“Never help a child with a task at which he feels he can succeed.”

- Maria Montessori

A focus on the child as a whole

Creative World of Montessori focuses on the comprehensive education of students from age 3 to 15 throughout the Dayton region and the greater Miami Valley area. Designed to ignite a passion for learning while developing important life skills, Montessori education at Creative World of Montessori encourages active learning and helps build a well rounded, engaged student.

Multi-age classrooms

Montessori classrooms are designed to encourage collaborative learning and develop leadership skills through a 3 year cycle with the same teachers.

Self-driven lessons

Lessons are delivered 1:1 from teachers that know each individual student and their learning style and abilities, empowering students to follow their passions and learn at their maximum plane of development.

Passionate learning

Students are encouraged to follow their passions and pursue their favorite subjects as far as their love of learning will take them.

Sense of community

Montessori students come from all nationalities, races and religions. The Montessori classroom is free of the many social pressures allowing to nurture the child’s social, emotional, and physical needs.

The Montessori Difference


Kindergarten - Overall  grade equivalent 2.3


Third Grade - Overall average percentile rank of national average in the 94% in reading.


Students in 6-8 grades have a grade equivalency 2+ grades ahead of their own in math.

Maya is finally learning to read. She's learning to read regular books now. That's how far she's come and she's not even 6 yet. It's great. She's doing addition. She's just thriving here. I've seen a huge change in her since enrolling her in this school. It's been amazing!

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Inspired spaces entice creative minds

Students are surrounded in a beautiful, home-like environment, mimicking the natural elements, colors and surroundings of the real world. Our classromm settings include natural light, objects from nature and inspiring areas of play that encourage experimentation and hands-on exploration that translates to the natural environments students see in their everyday lives.

Frequently asked questions:

How does a Montessori classroom differ from traditional classrooms?

Montessori classrooms feature mixed-age groups, individualized learning plans, and a focus on self-paced, hands-on learning with specially designed educational materials. Teachers act as guides rather than traditional instructors.

What age groups do you cater to at your Montessori school?

We cater to children from age 3 through high school, offering a continuous and cohesive educational journey.

What locations do you serve?

We have locations in Beavercreek, Miamisburg, and Centerville, providing accessible and high-quality Montessori education throughout the Greater Dayton area.

What is the role of the teacher in a Montessori classroom?

Montessori teachers observe and guide students, providing individualized lessons and fostering an environment that encourages self-discovery and independence.

How do Montessori schools support children with special needs or learning differences?

Montessori schools offer individualized learning plans and a flexible curriculum that can be adapted to meet the unique needs and strengths of each child.

What is the daily schedule like in your Montessori school?

The daily schedule includes a mix of individual and group activities, with ample time for hands-on learning, outdoor play, and enrichment activities such as gardening, yoga, and arts.

What sets your Montessori school apart from others in the area?

Creative World of Montessori offers a high-end, holistic education with a focus on individualized learning, a rich array of extracurricular activities, and a dedicated, highly qualified teaching staff.

What qualifications do your teachers hold?

Our teachers are certified Montessori educators with extensive training in the Montessori philosophy and methodology, committed to providing exceptional educational experiences.

How do you handle discipline and behavior management in a Montessori setting?

Discipline in a Montessori setting focuses on self-regulation, natural consequences, and positive guidance, encouraging children to develop responsibility and respect for themselves and others.

What opportunities are there for parental involvement in the Montessori educational process?

We encourage parental involvement through regular communication, volunteer opportunities, parent education sessions, and participation in school events and activities.

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