How to Bridge Discipline from School to Home with Ms. Brittany
October 15, 2020
Children’s House Program Overview : Tuesday March 9, 12:00pm–1:00pm
Fort Mason Live! Virtual Campus Tour: Thursday March 11, 9:30am–11:00am
Children’s House Program Overview : Thursday March 11, 4:30pm–5:30pm
Children’s House Program Overview : Tuesday March 16, 12:00pm–1:00pm
Fort Mason Live! Virtual Campus Tour: Thursday March 18, 9:30am–11:00am
Children’s House Program Overview : Thursday March 18, 4:30pm–5:30pm
We can't wait to meet you!
In order to follow social distancing guidelines, we are delighted to offer virtual program overviews and video calls during our normal business hours. The program overviews, conducted by our central team of program experts, give insight into the programs offered on our campus.
Our intimate school community is dedicated to the principles of authentic, high-quality Montessori education. In our Montessori programs, we are proud to employ a constructivist educational method that speaks to both the heart and mind of a child.
Act now to secure your child’s place in our school! With rolling admissions, we enroll new students year-round. Since some of our programs are currently waitlisting students, we encourage you to register and begin the process as soon as you're ready. Click below to get started!
We welcome your family to our community, which serves students from age 4.5 to 14. Our school brings together the Montessori approach to building independence and foundational knowledge with a best-in-class personalized learning framework.
Guidepost Montessori is honored to have the opportunity to continue the AltSchool legacy in San Francisco. Our approach offers student-driven, project-based learning and highlights student agency and individualization.
The Montessori method of education offers a knowledge-rich environment, through a child-led model. Children learn joyfully, through working with carefully sequenced, hands-on materials. Your child’s enthusiastic exploration naturally leads to a solid foundation and advanced academics.
Guidepost families tend to be friendly and welcoming folks, eager to make connections and form strong bonds. We think the education of our students is stronger when we can serve as a hub for such relationships, and we do all we can to foster a strong community in our area, with plenty of fun events and opportunities to meet and mingle.
We believe that an important part of our role is to serve as a support system for your family. We try to be here when you need us, with late pick-up hours and minimal school closures. And because the Montessori approach works best when manifested in a community of like minds, we hold regular campus events and get-togethers.
Kanwal with her daughter Aaira (age 5), Guidepost Children's House student
Aaira’s Guidepost Montessori school is a friendly and uplifting environment.I like the three-hour work cycle in Children’s House, and the flexible ‘extended day’ class schedule. For Aaira, that means lots of Montessori in a single day, every day!
Liss and Joseph with their daughter and son Amal (age 4), Guidepost Children's House student
Our Guidepost school is full of happy kids, and the staff and teachers are friendly and flexible. Amal loves it!
Lindsay with her son Tristan (age 7) and daughter Calista (age 10), both Guidepost Elementary students
I love how kind and positive Tristan and Calista’s peer group is. I also appreciate the beautiful classroom and fun after-school program. My kids don’t want to leave at the end of the day!
Monet and George with their daughter Carmina (age 3), Guidepost Children's House student
Guidepost Montessori feels like a family. The environment is safe and full of love and care, which makes the learning fun and easy for Carmina.
Zahraa with her daughter Kinda (age 3), Guidepost Children's House student
Guidepost provides an authentic Montessori curriculum and materials. I love that Kinda’s teachers are AMI-trained, which is very important.
Beth with her daughter Molly (age 6), Guidepost Elementary student
I love the teachers and community at Guidepost; how loving everyone is. The teachers and administrators are so caring — they want the best experience for our family.
Tina and Ben with their daughter Alyssa (age 3), Guidepost Children's House student
Guidepost’s teachers and administration work really hard to create an environment that is warm and inclusive to all children. The Guidepost community is amazing.
Laura with her son Maxwell (age 4), Guidepost Children's House student
Guidepost’s staff see each individual child as an individual and truly strive to bring out Maxwell’s true potential — they promote independence, and we’ve seen Maxwell just thrive since he started at age 3.
Lakshminarasimha and Aparna with their children Mukunda (age 2), Toddler student, and Saraswatee (age 5), Elementary student
We love all the people, and the culture they are building, at Guidepost. The teachers are loving and empathetic…they are here when you need any tips!
We serve children from age 4.5 through middle school. Our learning communities foster each child’s development as a whole human being, nurturing life skills, emotional and social development, and a deep facility with and abiding love for learning about the world. Our classrooms provide a knowledge-rich environment designed for learner-centered exploration.
We'd love to talk to you! Let's get the conversation started. You can begin by filling out your information below, and we'll reach out to you to answer your questions. To get a feel for our community, you can also book a program overview, or RSVP to attend one of our upcoming online events. When you're ready, click here to start the enrollment process.