Montessori Training of Southern Nevada offers...
a comprehensive, in-depth study of the Montessori Method of education dedicated to individuals who wish to share their love of learning with young learners
a 13-month training program including one practicum (student teaching) school year
eligibility for an AMS Montessori teaching credential for all students who complete MTSN requirements
MTSN holds accredited status for its Infant/Toddler, Early Childhood, Elementary I and Elementary I-II Montessori teacher education certification course level from the Montessori Accreditation Council for Teacher Education
(MACTE - http://www.macte.org).
MTSN holds Full Affiliate status for its Early Childhood course with the American Montessori Society through the year 2020. MTSN holds Full Affiliate status for its Infant/Toddler, Elementary I and Elementary I-II course(s) with the
American Montessori Society through the year 2026.
We are licensed to operate by the Commission on Postsecondary Education.
In AMS affiliated courses, a team teaching approach is used in teacher education. The faculty utilize their strengths and wide range of skills to make lessons and lectures more meaningful and memorable. The faculty incorporate the most recent research in the fields of education and human growth and development. The team of well-trained and experienced staff support each adult learner through each stage of training.Each course requires the following components to be completed for certification by AMS:
• Attendance and participation in classes
• Practicum in a classroom
• Written assignments
• Performance assessment
• Long-term Project
If you are interested in becoming a credentialed Montessori teacher, please see the admission section for an application, cost, schedule, practicum requirements, and required supplies.
You can simultaneously receive your M.Ed. in Montessori Integrative Learning as you take your MTSN course. For more information please refer to the following link
Please bring all concerns to the attention of the Director, Lori Bossy.
If the concern is not satisfied, the adult learner may also contact the Nevada Commission on Postsecondary Education at 702-486-7330.