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Dear Parent(s),

We are a comprehensive bilingual (English/Spanish) program designed and dedicated to the holistic development of your child in a personal and responsive family environment.  The principles that guide our program are that each child should feel safe, secure, and trusting with his/her relationships and interactions in a social-emotional environment that is full of care.

The MGRI follows the principles and pedagogy of a Montessori curriculum throughout the day for all children.  Our program addresses the range of developmental characteristics emotionally, socially, physically, and mentally for children from infancy through high school years.

During the course of your enrollment, we invite your participation in our experience with your child.  We value our relationship with your family and share the mutual goal of promoting the best for your child.

MGRI is accredited by the National Accreditation Commission for Early Care and Education Programs (NAC), and a member of the American Montesori Society (AMS), and the International Montessori Council (IMC).  [DC1] MGRI is insured, licensed by the Florida Department of Children and Families, registered with the Florida Department of Education, and meets all local health, safety and occupational regulations. These standards relate to our facility, staff, nutrition, health and safety procedures, teacher/child ratios, and record keeping.

MGRI serves children age from 6-weeks old, on campus.

Our brick-and-mortar campus includes indoor and outdoor environments designed to meet the specific needs of a child's development. Hands-on materials and activities are the building blocks of our academic programs.  All lead teachers hold undergraduate or graduate level degrees and are Montessori certified.

We welcome children and families of all ethnic backgrounds, national origins, sex, abilities, and religions.  MGRI equally respects all beliefs and cultures. Religious and/or denominational practice, prayer, worship, training, or instruction is not provided.


  • Infant/Preprimary (0-36 months)

  • Early Childhood/Primary (3-6 years)

  • Lower Elementary (6-9 years; grades K-3)

  • Upper Elementary (9-12 years; grades 4-6)

For the success of your child, placement in a program is determined primarily by developmental characteristics rather than by the child’s chronological age.

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