Seton Montessori Institute presents all of our adult learner programs on our beautiful four acre campus in Clarendon Hills, Illinois. Nestled into a beautiful setting, provided by our Lab School – Seton Montessori, our adults learners are connected to the work they are studying – the child.
We invite you to attend one of our upcoming Prospective Student Information Sessions on either Wednesday, April 23rd at 5:00 PM or Sunday, April 27th at 2:00 PM. Either session requires pre-registration by clicking here. All information sessions are complimentary. A session is sure to provide you with a first look, and a lasting impression.
For more information, you may email our registrar, Rachel Harrison, at Rachel@SetonMontessori.org.
For more information about our teacher and administrator certification programs, please complete the Online Inquiry Form below.
Click here to: Complete Seton Montessori Institute’s Online Inquiry Form
Infant-Toddler Certification Program
This course content focuses on the characteristics and needs of the very youngest children and the special personal preparation needed by those who work with infants, toddlers and their families. The course is organized into six successful phases. Application deadline: Spring (March 1, 2014)); Summer (May 1, 2014)). A late fee of $200 will be assessed on applications received past deadline.
Early Childhood Certification Program
Seton Montessori Institute’s personalized, adult-oriented program prepares students as competent, reflective Early Childhood Montessori Educators. The program offers a deep philosophical base, balanced with an effective and complete immersion in techniques and materials for the three through six age group. Application deadline: Spring (March 1, 2014)); Summer (May 1, 2014)). A late fee of $200 will be assessed on applications received past deadline.
Elementary I and Elementary I-II Certification Program
Seton Montessori Institute’s Elementary course prepares self-aware adults as Montessori educators for children in their elementary years of development. The course prepares adult educators for work with children ages six through twelve, Montessori’s second plan of development. Application deadline: April 30, 2014. A late fee of $200 will be assessed on applications received past deadline.
Administrators Certification Program
Seton Montessori Institute’s Administrators program provides opportunities for comprehensive study of Montessori philosophy and curriculum, educational leadership and school management. Admissions are conducted on a rolling basis. Please contact our Registrar at Institute@SetonMontessori.org), and she will walk you through the program models and their sequence.