What Parents Are Saying About Us . . .
We survey our parents at the end of each school year in order to learn how best to meet the needs of our community. You can read more about the results of our 2020-21 parent survey here.
“Toddlers on the Hill is hands-down the best preschool in DC. ToTH brings together the wealth of the Montessori tradition with teachers that truly care about the children, parents, and the community. ToTH has transformed the way I parent and better equipped me to understand my toddler.”
Toddlers on the Hill is a Montessori oasis within the city. We are lucky to have strong and dedicated teachers, and our daughter can’t get enough! We have been pleased with her development and the community at large. We are super lucky!”
“ToTH is our extended family. It’s a wonderful, supportive, diverse community which we are proud to be a part of. Our daughter is independent, expressive, confidant and determined- all qualities cultivated through the ToTH program. What is taught in the classroom is most evident on play dates- ToTH kids know how to work emotions out with each other (and clean up without much coaxing which is an amazing bonus). Can’t wait for our son to be old enough to start!”
“Like all parents, we were concerned about the health risks associated with heading back to school [during the COVID 19 public health emergency.] Having completed nearly a year with ToTH, we knew the Montessori program would be great for our twins’ development, but did the benefits outweigh the risks? At 6 weeks in, we can say with certainty that we made the right decision. The ToTH teachers and administration have gone above and beyond to minimize health risks, communicating every new development with transparency and honesty, and with true concern for kids and parents alike. And we’ve seen a strong improvement in our twins’ behavior since they headed back. They are thrilled to go to school each day, and we’re happy that they have the opportunity to safely engage with people outside our home—the wonderful Montessori teachers and their small group of toddler friends.”