Welcome to MKU Weatherford

Currently Serving Ages

Infant: 6 weeks-12months
Toddler: 12months- 24
Pre-Primary: 2-3years old
Primary: 3-6 years old

Hours of Operation

Monday: 7:00am-6:00pm
Tuesday: 7:00am-6:00pm
Wednesday: 7:00am-6:00pm
Thursday: 7:00am-6:00pm
Friday: 7:00am-6:00pm

Nutrition

Lunch Options:

Currently parents provide their child’s lunch

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About MKU Weatherford, TX School

The MKU Weatherford 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 Weatherford Montessori School

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 Weatherford Montessori School Parents Say:

“Both of my daughters are enrolled and we couldn’t be more happy. The teachers and staff all treat you like family from the minute you walk in the doors. I love the push for outdoor play and for independence in the Primary classroom. My 3 year old is thriving in so many ways after only being enrolled for a week. The infant room is the most peaceful place, which is so very different from many infant care center rooms! The ability to get updates throughout the day is so great too You also have the ability to communicate directly with their teachers through the app, which is a great tool, especially with an infant who is breastfeeding and going through growth spurts!” –Kayce G.

“We absolutely love this school and staff and highly recommend it for preschool age. Our daughter learns the neatest things for a child her age, and the activities are very engaging and different from anywhere else we’ve experienced. She comes home with words like botanist, meteorologist, edible, trapezoid, Antarctica ? and all kinds of skills like gardening, cleaning up messes, tying shoes, Spanish speaking, crafting, reading, and much more. I love knowing that she is there with teachers who really care for the children and show it in a big way.” – Ashley W.

“My fiancé and I switched our son from daycare to Montessori and it was the best decision we could have made for our baby. So many great things about Montessori, we love that we get a daily report and pictures of what our baby was up to during the day. I love how sanitary and peaceful the infant room is. His teachers are amazing and you can tell they really care for our baby. I would definitely recommend Montessori Kids Universe to any parent looking for a safe, fun and caring learning environment for their kiddos.” – Sandra R.

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