1333 5th Ave S.  |  Anoka, MN 55303     
1333 5th Ave S.  |  Anoka, MN 55303     

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Anoka, Minnesota Montessori Education


Montessori Renaissance Academy is currently enrolling toddlers (age 16 months and older) through 6th grade.

Our classrooms are mixed-age, with a three-year grouping of students in Children's House, and all elementary students in the same classroom. This age grouping follows the Montessori philosophy, and allows for younger children to learn from the older children. In turn, the older children develop confidence and leadership skills through being a role mode.

Toddler Program

The toddler program at MRA is for children aged 16 to 32 months. The toddler program gives children an introduction to independence and the Montessori method. The learning environment encourages enhanced growth and development, self care, body control, and use of fine and large motor skills.

Children's House

Our Children’s House program is for students age 32 months through Kindergarten. Curriculum includes lessons on practical life, sensorial, language, and mathematics. The Montessori education allows children to progress at their own pace, and strive in the areas they are most excited about.

Elementary Education

Our goal is to provide an education that recognizes the nature of the child at each stage of development. Our elementary students, 1st through 6th grade, have benefitted from a strong Montessori education foundation.

Middle School

The primary focus of 7th and 8th grade is to prepare students for high school and beyond. In our middle school class, we combine both Montessori and traditional educational principles to prepare your child for success.

Before & After School Care

Montessori Renaissance Academy is open from 6:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Parents may drop their children off before school, or pick them up after regular school hours. We offer full day or extended day care for students enrolled in classes, and during the summer months. 

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"We discovered that education is not something which the teacher does, but that it is a natural process which develops spontaneously in the human being."
- Maria Montessori