful environment. The students learn to work at a task from beginning to end and improve their capacity for deep concentration. They exercise their executive functions, learning patience, self-discipline, and responsibility to the community.

Boys Learning From Each Other

Lower Elementary (ages 6-9 years)

Students in Cobb’s Lower Elementary study math, language, earth and physical science, geography, biology, history, music, art, Spanish, and physical education. They delight in their growing independence, and they relish time with friends. The classrooms are alive with energy as students exercise their minds and social skills, working together in a peaceful community. The children develop the skills and self-confidence to become more responsible for their work and are aware of their strengths and weaknesses, as they grow into thoughtful, respectful, responsible citizens.

Cbbb School Montessori Upper Elementary science

Upper Elementary (ages 9-12 years)

Students in Cobb’s Upper Elementary study math, art, science, music, literature, history, Spanish, and more.  They learn how to plan their days and meet their goals. Their individualized curriculum and freedom to follow their passions fuel their love of learning. They discover the world around them as they discover themselves.  With increasing responsibility and independence, the Upper Elementary students continue to develop academic skills and a strong ethical sense.