The Learning Nest is a school devoted to the Montessori philosophy and principles, where students learn at their own pace with personalized lesson plans.
The Learning Nest Montessori School was founded in February of 2013 by a group of experienced educators who believe strongly in the Montessori philosophy. The school was created with the aim of offering the best possible educational environment for a child’s full development: physically, intellectually, and spiritually.
The school founders have a prestigious record of success with their first Montessori school, Montessori Institute of Broward, which is located in Davie. MIB has been operating since 2006 and has over 200 students.
The Learning Nest is accredited by the Department of Children and Families (DCF).
License no. C11MD2237
To provide a safe, diverse, creative, healthy, and fun environment that enables our children to grow intellectually, spiritually, and physically. We are committed to creating and maintaining an optimal learning environment that fosters respect and compassion, where children grow with enthusiasm and a sense of self-confidence, independence, responsibility and leadership. Our students become productive members of their family, community, society, and the world.
Our vision is to facilitate an environment that, as part of the learning process, prepares the child to live in a world of diversity with confidence and integrity. Our vision is for our students to grow to be honest people who treat others with respect, love, and compassion. Our students will become citizens of the world who contribute and make decisions based on the highest morals, transforming not just themselves, but also our community, country, and planet.
- To recognize and affirm the individuality of each child.
- To provide an environment where students can grow in accordance with their own needs.
- To help children develop in such a way that they remain in touch with their own nature and develop respect for the environment in which they live.
- To provide the context in which a group of children can develop a social structure that originates from the contrasting needs of the individuals and the group.