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Our School

Peel Montessori School is a 20,000 square foot beautiful, standalone building in the well-established and historical Clarkson and Lorne Park communities. The school is positioned on a quiet one acre lot, safely nestled away from public view and traffic. Students enjoy the beauty of nature from their classrooms and the walking distance from nearby marshes, parks, libraries, community centres, and athletic clubs. Parents enjoy the convenience of the local Clarkson and Port Credit Go-Stations. We offer schooling to children in the Mississauga, Oakville, and surrounding communities.


The classrooms are equipped with scientifically designed exercises in the preschool, Casa, and Montessori Elementary levels as well as enriched curriculum resources for our blended Elementary. state-of-the-art SMART technology to enhance learning.


The Montessori child’s environment must be esthetically pleasing and our interior and exterior environment meets the standards set by the vision of Dr. Maria Montessori. The interior was strategically designed to allow for ample natural light to brighten the spacious and well-equipped classrooms. Our facilities include a resourceful library, state of the art SMART technology in the computer lab, and art, music, and French classrooms.

Due to our low student/teacher ratios limited spaces are available in the following:

Toddler – 16 months to 3 years

Casa (Children’s House) – 3 to 5 years of age

Montessori Lower Elementary – Grades 1 – 6

Elementary Blended Programme – Grades 1 – 6 through our division Carrington College

Middle School – Grades 7 and 8 Traditional Transitional Years offered through Carrington College

Our Facilities

Our 3,000 square foot gymnasium offers ample space for students to develop gross motor skills, qualities of good sportsmanship, and the enjoyment of games of interest, enhancing positive socialization. The Elementary students enjoy a variety of gross motor activates some of which includebasketball, tennis, volleyball, and badminton, while the younger children enjoy parachute games, develop balancing skills, and body movement skills to develop their overall coordination. During cold or rainy days, it is the perfect setting to allow maximum playtime during recess.

2008 Silver Medal - Junior Tigers T-ball

2009 Silver Medal - Junior Tigers T-ball

2009 Gold Medal - Senior Tigers T-ball

2009 Silver Medal - Senior Panthers Soccer

2012 Silver Medal - Senior Panthers