The Fulton School

Preschools
636-458-6688
123 Schoolhouse Road
St. Albans, MO 63073

The Fulton School is a place where home and school work together to foster a love of learning in children, from toddlers through 12th grade. We believe that children have a natural excitement to learn, but many students lose that spark during their first few years in school. We work hard to foster an environment that nurtures that spark!

We understand that kids don't all learn at the same rate or in the same way. We've designed our classrooms to be as welcoming and supportive as they are challenging and refreshing. We do this using a Montessori program. Students as young as three years old teach themselves math, reading, writing, science, geography, and self-care through this intricate system of hands-on materials and activities, developing their self-confidence and a love of learning (and school!).

We work on social skills and self-control through positive discipline and a deep sense of respect for everyone. Their days involve learning about the world around them through cooking, gardening, nature hikes, and visits to our farm animals on campus. They also begin learning Spanish and participate in physical education.

Growing up is hard; raising kids well is hard. And we only get to do it once. Let's do it together. 

For information about admissions, contact Diane Loyd, Director of Enrollment Management, at 636-458-6688 or via email at dloyd@tfssa.org

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