Testimonials

See what other parents are saying about Mighty Oaks Montessori.

Truly care about children. Great environment for young learners.

Kirsten Sheehan

We love Mighty Oaks. The small class sizes and self-directed learning means that our son has the freedom to explore and learn at his own pace.

Anitra Smith

MOM is an amazing school; my daughter has grown so independent over this last school year! It means so much to me to know my daughter is in a safe loving and nurturing environment while we are busy at work! If you are in the area, I recommend sending your child here! My daughter started in the toddler program and we absolutely love all of the educators!

Jerrica Bradshaw

One of the best schools out there, the teachers are passionate and very dedicated to making learning experiences positive. The head of school is a sweetheart and super kind to the kids. Overall, has been a great experience for my son.

Tan Rangsiya

We are so happy that we chose Mighty Oaks for our son! He has been attending since he was three, and we have seen tremendous personal and intellectual growth over the past few years. The independence and social skills that we’ve seen him develop have been amazing. The teachers at Mighty Oaks are all so caring – they really genuinely love the kids! We chose Mighty Oaks because it was an intimate, nurturing environment, and we have never been disappointed. We’d recommend the school to anyone looking for a wonderful, supportive place for their children!

Megan Sethi

Excellent school and Community A+++

Karen Wagner

Amazing school and teachers. My son loves to go to school every day.

Sarah Ann

This school is wonderful. The teachers are amazing, and they absolutely love the kids. My kids love going to school and even ask to go on the weekend. We couldn’t be happier and will recommend Mighty Oaks to everyone!

Anonymous

My 4-year-old son wasn’t ready for breakfast 10 minutes ago when I was going to make it for him. But now that I’m feeding his sister, he is ready. First, I hear the fridge (choosing his fruit) then I hear the freezer open. Next, the step stool slides across the kitchen floor. I look over and he has his kid size oven mitt on and is opening the toaster oven to heat up a waffle. He catches me watching and says “Mommy I wore this in case the toaster was hot” I love that he is self-sufficient. And pretty clever too!! Thanks, Mighty Oaks Montessori. 🙂

Jill Lempicki Egan