About Wheaton Montessori

Wheaton Montessori School

“Wheaton Montessori School definitely changed the outcome of my life.  There’s something about the individualized, kinesthetic educational model that creates such a powerful cognitive foundation.  The teaching in a Montessori environment is designed around the young brain.  The teaching in a traditional environment tries to mould young brains around the education (system).  I’ve been through three different school systems from preschool through high school.  Montessori made me the most well-rounded.” – Trevor B., Wheaton Montessori School graduate


Are you wondering about the Montessori curriculum and what advantages Wheaton Montessori can offer your child?

The Wheaton Montessori School staff have their own thoughts on what makes Wheaton Montessori different from the other opportunities available to your family.  You can find their thoughts HERE.  

Wheaton Montessori School is a non-profit, non-denominational, non-discriminatory school that seeks to provide a unique academic curriculum for children from preschool through 15 years of age. Located in Wheaton, IL., Wheaton Montessori School is affiliated with, and certified by, the Association Montessori Internationale (AMI). AMI was founded in 1929 by Dr. Maria Montessori and is the recognized international authority on Montessori education. The registered term “AMI Montessori” signifies the highest standards anywhere applied to Montessori and is evidence of a continuing commitment on the part of the school to study, explore, and share this method of education as originally established by Dr. Montessori.

In addition, Wheaton Montessori School is recognized by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) as a private school.


Scholastic Book Fair
Feb 20 all-day
CommuniTEA with Mrs. Carrillo
Feb 20 @ 8:15 am – 9:15 am

Join Mrs. Carrillo for Coffee and CommuniTEA as she leads a parent discussion group.


Please arrive promptly for the 8:15 a.m. meeting, so that Mrs. Carrillo can return to her classroom and your students when the discussion has concluded.