The Montessori teacher functions as a…
- designer of the environment
- facilitator of learning
- resource person
- role model
- and meticulous observer
Extensive training—a minimum of a full year following the baccalaureate degree—is required for a full American Montessori Society credential. In addition, a year’s student teaching under supervision—specialized for the age group with which the teacher will work—is required.
The staff at Waco Montessori School is devoted to educating children in a nurturing, stimulating Montessori environment. If you are ready to join a dynamic community of Montessori educators and make a difference in the life of a child, please browse the career opportunities listed below and complete the online application process.
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Waco Montessori School is an equal opportunity employer, complying with all local, state, and federal laws. Waco Montessori School does not discriminate against any person in admission, employment or otherwise because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, or age.
Our Teachers Love WMS
“Our classrooms cultivate peace with the quiet hum of activity, with grace and courtesy lessons, all providing a framework for which they learn peace. I teach at Waco Montessori School because I believe in helping our students make the world a better, more peaceful place.”
“I love being able to teach a child for three years. Not only do I get to know how each child learns best, but I get to know their families. I also love the beautiful Montessori materials. Watching our students understand concepts on their own with the materials is one of my greatest joys. Our students come to school each day feeling loved and ready to learn. I watch them grown in confidence from year one to year three, leaving as a leader with a kind heart.”
“I am naturally drawn to children for their love of life and sense of curiosity. Montessori education supports the senses to provide a fuller education. These children are empowered!”