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Montessori Children's House of Durham

2800 Pickett Road
Durham, NC 27705

Camps: All
Schools: Preschools, Private Schools

HOURS: 7:45 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.
CALL:  919.489.9045
EMAIL(info@mchdurham.org)   |   WEBSITE   |   FACEBOOK


Founded in 1976, MCHD became the first school in North Carolina to be Accredited by the American Montessori Society, in 1996.

Montessori Children'€™s House of Durham (MCHD) lays foundations for intellectual, moral, emotional, physical, social, and spiritual competence in our students. We shape young people who have a sense of the grand order of the universe, who can assume their rights and responsibilities, find joy in learning, and who delight among the peoples and in the places where they live.

Teachers guide children to:

learn to make decisions in their practical lives,

explore a myriad of sensory experiences,

savor the power of words,

revel in the elegance of mathematics,

cultivate their unique voice through the arts,

discover continents and cultures in geography,

observe the marvelous wonders of the natural world
and link the past to the present in historical studies.

Summer camp programs provide a safe and fun setting for children ages 15 months - grade 6. Our themes, which change weekly include, crafts, athletics, games, water play, drama, music, story time, cooking, gardening, and nature exploration. Half and full day options with extended care until 6:00PM are available for some ages. Join us June 8 - August 14. Camp closed week of July 4th.



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Interactive Open House at Montessori Children's House of Durham

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A hands-on interaction with the teachers, materials, and classroom. This event is for parents only. RSVP to reserve your space at either session. Monday, October 30th at 9am or 11:30am http://www.mchdurham.org/apps/form/form.MCHOD.qwVenkm.To...MORE »