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Ardor Montessori School, Lexington:
Ardor Montessori School is an independent, non-denominational, Montessori learning environment that offers part-day and all-day instruction for boys and girls ages 2 to 12 years of age (incorporating Preschool, Kindergarten & 1st-6th grade children). Situated close to downtown Lexington KY, we provide a caring, safe, child-sized, mixed-age environment, with a host of developmentally-appropriate, manipulative materials. Our curriculum integrates practical life activities, sensorial development, mathematics, language, science, geography, biology, history, music, art, and social skills, based on the individual.

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Part-Day & All-Day Montessori Learning Environment for Children Ages 2-12:
We understand that each child is unique and each is at a different stage in their development. We observe your child's needs/interests and offer a curriculum that integrates practical life activities, sensorial development, mathematics, language, science, geography, biology, history, music, art, and social skills (grace and courtesy), based on the individual.

Primary Program (Ages 2-6)
Individual development within the context of a group setting. The task of the guide is to introduce a variety of developmentally appropriate activities and concepts. The learning takes place through the child’s own activities.

The classroom is a child-centered environment, not a teacher centered environment. Scientifically designed materials allow the child to focus on skill building or concept revelation through exploration. Children in this environment are exposed to practical life skills such as caring for themselves or their environment.

Subject areas explored include:
- Language
- Mathematics
- Grace and Courtesy
- Practical Life Activities
- Sensorial Apparatus and Extensions (Biology, Geography, Music)

Elementary Program (Ages 6-12)
Presentations of the materials, or “Lessons” are typically given to small groups of children. From there, the child is free to engage in further independent study, with increasing complexity and detail, based on their interest of the material.

The Elementary framework is based on exploration of:
- Language
- Art
- History
- Biology
- Music
- Mathematics
- Geometry
- Geography/Science

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Address: 103 Dennis Drive, Lexington, Kentucky 40503, USA
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- Junior Kindergarten
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Courses / Programs
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Preschool
- 2 and 5 year olds

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High School
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Preschool Program:
- 2-4 year olds

Elementary Program:
- Kindergarten and Primary One (kindergartners and first graders)
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Additional Programs:
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Adirondack Learning Academy
Courses / Programs
• Enroll in an accredited online homeschool course from Adirondack Learning Academy (ALA), and give your child or teenager the opportunity to benefit from quality online education from the comfort of their own home in Illinois and throughout the U.S

• We deliver comprehensive, NCAA-approved study-at-home academic programs to kindergarten, elementary school, middle school & high school students. 

• A homeschool diploma is awarded to high school seniors on successful completion of the program, and an official transcript that states that they have completed the requirements for graduation in their state.

• We provide anytime online access to our online courses. Tailored to appeal to today’s web-savvy kids, this makes studying convenient for all schedules.

• Our staff is skilled at easing the transition from high school to college. We have experience in what it takes to get you accepted at the college of your choice.

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Online K-12 Homeschool Programs:
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