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Our Preschool Program

Montclare Children’s School’s language arts curriculum builds and strengthens vocabulary, language development, verbal expression and reasoning, as well as social interaction and awareness. All of these are essential pre-reading skills. Children love to name and classify shapes, letters, numbers and objects.

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Our Admissions Process

Montclare Children’s School is now accepting applications. We offer a variety of preschool and after-school programs for 2-4 year olds. Once you submit an application you will receive an email invitation to schedule a tour of the school. We are also offering monthly information sessions.

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Frequently Asked Questions

This section of our website covers information about our school and admission process, from curriculum and program information, to faculty and staff, gifted and talented programs and snack information. We invite you to check out our comprehensive FAQ page and contact us with any additional questions you may have.

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Limited Space available for 2017-2018 School Year. Learn more about Montlcare’s Enriched Preschool Program at our next open house!

From Our Blog

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Music To My Ears

Getting to know Montclare’s Music Teacher, Noel Cohen!   Hi, Noel.  I know you live on the UWS. Where did yo...

Choices

Shelly Macdonald shares the following tip based on the skill of alternatives to punishment from How to Talk So Kids Wi...

At Montclare we provide a dedicated and nurturing team
of early childhood educators in every classroom.