Welcome to Montessori School of Duluth

Montessori School of Duluth is the premiere Montessori option in Duluth. We offer programs that serve Toddlers, Preschoolers, and Elementary-age children from 16 months to 6th grade. We inspire a love for learning that lets our graduates go on to excel in the finest independent and public schools in Duluth and beyond.

We’re committed to exceptional Montessori education. Our Toddler program offers high-quality care with flexible scheduling for working parents. Our Children’s House, a preschool program, is led by AMI-certified Lead Guides. Our Elementary program is committed to providing individualized curriculum to meet the needs of each student. The Elementary environment is designed to spark curiosity and a love for learning through student-directed learning.


Montessori is a natural fit for divergent learners or students with learning differences because of the extended work periods, emphasis on cursive writing, hands-on learning materials, and individualized curriculum. We also offer a second language that varies by classroom, such as Spanish, French, or American Sign Language (ASL).


We’re currently open, serving the community with added precautions. We follow the guidelines of the MN Department of Health and limit our group sizes.


We accept applications year-round, according to the openings we have available, and keep a waitlist when needed. Openings are posted on this site’s welcome popup. Use our contact form or call to schedule a tour!

+ Small class sizes
+ Caring, qualified teachers
+ Proven child-centered curriculum
+ Active play in updated playgrounds
+ Home-like environment
+ Convenient hot lunch & after care
+ Welcoming atmosphere

We look forward to meeting you!


Are you interested in a tour or have questions or comments?
Use this form or give us a call: 218-728-4600

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    Montessori School of Duluth is a non-profit, 501(c) 3 organization. We value, welcome, and celebrate a diverse population. The school treats all students and staff, and applicants for enrollment and employment, without unlawful discrimination as to race, creed, color, national origin, age, disability, marital status, or sexual orientation.