Tomorrow’s Hope Montessori School creates a safe environment for students to excel in Suwanee
BY: Mackenzie Stephenson
After years of preparation, planning, construction and anticipation: Suwanee’s newest school, Tomorrow’s Hope Montessori on Peachtree Industrial, is now open!
With programs for children from infancy through age 6, Tomorrow’s Hope Montessori focuses on developing a natural curiosity and love of learning that starts at a very early age and extends through adulthood. Their mission: to provide a safe, nurturing environment where all children are encouraged to explore and learn at their fullest potential.
Wynne Adcock, Director of Tomorrow’s Hope Montessori School, brings over fifteen years of experience in early childhood education and a desire to “invest in Suwanee,” she said. “We want to make sure everyone feels safe and welcomed here. We have tried to make things as aesthetically pleasing as possible with the Montessori curriculum in mind,” she continued.
A safe and nurturing environment is of utmost importance at Tomorrow’s Hope. A lot of time and research was spent deciding on both the physical location of the school and it’s instructors. “When looking at a Montessori School, it is important to make sure the teachers have had proper training and experience in Montessori education,” Adcock advised prospective parents. And, at Tomorrow’s Hope, each hand-selected instructor brings years of experience, credentials and/or a Master’s Degree in Montessori education. At Tomorrow’s Hope the goal is to “partner with parents in the care and education of their children” in a safe and fun learning environment. It’s important that parents and children feel equally secure and confident when dropped off at school.
As a new establishment, Adcock gave us some firsthand insight as to what that process of opening a new business in Suwanee looks like. “It was very lengthy. We started looking for facilities that were already established,” she explained. But, when they could not locate the perfect place for a new school, they set out to build one instead. “It was challenging to juggle construction while also trying to set the culture for business…much more complicated than moving into an already-existent building,” Adcock admitted. “But, the City of Suwanee is extremely helpful. There was always someone willing to answer any questions we had,” she continued.
As a member of the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce, Tomorrow’s Hope Montessori is already taking initiative towards community involvement. Fostering a sense of responsibility in children, as members of a larger community, is one of the educational goals at Tomorrow’s Hope and one that staff members personally take to heart as well.
The faculty at Tomorrow’s Hope Montessori is very excited about being part of the growing Suwanee community and proud of what they have to offer. They are hoping that people will see what Tomorrow’s Hope is capable of providing: a program that extends beyond traditional education to serve both parents and children.
For more information or to apply for enrollment, visit tomorrowshopemontessori.com.