Are Montessori Bilingual children successful at ongoing traditional schools and later in life?

Research studies show that Montessori children are well prepared for later life academically, socially, and emotionally. In addition to scoring well on standardized tests, Montessori children are ranked above average on such criteria as following directions, turning in work on time, listening attentively, showing responsibility, asking provocative questions, showing enthusiasm for learning, and adapting to new situations.

Research has shown that Montessori materials and the structure of the classroom help children develop higher-level executive functioning skills that are clear indicators of school readiness and future success. These skills include the development of impulse control, working memory, task persistence, grit, problem-solving, creative thinking and managing time, workspace and resources.

Furthermore, because our students are educated in a bilingual environment, our unique education positions them exceptionally well for life in the globalized, multicultural world we live in.