Kim has taught Montessori to school-aged children for 20 years. In addition, she has homeschooled her own children—all five of them, who are wonderfully different!—for the past three years.
Kim believes strongly that children all have unique learning styles and academic needs, and that they consistently thrive when given the opportunity to explore their individual interests in a supportive environment. “When we meet children where they are, and encourage them to reach their full potential through their natural curiosity, we create a learning environment that creates success,” she explains. “I think our hands-on, experience- and project-based model will help children become excited about learning, while enabling them to follow their passion for the arts.”