Rockville Nursery School and Kindergarden 301 Adclare Rd, Rockville, MD20850 The program at Rockville Nursery School and Kindergarten is created to promote creativity amongst young children by…More allowing them to learn by exploration. The program seeks to bridge the gap between home and school while encouraging the children to develop a positive self-image. There are many hands-on experiences incorporated in the lesson plans and lessons are age-appropriate.
Rockville Presbyterian Co-Op Nursery School 215 W Montgomery Ave, Rockville, MD20850 Created in 1963, Rockville Presbyterian Co-op Nursery School is a non-denominational cooperative nursery school, which…More means that parent involvement is the foundation of the school. RPCNS offers separate nursery school programs for children ages 2 to 4, taught by one of six professionally qualified and carefully selected teachers. The school has an age-appropriate curriculum; younger siblings can attend in the sibling nursery.
Regional Institute for Children and Adolescents 15000 Broschart Rd, Rockville, MD20850 The John L. Gildner Regional Institute for Children and Adolescents provides clinical care an educational program in a…More day school or residential setting for students with severe emotional disabilities, ages 11 to 18. Students must be residents of Montgomery County and referred to RICA by Montgomery County Public Schools, which operates the program along with the state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Students study MCPS's general curriculum toward graduation with a Maryland high school diploma or Maryland Certificate.
The Primary Montessori Day School offers preschool, kindergarten and elementary education for the mind, hand and…More heart.
The students are organized in multi-age groups with the classroom arranged in subject areas. The children can freely move about to learn math, language, science, social studies, art, music and computers. Spanish classes are offered twice a week.
The curriculum puts the children in one of three groups: the Twos for two-year-olds, the Primary Program for ages three to six, and the Lower Elementary Program for ages six-to-nine. Classes have 25 to 30 children with one Montessori certified teacher and two skilled assistants who stay with the same class for multiple years. Toddler classes have 12 children.
Older children are required to wear uniforms.
Summer school is offered in July.
The school is a nonprofit organization approved by the Maryland State Board of Education with membership with the International Montessori Council (IMC) and North American Montessori Teachers Association (NAMTA).
Lincoln Park Community Center 357 Frederick Ave, Rockville, MD20850 The Lincoln Park Community Center that offers members of the community athletic and academic programs including…More conditioning training for football season, after-school clubs for elementary aged children, tone and sculpt classes for athletes 18 and up, and a weekly book club. The LPCC features a gym, library and all purpose room, each of which can be rented for a day's use.
White Flint Children's House is a Montessori school caring for infants, toddlers and children ages 3 - 6. Its…More philosophy is to foster intellectual and social development so students have a love of learning and a joy for life.
The school has large, fully equipped classrooms, a library, gallery, gymnasium and auditorium and an outdoor playground. This includes four pre-school classrooms and two two-year-old rooms. Specialist programs include Chinese, Russian, Spanish, movement, art, music and drama. Field trips and in-house guests further enrich the 11-month curriculum and its optional four-week summer camp.
White Flint Children's House is a member of Metro Montessori, an association of independent Montessori schools and teacher training programs in the Washington, DC region. There are six member schools.
Kumon Math and Reading Center is an after-school math and reading enrichment program that aims to unlock the…More potential of children. This is done with building self-confidence and empowerment. Junior Kumon is for children aged 3 to 5. Starting with preschool and going though the 12th grade, Kumon designs individual math and reading programs for students to advance at their own pace.
There are three centers in Montgomery County. Nationally, there are 1,500 franchised centers and 250,000 students. Internationally, there is 26,000 centers in 46 countries. The corporate headquarters is in Osaka, Japan.
KS White Tiger Martial Arts offers instruction in martial arts and TaeKwonDo programs for students of all ages in a…More positive and encouraging atmosphere. The program is geared to developing a "yes I can" attitude with self-discipline and improved concentration.
The program starts with a $19.05 beginner special offer. KS White Tiger also offers after school programs (homework and quiet times included) and summer camps. Birthday parties and special events can also be accommodated.
KS White Tiger offers day care and transportation services in the Rockville area.
The Rockville location is close to White Flint Mall, and within walking distance of Twinbrook Metro Station on the Red Line. Other locations are in Owinngs Mill, New Town and Perry Hall, White Marsh in the Baltimore area.
The Melvin J. Berman Hebrew Academy is a Modern Orthodox Jewish day school whose mission and subsequent…More curriculum stands upon five pillars that are intended to help in the development of mature, devoted, intelligent and sensitive young Jewish Americans. These pillars are Torah (Jewish law), Chochmah (academics), Derech Eretz (humanitarianism and good will), Yisrael (love for Israel and its people), Archarayut (responsibility). MJBHA is the only Modern Orthodox day school catering to youths from preschool to 12th grade in the Washington area. Approximately 700 students attend the college preparatory program. Before and after school care is available for students ranging in age from preschool through 8th grade.
American Dance Institute offers dance instruction for children and adults of all skill levels. Classes start with…More beginners and progresses all the way to professional. Classes for children start at age 3 and go all the way up to age 18. There is also a Pilates studio at the school. All the instructors have comprehensive Pilates training.
The Chamber Ballet is the ADI's resident professional dance company. This creates an opportunity for students to step up to the pre-professional level by working with professional dancers and choreographers to reach a common goal: Pursuing the purity and the beauty of dance.
The ADI theater series started in 2004 with a 140-seat performance space. Individual artists and companies presents shows as part of the Arts Incubator Program.
ADI is a nonprofit educational organization founded in 2000. It started with $2 million to transform an empty 20,000-square-feet warehouse in the North Congressional Plaza Shopping Center. Financial aid, merit scholarships and work study assistance are available through the Future Artists Fund. Special events can be hosted at ADI.