The newest campus to Montessori Children’s House of Denver, which opened in 2011, is the ideal learning environment for children of all ages. Rachel Averch, the school’s founder, worked closely with architects and landscapers to design an inspiring campus in Denver’s Stapleton neighborhood that specifically fosters Montessori education.
There are window seats in each classroom, covered outdoor classroom porches and a naturescape playground. The school’s large, well-stocked library is situated in the unique silo structure. Stapleton also features a geodesic dome, extensive gardens watered by rain chains, and a greenhouse where students can immerse themselves in agriculture, sustainability studies and gardening throughout the year.
Stapleton features a 1:5 toddler-to-teacher ratio, 1:10 primary, 1:15 elementary, and 1:10 middle school student-to-teacher ratio, to ensure each child receives individualized attention.
A taste of what to do around Stapleton with your kids.
For their mental growth:
For their physical wellbeing: