Located in Estes Park, Colorado, Voyager Montessori School is the Estes Valley's first alternative elementary school. Our mission is to provide quality Montessori education in an environment which fosters a child's love of learning and a respect for self, others, the community, and the world. We look forward to your family joining us for an exciting year of instruction!Learn More
We tailor our curriculum to your child's unique interests to help stimulate a life-long love of learning
The classroom is a collaborative environment which helps students learn from and support one another.
Multiple subjects are interwoven through real-life projects to promote a strong understanding of the "bigger picture."
Montessori students use concrete learning materials to promote a complete understanding of abstract concepts.
Montessori education arose from detailed observations of children at different stages of their development. The Montessori Elementary program is for children between the ages of six and twelve and is specifically designed to meet the needs of your child in this phase of development. This is a time of insatiable curiosity and excitement for learning.
We at VMS capitalize on this time in your child's life, and focus on listening to and observing your child in order to help guide them through an interesting yet challenging individualized curriculum. This experience will shape not only a child's knowledge and skills, but also their attitude about learning for the rest of their life.Learn More
Hiking Day at VMS immerses children in the amazing outdoors we have surrounding us. Hiking gives children the chance to connect content they have been learning about to the real world. One skill of many children work on is developing their scientific observation skills and recording these findings in their nature journals.February 7th
Students are given the opportunity to find additional resources for their various research interests.February 14th
VMS takes a few times throughout the year to encourage our staff to explore expand their thinking. This can take place in the form of attending a conference or going to another Montessori school to observe other teachers/ classrooms.February 16th
President's Day is celebrated in most states of the U.S., on the third Monday in February, as a holiday in honor of the birthdays of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.February 19th
Hiking Day at VMS immerses children in the amazing outdoors we have surrounding us. Hiking gives children the chance to connect content they have been learning about to the real world. One skill of many children work on is developing their scientific observation skills and recording these findings in their nature journals.February 21st
Student Work Days are from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm, on the last Friday of every month of the school year. On each of these work days, your child will act as a teacher and will give you a lesson on a material they have been working on. After the lesson, your child can choose to give you additional lessons or simply show you various things they have been working on.February 23rd
Students are given the opportunity to find additional resources for their various research interests.February 28th