Making a World
of Difference

We teach students skills they need to transform
themselves, others, and our global communities.

Learning Begins With Us

Our goal is to provide quality Montessori education to students of all races and creeds. We are affiliated with the American Montessori Society (AMS) and our teachers are Montessori certified, experienced, caring and dedicated. Established in 1989, we are situated on six acres with wonderful facilities which include fully equipped classrooms, a large gymnasium, a stage, a garden and three age appropriate play yards.

We offer Montessori education to children from ages three months to six years. Within an international school community, our child directed program provides a low student/teacher ratio and individualized instruction. Upon graduating from their kindergarten year, our students have not only acquired academic skills and independence, but as individuals, they have also developed socially in dealing with others and emotionally in dealing with issues.

CACC Montessori at a Glance
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We aim at inspiring our students to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more in their respective journeys of life.

Dr. Aparna Bagdi - Director


As a parent and psychologist, I am so glad that I chose CACC Montessori. I couldn’t be more pleased with the loving and caring teachers and the wonderful curriculum. If I had 10 kids, I would send them all to CACC Montessori!

Mary CACC Parent

We're very happy to have our son at CACC Montessori School! The Montessori method coupled with the care and patience from all the staff have been instrumental in promoting his physical, mental and emotional development.

Elodie CACC Parent

After spending more than a year at home due to the pandemic, CACC has made her transition back to school a calming and smooth experience. We are so grateful for your patience and care with her this past year.

Bindu CACC Parent

Curriculum Overview

Maria Montessori’s philosophy focuses on creating a prepared environment that offers a balance between freedom and structure for children, providing materials that enable progressive learning, and recognizing their innate potential to develop naturally during sensitive periods.


From one-to-one correspondence and number sense to calculations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, our curriculum focuses on strengthening the abilities of children’s mathematical mind. Logical reasoning and problem-solving activities allow for children’s mathematical understanding to move from the concrete to the abstract, and from simple to complex.


We capitalize on children’s natural curiosity to explore the many facets of science in our everyday lives. Children make discoveries about their natural world with materials and experiments designed to increase their understanding of topics including but not limited to nature, the plant and animal kingdom, seasons, space and sea-life, and whatever else catches their thoughtful attention.

Social Studies & Culture

Our child-centered curriculum asks the “big questions” about our social world: How are we similar? Different? We learn about the globe and life on different continents and about different languages, cultures, and traditions. The Montessori focus on peace and courtesy encourages us to learn about the peoples of our world with a view to promoting understanding and harmony.

Practical Life

The practical life curriculum centers on key concepts that enable children to become independent learners and citizens of their classrooms. Grace and courtesy, respect for self and others, respect for our world, and taking responsibility for ourselves and our work – these experiences and expectations help children to become self-aware and mindful of their role in the world.

Sensorial Study

The Montessori method utilizes the power of the senses to help children acquire distinct and accurate information from their environment and then distill this information to make sense of the world around them. All eight sensory groups: visual, auditory, olfactory, tactile, baric, thermic, gustatory, and stereognostic, are included in sensorial exercises in the Montessori classroom.

Music, Art, & Physical Ed

All ways to express ourselves in different way, children are encouraged to understand their feelings, their world, and their creativity through different art forms. From percussion instruments, to hands-on art experiences and relaxation through Zumba and yoga – our children learn to self-regulate their emotions and be a peaceful part of their classroom community.