Nearby Cincinnati, OH
Cincinnati, the third largest city in Ohio, has the fastest growing economy in the Midwestern United States and is home to the headquarters of several Fortune 500 companies including Procter & Gamble, The Kroger Company, and Macy’s Inc. Cincinnati holds a variety of large annual events such as Oktoberfest Zinzinnati, CIncinnati May Festival, and the Flying Pig Marathon.
Cincinnati is also home to a wealth of attractions and historical monuments. The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is a museum in Downtown Cincinnati dedicated to preserving the history of the Underground Railroad. Krohn Conservatory is another popular attraction in Cincinnati. This botanical garden contains more than 3,500 different plants from all over the world and features a butterfly show every year.
For the nature lovers of the family, the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden is a great place to visit. Opened in 1875, the Cincinnati Zoo is the second-oldest zoo in the country. This Zoo has over 500 different species and specializes in breeding programs, successfully breeding sea lions, cheetahs, tigers, gorillas, and giraffes. The Zoo also has a 4-D movie theater, where animals on the screen come to life. The Newport Aquarium, open 365 days a year, is also located in downtown Cincinnati. Visitors can see thousands of different animals and participate in interactive experiences, including touching a shark and meeting a penguin.
Montessori Academy of Cincinnati
Montessori Academy of Cincinnati offers a high-quality Montessori education to students in the Cincinnati metropolitan area. We embrace diversity and teach our students to become global citizens. We understand that every child learns differently and at their own pace, which is why our teachers make a custom learning plan for each child. Classrooms in our Montessori school are structured so that materials are accessible to children, and children are able to select which materials they want to work on. Our nurturing teachers create a positive environment where children feel safe and learn to develop confidence in their abilities.
Our state-of-the-art campus is situated on 7.5 acres in the Mason community. Some of our facilities include a science lab, tutoring rooms, and a library. Extracurricular activities are extremely important in developing a well-rounded student, which is why our students participate in computer and physical education classes. Our Cincinnati campus also has a basketball court, soccer field, and playground, making it easy for students to keep active and healthy.
Directions to Downtown Cincinnati from Montessori Academy of Cincinnati:
Downtown Cincinnati is about a 30-minute drive from Montessori Academy of Cincinnati. To get to Downtown Cincinnati, head south on I-71, passing Kenwood Country Club and Krohn Conservatory. Get off on Exit 2 and take Gilbert Avenue until it turns into E8th Street. Make a left onto Walnut Street and just past the Aronoff Center for the Arts will be Downtown Cincinnati – Visitor Center and the hub of cultural events Fountain Square.
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