About

Our School

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Whiz kid is an independent,  co-educational environment currently catering for children from 6 weeks of age to 6 years of age. Programs include Infant and Toddler playgroups, an Early Learning Program( Casa), an elementary afterschool program.

Our students are motivated, self directed, engaged, confident, empathetic and passionate about the world around them As a result our students develop a life-long passion for learning.

We’re equally committed to ensuring we provide the best learning environment and are continually challenging ourselves to deliver a Montessori experience that’s referenced the world over.

History

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Whiz kids has been educating children since 2015 using the Montessori philosophy for 5 years. While the Montessori Method of education has not changed over time, the physical environment at whiz kid certainly has

Whiz kid is able to offer an authentic Montessori education to its students more affordable than anywhere else in the world.

About the founder

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Kathy chamarty is a certified, trained Montessori  here in U.S. She worked as a lead teacher in many Montessori schools. She is also a director for preschools and child care settings. Other than work experience, she is a licensed Trainer for an accredited Montessori training institute in U.S.A. Now her own venture, an Authentic Montessori preschool is gaining popularity.

Events

Halloween parade

No tricks, just treats......... Every year we invite our families to join us for our fun Trick-or-Treat and Trunk-or-Treat parades during this spooktacular time of the year! Join us for a fun morning of costumes and songs!  During our Halloween Parade our students show off their...

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Thanksgiving potluck

Let’s celebrate our heritage… our Thanksgiving Feast will celebrate our school’s multicultural heritage.Each classroom will celebrate Thanksgiving by learning about one another’s heritage through food. We invite our parents to prepare a dish from your family heritage for the feast in November

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