ON CAMPUS

Teach Me Academy at Camden Hill Montessori and Therapy and Beyond has enriching activities for our students to participate in. Our Teach Me Academy students are a collaborative part of their school environment as they participate in school life together.

EARLY CHILDHOOD CLASSROOM

Therapy and Beyond

Therapy and Beyond provides ABA, Speech, and Occupational Therapy for those with developmental differences. Programs are individualized for each child, and administered in a one-to-one ratio in order to maximize treatment effectivenessgain functional communication skillsand increase independence for each individual. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA therapy) is the most prescribed treatment for children with autism.

PRESCHOOL

Camden Hill Montessori

Camden Hill Montessori School, located in Carrollton Texas, was established in 2015 by theorists and educators with a deep appreciation of Maria Montessori’s educational method. It’s education blends the distinctive student-centered approach of Maria Montessori with traditional and progressive teaching methods. Camden Hill’s goal is to create a rich, stimulating school environment that will unite a community of students, families, and staff to support the optimum development of the child and foster a life-long love of learning.

GRADE SCHOOL

Therapy and Beyond

provides intensive, 1:1 ABA and speech therapy for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities both in-home and in-clinic.  Our individualized programs encourage family involvement and are designed on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis & Skinner’s Analysis of Verbal Behavior (VB) to focus on major areas of development including behavior, language, social, academic and self-help.

Camden Hill Montessori

shares Maria Montessori’s belief that children learn best when they learn in their own way and at their own pace. Education here is student-centered—not only in appreciating each students’ differences and accommodating their individual learning styles, but also in the way every student themselves are responsible for their learning.