Parents who choose a CCMA Accredited Member school are joining those who want the best possible education for their children based on authentic Montessori philosophy.
Because the Montessori name is in the public domain, any school can call itself a Montessori school even if it offers education that differs from Montessori philosophy and standards of practice.
CCMA sets standards to protect the Montessori name. Accreditation by CCMA is a way to help schools be accountable to each other, parents, and the larger community. It also helps establish a consistency of standards and the preservation of the Montessori philosophy of education. For parents, CCMA provides information and education to help make good choices and support their children in Montessori schools.
A CCMA School offers your child:
A CCMA School offers you as a parent:
CMS have been CCMA accredited for the past 15 years and continually is praised for its outstanding Montessori education provision. Although the process of re- accreditation is a process of validation of the school’s presentation on its educational landscape, it involves a few days of observations from external validators. CMS is due to be re-accredited again next academic year.
If you wish to have further information on the organization of CCMA you can find it here.
The Infant and Toddler programs at CMS are licensed under the Ministry of Education and fulfill all the requirements of the child care quality assurance licensing practices. These programs use the Montessori philosophy for the child’s early development in preparation for the Casa program that is fully accredited by the CCMA.