Welcome to MKU Beverly

Currently Serving Ages

Infant: 6 weeks – 1 year 3 months
Toddler: 1 year 4 months – 2 years 9 months
Primary: 2 years 10 months – 6 years

Hours of Operation

Monday: 6:30am-6:00pm
Tuesday: 6:30am-6:00pm
Wednesday: 6:30am-6:00pm
Thursday: 6:30am-6:00pm
Friday: 6:30am-6:00pm

Nutrition

Currently using Anthony’s restaurant and A Catered Life to provide your child with a heathly, balanced and nutritious lunch.

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About MKU Beverly, MA School

The MKU Beverly Montessori school educational approach is unique compared with traditional child care such as daycare and preschool programs. The MKU child-centered focus aligns with their natural ability to be explorers; preparing the child for a lifelong love of learning. MKU classrooms are carefully prepared environments; providing abundant resources for the child. DaVinci Kids; the MKU proprietary enrichment curriculum, opens the child’s mind to art, science, technology, engineering, and math. Children learn while doing; sparking creativity and natural curiosity.

Facts About MKU Beverly

Facts About Our School

  • Time-tested Montessori and Reggio Emilia educational approach.
  • Trained and certified teachers.
  • Intuitive and interactive learning environments.
  • DaVinci Kids; MKU proprietary enrichment curriculum.
  • STEAM; Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math.
  • Low child/teacher ratios.
  • Comfortable and inspiring prepared learning environments.
  • Foreign Language
  • Gardening
  • Yoga
  • Music
  • Cooking
  • Social Graces and Courtesies.
  • Around The World summer curriculum.

Testimonials

What Our Parents Say:

“Clean facilities, caring staff, and very diverse student body. Overall, we’ve had a very positive experience here!” –Rashmee

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