Our daughter Diya graduated from Aarambh in March 2016. We then moved to Chicago where she did her first grade from Ivy Hill Elementary School, Illinois. Like most parents we were concerned about how our child would adjust from a Montessori house to a regular classroom setup.
Vijayalaxmi and Randhir Nair, Parents of Diya
Right from the time we first stepped in to Aarambh to check out prospective school and day care for Liam till the day we had to say goodbye, we have been so assured and content that Liam is in very good hands – an environment that helped him grow naturally, didn’t limit his appetite for learning, didn’t rush him through learning by rote what his age group is ‘supposed’ to know.
Arleif and Jolene, Parents of Liam Charles Braganza
As a 3- year-old, Tara was a precocious child when she started with her Montessori school. Being our youngest, she essentially had things her way and if things did not turn up her way, she would throw tantrums, yell, etc. She also could speak in our mother tongue and would not understand English.
Aboli and Abhijeet Deshmukh, Parents of Tara
This is the “real” Maria Montessori school. My daughter has spent 4 years at Aarambh, from age 2 to 6, and we are absolutely sure that this was the best decision we made for her. Uma sets a role-model of how an ideal environment for the child should be, that places the needs of the child above everything else yet focuses immensely on self-discipline.
Ishita and Pranav Nabar, Parents of Urvee
Sarvesh’s transition from Montessori to Traditional school was very smooth. He adjusted very well. I personally feel since he was in Montessori he enjoys freedom to express himself, makes friends easily and has no fear of teachers. School syllabus wise also he got adjusted very well.
Pallavi and Prashant Patil, Parents of Sarvesh