Garfield Campus

We launched our Garfield Academy campus at 1838 S 1500 E in Sugarhouse in the fall of 2017. The phone number of the Garfield campus is 801-296-0600.

Secondary Program

  • 7th - 10th grades for the 2018-2019 school year (additional grade levels will be added each consecutive school year through 12th grade).
  • Field experiences take students into the larger community.
  • In partnership with Westminster College.
  • Occupations provide students with experience related to business, marketing and economics.

Toddler/Early Childhood/Elementary

  • Toddler (18 months - 3 years) and Early Childhood (3 - 6 years) for the 2018-2019 school year.
  • Lower Elementary (1st - 3rd grade) planned for fall 2018.
  • Upper Elementary (4th - 6th grade) planned for fall 2021.

Elizabeth Academy's Early Childhood Academy provides family centered services designed to meet the individualized needs of all children and their families. We deliver a blend of educational and therapy services within the context of a developmentally appropriate Montessori classroom. Our program offers ALL young children their best opportunity to successfully integrate into kindergarten, emerging with high hopes to continue through high school and college, thus becoming confident, contributing adult members of their community.

We provide a quality Montessori education in tandem with supportive, integrated therapies to help each child develop and gain independence. In-class, collaborative therapies include: speech therapy, music therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy. The inclusive Montessori philosophy and rich academic curriculum embraces wide abilities, diverse learning styles, and individualized needs. Key components of the Montessori method include: multi-age classrooms, freedom of movement, small group lessons, and multi-sensory, hands-on materials.

What Makes Our Program Unique

  • Family centered services designed to meet the individualized needs of children and their families.
  • Inclusive environment (children of all abilities).
  • Intensive early intervention addresses the needs of very young children.
  • Speech therapy, music therapy, occupational therapy and physical therapy.
  • Comprehensive parents education programs give families strategies to transfer information from therapies into the home setting.
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