• Address

    19935 19th Ave NE Seattle, WA 98155

  • Principal

    Erin Kautz

  • Hours of Operation

    6:30 AM - 6:00 PM

  • Admissions

    (844) 826-3430

  • Programs

    8 weeks - 6 years

    Before & After Care Summer Camp

Private Tours

Call to schedule or drop by for a visit.

Lake Forest Park Montessori Preschool

Encouraging Learning and Independence

Welcome to Lake Forest Park Montessori, conveniently located near the intersection of Ballinger Way and 19th Avenue. We provide a safe, nurturing environment where children learn, grow and thrive. We are proud to say that we’ve served the families of Lake Forest Park since 1978.

Our preschool offers an individualized learning program based on the Montessori Method – a philosophy which recognizes that a child’s physical, social, emotional and intellectual development are interrelated. As a Montessori preschool, we help children develop the habits, attitudes and skills that lead to a lifetime of active thinking.

When our students graduate, many continue their education at our sister school, Brighton School.

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Summer Camp

We offer school age Summer Camp. Learn more about our programs.

Upcoming Events

  1. Tuesday, September 27, 2016

    1. Music Class (EP-Kinder)

      Music Class (EP-Kinder)

      All Day
    2. Shoreline closed – cc available

      Shoreline closed – cc available

      All Day
  2. Friday, September 30, 2016

    1. Spanish Class (EP-Kinder)

      Spanish Class (EP-Kinder)

      All Day
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The Montessori Method

As a Montessori preschool, we help children develop the habits, attitudes and skills that lead to a lifetime of active thinking.

Parent Testimonial

“I value having my children in a high quality school with such individualized attention from teachers. My daughters have progressed mentally and emotionally, and have learned life lessons such as responsibility and caring for others.”