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How the Montessori Upper Elementary
(9–12) Diploma Program Unfolds...
Students can enroll at any time in the Montessori
Upper Elementary diploma program.
is divided into three separate components*. Each component
must be completed within a twelve-week period, for an approximate
total of nine consecutive months (this includes shipping and
- The Montessori 6–12 Classroom Guide
- World History
- Language Arts – Book 1
- Math 1 – Whole Numbers and Fractions
- Math 2 – Negative Numbers and Pre-Algebra
- Language Arts – Book 2
- Cultural Geography
- Scientific Method & Technology
- Astronomy & Ecology
- US or Canadian History
*Please Note: The order of the above
components is subject to changes without prior notice. US-based
and International students will receive the US History manual
and assignment as part of their program. Canadian-based students
will receive the Canadian History manual and assignment as part
of their program.
- Math 3 – Geometry
- Physical Geography
- Botany and Microscopic Study
- Health Sciences
- Matter and Energy
For students enrolling in the Upper Elementary
Assignments that correspond with the sixteen Montessori
curriculum manuals are to be completed and submitted
by email or mail to your tutor for marking, according to your
personally scheduled due dates. You are expected to thoroughly
study all of the program curriculum.
Please Note: It is important that you adhere to the
timelines of our three consecutive twelve week terms. However
we understand that sometimes extenuating circumstances, such
as situations of emergency or duress, can disrupt study commitments.
In these cases, we are willing to review and grant assignment
extensions on an individual basis.
Students requiring assistance are welcome to contact
us by telephone 1.877.531.6665 (toll-free USA/Canada)
or 604.576.6621 (Local or International) or email email@example.com.
You will be assigned a personal tutor to whom you will
have unlimited access throughout your program. You are
welcome to contact your tutor at any time by email or
telephone (toll-free for USA/Canada). Our tutors
are experienced Montessori educators and trainers who
are well-knowledged and practiced in all facets of Montessori
education – the philosophy, methods, materials,
and interactions. Your tutor will personally assist
you with any questions pertaining to Montessori education,
our curriculum and resources the use of didactic materials,
classroom questions, and assignment questions; plus
your tutor will be happy to offer you encouragement
and guidance throughout your program.
Graduates receive the North American
Montessori Center Teaching Diploma for Upper Elementary (ages
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