Trinity Montessori School is a private independent Montessori
school located in the heart of Markham, Ontario near the intersection of
16th Avenue and Woodbine Avenue, just 2 km east of Highway 404.
Since 1999, our school has nurtured strong,
independent and capable children who have gone on to excel in
other educational institutions.
Our curriculum is
based on the developmental stage of the child from infancy
through 6th grade. This carefully developed method of education
uses unique hands-on materials that encourage a concrete
understanding of abstract principles. In multi-age classrooms,
Montessori teachers guide the natural curiosity of children to
foster academic success and a life long love of learning. The
school is a community that develops in its children self-esteem
and self-discipline, independence, and respect for and
cooperation with fellow individuals.
“With Proper Nurturing, Our Students Will Blossom”
Trinity Montessori School's motto is reflective of our
philosophy that with proper nurturing and guidance, each of our
students will blossom into a unique, strong and beautiful
individual who is capable and strongly rooted in academics.
School strives to recognize and respect the uniqueness of every
child and to help each child reach his or her highest
potential. Our school adopts a holistic approach to education
within a caring and nurturing environment, with particular
emphasis on academic excellence, emotional maturity, mental and
physical well-being and moral and spiritual soundness. We aim
to develop our students into persons of character and integrity,
who would become respected and contributing members of society.
Trinity Montessori School is a private school focused upon achieving student success.
The school is not intended to, nor does it, serve all students equally well. To ensure and
to maximize this student success, Trinity Montessori School restricts student admissions to
only those students who demonstrate all of:
(i) the potential to achieve academic excellence;
(ii) an independently-motivated work ethic to enthusiastically achieve such academic excellence;
(iii) an enthusiasm for physical fitness and achievement; and
(iv) well-developed emotional (intra-personal) and social (inter-personal) skills, necessary to co-operatively
and fully participate within a friendly but competitive school environment.