American Montessori Campus is located on the southwestern edge of Plano, near the border with Frisco.
We’re an award-winning Montessori school and daycare, just minutes from your Frisco home off President George Bush Turnpike!
At AMC, we are so much more than just another daycare center. All of our programs are meticulously created to give your child the best possible child care & experience.
Our Montessori infant care program for residents in Frisco, Texas is committed to promoting quality infant care for children from six week to 18 months.
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Each program is carefully crafted to give your child the best possible care and learning experience. We now provide a STEM program as well. STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines- science, technology, engineering and mathematics- in an interdisciplinary and applied approach. Rather than teach the four disciplines as separate and discreet subjects, STEM integrates them into a cohesive learning paradigm based on real-world applications.
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We are able to offer more than a normal preschool in Frisco, Texas. We motivate each child to become an independent, life-long learner by stimulating physical, emotional and intellectual growth, supporting the development of a positive self-image and fostering creativity. American Montessori Campus offers guidance for parents in the process of selecting a montessori preschool in Frisco, Texas.
Not only does our Montessori kindergarten serving Frisco, Texas cater to your child’s development, it also serves as childcare with an education. Our commitment to developing your child’s social skills and Active Individualized Learning through stimulating, multi-sensory teaching materials is unlike any other childcare you will find in the Plano, Texas area. The Montessori kindergarten environment that we create at American Montessori Campus lends a hand in preparing the child for both reading and writing (left to right, top to bottom).