Do you know where your child will be this summer? Send them to Ronald Knox!
The deadline to sign up is February 9! Remember, you don't have to be an RKMS student to attend, so share the word with friends and neighbors.
We offer three age levels of Summer Camp:
- Toddler, for children who will be entering the Toddler program in Fall 2015
- Transitional, for children who will be entering the Primary program in Fall 2015
- Primary, for children who will are currently in a Primary classroom, including our 2015 graduates
Click the names above to check out the brochures for each camp - the application is inside. See you when it's warm!
Upcoming Parent Education Lectures!
Please join us for one or all of these insightful discussions!
§ The Zen of Potty Training
§ What Makes Our Summer Camp Different?
§ 5 Little-Known Factors That Could Affect Your Child's Self-Esteem
Ronald Knox Montessori School (RKMS) is located in Wilmette, Illinois, just 19 miles north of downtown Chicago and nestled within 23 acres of open property in a quiet residential neighborhood. RKMS provides a nurturing, stimulating environment for children from six months through six years of age.
Since 1963, this parent-governed and professionally operated non-profit has dedicated itself to the Montessori educational philosophy. At the heart of our beliefs is the notion that the greatest learning occurs when children are allowed to choose their own path to development. At RKMS, children are encouraged to explore a world of activities under the watchful eyes of competent, Montessori-trained teachers. In this setting, children cultivate concentration, motivation and self-discipline along with a life-long love of learning, high self-esteem and respect for others and the world around them.
Ronald Knox Montessori School is committed to following the Montessori philosophy to create a nurturing, stimulating environment that promotes concentration, coordination, a sense of order, independence, grace and courtesy, and the life skills needed for each child to reach his or her full potential. Parents, faculty, and administrators form a community to foster a lifelong love of learning in our children and to promote respect for self, others, and the world around them.