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International Montessori Schools

1385 Birmingham RoadWest Chester, PA 19382
Phone: (484) 661-0584Email: admissions@imschools.netWebsite: Visit Website Google Map

Our experienced and qualified teachers encourage and guide children toward independence and a love of learning. 

We are conveniently located in West Chester, PA, and we serve children from the age of 18 months old until 6 years of age. 

We are open Monday - Friday, 7:30am - 6:00pm and offer the following programs:

  • For children aged 18 months – 6 years of age
  • Full or half days (9am-3pm and 9am-12pm)
  • Before and after care (7.30-9am and 3-6pm)
  • Summer Camp – 9 week program from June – August.

Business Review

Although my husband grew up in a Montessori environment, International Montessori Schools was my first experience with the Montessori teaching style and culture. It has been amazing to see our son develop independence and empathy in such a safe and nurturing environment. From his first week in the Toddler class, the staff have engaged intentionally with our family to meet our needs and encourage our son’s development. Now that he is in the Primary class, we’re experiencing growth through mentoring as older students are modeling behavior and learning alongside our son. It’s a joy to see him looking up to older students, but subsequently, encouraging younger students (by) living out the behavior that’s been modeled for him.


Healthy environment for kids offering good care and attention. My daughter has been at this school for 2 years now and as parents we are assured that she is in good hands. There are different materials, books, music and outdoor activities for kids for their overall development here.During her Kindergarten years at International Montessori Schools, our daughter’s academic and leadership skills soared. She felt confident in her well-known, beloved environment to deepen her understanding of the world, her reading and writing skills and her abstract reasoning in math. As one of the oldest children in her class, she also got to experience modeling what she had learned to the younger ones, which helped her grow in self esteem. It was clearly a fundamental year that prepared her well for the Elementary years. As the Admissions Counselor at her current school said: “She was more than ready"