Children's House - Montessori School
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2848 Grubb Road
Wilmington, DE

(302) 529-9259

(302) 529-9257

Head of School:
Cathy Lopez-Cooling

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Welcome to the Children's House Montessori School.

Before and After School

Before and After School Care: Options are available for all children.  Morning care is offered starting at 7:00 a.m. - 8:15 a.m. and includes a continental breakfast and free play in a safe and relaxed environment.  After school care is offered from 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. with a snack and opportunities for both free play and more structured activities such as art, stories, movement and music.   Special classes in dance, karate, soccer, tutoring and computers are offered for an additional fee.

The following is a list of after school special activities for your child for offered at an additional fee.  We bring in talented specialists to work with your child at his/her own pace.  Your child can learn basic skills and have fun at the same time!  All activities take place on site so no additional transportation is necessary.

    COMPUTERTOTS / Computer Explorers: is an exciting and educational program that teaches children to create, design and explore technology in a fun and supportive environment. Children will learn to operate a computer on child-friendly key boards, interact with top rated software and strengthen important readiness skills for school. (Ages 3 and up.)  For more information about COMPUTERTOTS, visit their website
    Soccer Shots: More than just playing a game, Soccer Shots is about developing children. Emphasizing both character development and soccer skill development, sportsmanship and fair play take precedence over winning. Teamwork, self-discipline and good attitudes are reinforced in every session. (Ages 3 and up.)  To learn more, visit them at
    Karate For Kids: Children will learn basic karate moves with an emphasis on respect of self and others. Karate is a fun way to exercise, develop coordination, self-confidence, and discipline. (Ages 3 and up.)
    Dance: Moving your body is fun. Children can learn basic dance, tap and baton. Dancing is not only a great way to have fun, but helps to develop physical coordination, listening skills, music appreciation and much more. Classes are taught by a dance instructor with over twenty years of experience.  (Ages 2 and up.)