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At The University Of Children Montessori School in Inglewood, California, children are given a personalized approach to their learning from highly qualified teachers. Learn more about our community-focused school, our child care services, and our students' experiences.


"My neighbor referred me to this school, as all three of her children have attended and she highly recommended the Montessori teaching philosophy. The school is clean, teachers are friendly, and the staff is knowledgeable. I enrolled my daughter as a pre-school student and she is now a second grader who looks forward to going to school every morning. I am very pleased with the quality of education my child is receiving and especially the exemplary teachers at this school. The hands-on Montessori teaching techniques have definitely given my daughter a richer education than is available at public school or even non-Montessori private schools. Ms. Lore and all of the other teachers go above and beyond to ensure that each child is given the tools to succeed. If you're looking for a quality education for your child, this is the school for you!"
—Melissa H.

"I love this school! My child loves this school. I've notice growth socially and academically! They work so well with the children and the kids learn and have fun. I am so glad I found this school for my 3 year old!"
—Anonymous

"I am a parent of a little one in the infant/toddler class. I am extremely pleased with amount of attention and educational exposure my daughter receives on a daily basis. My daughter has been there for almost a year and I have nothing bad to say. The staff in her room (Mrs. Ardella, Ms. LaShawna, Mrs. Bogda) are great. The principal (Mr. Richard) is devoted and keeps the school running as it should. He takes out time to handle issues and puts his work aside to talk to you whenever you have questions/concerns. Overall the school is an excellent place for infants-3rd grade to develop. I am an involved parent. I communicate with my daughter's teachers on a daily basis and I work with my daughter every chance I get...She will definitely succeed! It takes a village and I am so grateful for all that they have taught her. I reward them, I praise them and I ask that they keep up the good work!"
—Anonymous