Macomb Montessori Academy is your safe and caring neighborhood school!

We know that our families’ biggest concerns are safety and their child’s needs.

Here, we take precautions to keep our students and staff safe. We also value individualized learning, which allows students to move ahead whenever they are ready. Our teachers act as guides and assistants to our students. Each day, our classrooms start with lessons, and then have blocks of uninterrupted work time. This time allows them to dive into that day’s work – at their own pace.

At Macomb Montessori Academy we put students first.

We knew the value of a safe learning environment, so in 2013, we opened our doors to the Macomb County community. We wanted to create a safe place where children could focus on learning and growing as a person. Of course we focus on science, math, technology, and language arts, but we believe school is so much more than that. Our students are taught a Peace Education that helps them have productive conversations and also promotes peaceful problem solving. Character Choices education program is woven into our curriculum so our students learn a different character trait each month. Together, then learn with their peers and our staff what it means to be responsible, compassionate, and more.

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If you are looking for a school that values your child as an individual, you’ve come to the right place. We, too, want to see your child grow into tomorrow’s leaders.

When your child feels safe and valued, they are able to learn. Their energy is put towards the topics they most want to learn about during that work time. Children have a natural desire to learn and discover, and we know that. That’s why we encourage them to do so at Macomb Montessori Academy.

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Here at Macomb Montessori Academy, we offer a fun and creative way of learning that allows your child to learn and grow in the way that works best for them. We are a team of encouragers who want to see everyone succeed and reach their fullest potential.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Montessori Method, which is a type of teaching style that encourages students to use a hands-on approaches to intrigue the true learner within them. Montessori allows children to explore their interests, build upon areas of weakness, and master areas of strength. The right conditions around children support their natural development. The environment is arranged according to a subject area, and children are free to move around the room instead of staying at desks. There is no limit to how long a child can work with a piece of material. At any one time in a day all subjects — math, language, science, history, geography, art, music, etc., will be being studied, at all levels.

MMA is a public charter school in Michigan. Charter schools offer the privilege of choice to all families. They give options to parents and students who are pursuing their ideal educational experience. Charter schools are open to all children free of charge who are eligible to attend traditional public schools in the state of Michigan. They are governed by a local Board of Directors and are required to meet and often exceed the standards of its Authorizer and the State Board of Education.

  1. Click “Enroll” and choose the correct school year.
  2. Create an InfoSnap account.
  3. Complete the application (for one child, you will have the opportunity to apply for other children later).
  4. Bring the following documents to the school: a) Birth Certificate, b) Immunization records or waiver form.
  5. Once the application is completed, we will contact you regarding your application’s status.
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Looking for Preschool?

We partner with Second Home Child Development Center to provide free preschool through the GSRP preschool program for children starting at age four.

From practical life to math, our preschoolers discover their way throughout the Montessori environment. We provide the necessary Montessori materials to encourage independence and help each student develop essential skills that set the foundation for the coming years.

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