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Thank you for considering Tallulah Montessori for your child's education! We believe your child will blossom within our nurturing, home-like Montessori environment. Through mutual respect, encouraging guidance and individual lesson plans, your child will become equipped with the skills necessary to be a successful and happy member of humanity.
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Greetings from Heather Wolf
Director & AMI Certified Montessori Teacher
My name is Heather Wolf and I am the Director of Tallulah Montessori. At a very young age, I became aware that my life's work would be to nurture children. I have been working professionally with children since 1998 and have been teaching within the Montessori curriculum since 2000. After graduating from Kent State with a degree in Family Studies, I discovered and was amazed by the Montessori teaching philosophy. I earnestly enrolled into the American Montessori Institute ("AMI") training course here in Atlanta. After completing the training, I taught a Primary Class at Old Peachtree Montessori for three years until I became pregnant.
Teaching within the Montessori philosophy has been an extremely fulfilling experience for me as well as for my students. Upon moving to the west side of Atlanta and giving birth to my beloved daughter, I realized that there were no Montessori schools nearby and so made it my mission to provide the area with a loving and enriching Montessori environment. It is my pleasure to get to know each child as an individual and to work as a team with his/her parents to help unveil their child's truest potential. I look forward to having you join me in assisting your children discover their greatest mission: the development of themselves.
Criteria for Success and Happiness
- Focus / Self-discipline
- Knowledge of one’s own interests
- Knowledge of one’s own strengths and challenges
- Communication and conflict management skills
To prepare children to be happy, successful members of humanity by providing a nurturing Montessori environment that instills mutual respect, personal responsibility, academic self-discipline, gratefulness, compassion and a reverence for nature and different cultures.
Tallulah Montessori does not and shall not discriminate against applicants and students on the basis of race, color, or national or ethnic origin.