Infants - 9th grade

Developmentally appropriate and progressive learning communities for Infant, Toddler, Emerging, Early Childhood, Lower Elementary, Upper Elementary, Middle School and High School students.

Call 801-281-4848 to schedule a tour.


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Professional Montessori Teachers

We are committed to having qualified and experienced teachers. All of our lead teachers have MACTE accredited Montessori credentials. Most have Bachelor's degrees and many have Master's degrees.


Award Winning Facility

Featuring large classrooms filled with natural light, collaboration spaces, and design elements that stimulate learning and create a beautiful and comfortable environment. Includes an Art Studio, Media Center, Gymnasium, and Black Box Theater. Outdoor environment features a school garden, soccer field, beautiful wooden playhouses for imaginative learning, and large natural playscapes.


Welcome to Elizabeth Academy

Elizabeth Academy is a private non-profit school located in the East Millcreek area of Salt Lake City. Since 2009, we have been guiding students to develop the skills they need to be successful in life. We offer inclusive Montessori programs for children from infancy through high school. Beginning with our intensive early intervention services, which include in-class therapy services and parent education in the Infant, Toddler and Early Childhood (preschool-Kindergarten) classes, to our Elementary, Middle and High School programs, Elizabeth Academy offers the highest quality Montessori and inclusive education available.  Currently, we serve over 250 students from 18 months to 14 years of age, and we will be adding an Infant class and a 9th grade class for the 2017-18 school year. 

We embrace educational best practices to guide, inspire and challenge our students. Whether a student is gifted, typical, or in need of extra support, at Elizabeth Academy, every student's needs are met. Our MACTE credentialed and experienced Montessori teachers work collaboratively with special educators and therapists to individualize the learning experience for each child. As a model school for inclusion, we adapt the curriculum as needed, utilizing authentic assessment practices to ensure that each child is appropriately challenged and supported.

Each classroom is a community of learners built on a foundation of respect and responsibility. By working with hands-on materials, children develop their fine motor skills, gain problem-solving skills, and learn to concentrate. Project work helps students learn to work in teams and develop strong communication and conflict resolution skills. Through service learning, students develop empathy and a sense of gratitude. We encourage our students to question, to learn how to find information, and to analyze what they've learned. At a time when information is available to us at the touch of a button, we emphasize learning how to learn rather than rote memorization of content. Curiosity, resilience, perseverance: these are skills that will serve children throughout their lives.

Elizabeth Academy is a Member School of the American Montessori Society and the Utah Montessori Council. We are certified by both MEPI (Montessori Educational Programs International) and IMI (The Institute for Montessori Innovation at Westminster College) as a teacher training and internship site. 

Elizabeth Academy provides: 

* A comprehensive and dynamic Montessori curriculum capable of meeting the intellectual and emotional needs of typical, exceptional, and gifted learners. 

* Enrichments for all program levels:  Visual Art, Music, Dance, Physical Education and Communication Skills. 

* Upper Elementary and Middle School students choose from a menu of electives.  Arts electives include ceramic hand building, drawing, painting, and foundry.  Physical education electives include skiing, snowshoeing, cross country running, yoga, soccer, and swimming.  Music electives include musical theater, improvisation, performance art, choir and guitar. 

* Middle School students experience real life application of the concepts they are learning in the classroom through a wide range of field studies. Students participate in service projects, and study economics both in theory and practice through actual business ventures.  Money earned funds class trips to destinations such as the Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City, Teton Science Camp, and Washington D.C.

* Private speech and language services as well as Occupational, Physical, Reading and Music Therapy for children needing support in these areas. 

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Call: (801) 281-4848

Drive: 2870 S. Connor Street


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Whole Child Reading Workshop - Nov 18th

We are excited to offer our parents an amazing opportunity.  Elizabeth Academy is sponsoring a workshop with Natalie Hale, the author of Whole Child Reading and a program designed especially for people with developmental disabilities.  Come and learn how to make the “personal books” tha

Fall Festival!

We will be celebrating our Fall Festival at our Connor and Myrtle campuses on Friday, October 27th, complete with a costume parade! 

Mosaic Art Project - NEED DONATIONS OF BROKEN CERAMICS

Our amazing Art instructor, Rachel Romney, would like donations from parents of “any broken ceramics you don’t want-- tiles, plates, bowls, vases, etc.”  Even if they are not broken but are just no longer wanted, she would love them.  You can also donate pebbles, sea glass, or other har

Early Release Day - Oct 27

This will be an early release day on Friday, October 27th at all locations, with school ending at 12:00 noon for the Connor Campus and 12:15 pm for the Myrtle campus.

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