Welcome to Casa Esperanza Montessori Charter School, a non-profit 501(c) 3 Public Charter School (K-8) and private preschool! Our approach to education uses a unique dual-language curriculum that strives to cultivate our students to become tomorrow’s global leaders. This approach affords cognitive and academic benefits to build a foundation for lifelong success.
At Casa, students develop a world view that is both practical and thoroughly inspirational. Because of our Montessori philosophy our students are creative, independent learners and self-directed problem solvers. With our multicultural options, families may choose a Spanish immersion speaking curriculum, or a significantly useful Spanish enrichment curriculum. We also cultivate an environmental consciousness — from the preparation of snacks and lunches, to the energy-efficiency projects in science class. Our classrooms give students the cognitive, academic, and social benefits that foster unique learning, responsible behavior, and lifelong success. Our multi-age programs include children in pre-K through Middle School (8th grade). Our classes are directed by trained Montessori directors/directresses (teachers) and paraprofessionals (teacher assistants). Our school includes a community of 375 students from culturally diverse families united by their educational, social and ethical high standards. To learn more about the mission of the school click here.
Directions: From I-540 and Capital Boulevard, exit 540 to the south. At the first traffic light, turn right onto Old Wake Forest Road. Turn right again onto Sumner Boulevard. We are the third, red brick building on the left side of Sumner Boulevard.
Being bilingual makes you smarter and can have a profound effect on your brain. http://nyti.ms/FP1CTr
Governance: 5-13 member volunteer Board of Directors. We are currently building the capacity of our board. If you are interested in knowing more about serving Casa as a board or committee member, please contact us.
There are a number of ways you can donate monetarily to Casa Esperanza Montessori Charter School. One of the easiest and quickest is to click on our on-line donation button below. Monetary donations to Casa Esperanza are tax-deductible.