A world where every child grows up to become productive members of society.
To provide the prepared environment, train dedicated guides, and educate the family using a system inspired by the Montessori Method and the child's own interests
P – assion for lifelong learning (Auto-education) Montessori’s mandate is to awaken the child’s love for lifelong learning through meaningful and purposeful work. FMS shall follow the child’s interest and constantly develop ways to inspire auto education through well-trained guides and a meticulously prepared environment.
E – quality and diversity (Sensitive Periods) Montessori saw the value of teaching children about grace and courtesy which promotes respect. Respect serves the foundation for fairness and acceptance regardless of abilities, race, religion, and political views. After all, “establishing lasting peace is the work of education; all politics can do is keep us out of war.”
A – ccountability and integrity (Normalization) Children find joy in purposeful work. Consistent ground rules ingrains in them the sense of accountability for their work, for their environment, and for the community. Having this intrinsic guides teaches them to do the right thing even when no one is looking.
C – ollaboration and teamwork (Grace & Courtesy) Montessori understood the value of building a community through multi-age groupings in a single class. This encourages working together towards a common goal. Leadership skills are organically derived from children who see the need to step up and take action to be of service to others.
E – xcellence and innovation (Normalization) From the get go, Montessori advocated a new way for looking at education. Her methods were way ahead of her time. Today, her philosophy is highly relevant especially as it is equated to excellence and achievement.
...education is not something which the teacher does,
but that is a natural process which develops spontaneously in the human being.