Resource Classes

Enrichment is really only the beginning.

Montessori resource classes do not merely enrich the curriculum but prove central to its purpose. Immersing children in music and theater; exploring with them the visual arts; playing at bodily movement; practicing a foreign language--in each case, the goal is to inspire expression in all its many forms. Montessori is nothing if not an act of expression, a perpetual performance, both to reveal one's inner workings and to cultivate new insights in the process. Resource classes are both unique and irreplaceable channels for growth whose absence would not just leave our academic programming poorer--but missing vital means of making connections with our world. 


Theater and Music

Shakespeare Productions
Orff-Schulwerk Music Training (AfterSchool Class)
Orff-Schulwerk Music Training (Upper Elementary)
Montessori Shulwerk music Berkeley

"I do not believe there is a method better than Montessori for making children sensitive to the beauties of the world and awakening their curiosity regarding the secrets of life."

- Gabriel Garcia Marquez


Visual Arts

Middle School Still Life

First-grade painting

Upper Elementary Ceramics

Middle School Self-Portraits

Kindergarten Transition

"At the heart of the Montessori method is...allowing self-direction as the pathway to understanding and excellence."

- Daniel Pink, Best-selling author



PreK - 8th Grade Spanish Classes