Montessori Early Childhood Teacher Training

New! Register by June 18th

Bozeman residency starts July 8th
Durham, NH residency starts July 9th

Contact Us Today!

406-284-2160

Shortest way to be a MACTE*-certified Montessori teacher!

Complete all coursework (online & in-person) in 13 months

Start with our 2018 in-person summer residency in Bozeman, MT or Durham, NH

Use your summer months to reach your professional goals.

YOU = Certified Montessori Teacher, July 2019!

Call now for details: 406-284-2160

All this in 13 months!

Montessori teacher training - June 2018

“I saw that you could do a course online, have that online academic component and then do the residency…that was absolutely perfect for where I was. The online component of this course was out of this world, amazing. The Residency covered so many materials and all the avenues.” – AoM graduate

Montessori early childhood teaching intern3 required course components

2 1/2 weeks in-person summer Residency
8 months online study – Start your online classes in June!
9 months student teaching for 1/2 day in local school where you live

Imagine – become a certified Montessori teacher in less than 2 years! Earn your certification by July 2019. You can do this!

AoM’s Montessori online and in-person teacher training is available at a reasonable price with interest-free affordable monthly payment options.

There Are Additional Course Options – Contact Us Today!

406-284-2160

Or email AoM at admissions [at] ageofmontessori.com

Click here for more Early Childhood Montessori Teacher Training Information

MACTE-sm

*Age of Montessori holds accredited status for its Early Childhood Montessori teacher education certification course level from the Montessori Accreditation Council for Teacher Education (MACTE) through the year 2019. www.macte.org

Age of Montessori admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered programs.