Scholars Montessori Academy is a Montessori school and daycare in Ottawa,
located in a wonderful school building on a quiet residential street. Our
address is 1000 Brookfield Rd. Brookfield Rd. - parallel to Heron and we
are between Prince of Wales and Bank Street.
This wonderful central location puts us in close proximity to the Canada
Post Building, the Experimental Farm, Billings Bridge, Carleton University,
Mooney's Bay, Riverside South, Lansdowne, the Glebe, and Alta Vista among
The building features a wonderful, fenced-in yard; full of toys to develop
the childrens gross and fine motor skills and allow for plenty of free play
to foster socialization and independence.
The building allows for plenty of parking in order to drop off and pick
up your child with ease.
The property itself is adjacent to a city park which we can use at our leisure.
FSMA is easily accessible from:
- Central Park -
take Baseline East, pass the Canada Post Building. Turn right onto Clover
Str., then left onto Brookfield Rd.
- Canada Post -
take Baseline East, turn right onto Clover Str., then left onto Brookfield
- Glebe - take Bank
St. South, turn right onto Heron, left onto Clover, left onto Brookfield
hours of operation are between 7:30 am and 5:30 pm. The Montessori part
of the day is between 9 am and 4pm. The parents can choose a most suitable
time within those time frames for their child. Please inquire with the office
as to which options would work best for you.
Scholars Montessori Academy adheres to a very strict hiring procedures to
ensure the best teachers for its students. All staff follow the Ministry
of Education guidelines in order to become employed at FSMA. Our teachers
are Montessori trained, or have completed their Early Childhood Education
studies. They work together to design and implement the curriculums for
All staff credentials are on display at FSMA. We look forward to having
the opportunity to share them with you.
Future Scholars Montessori Academy opened its doors in January of 2013.
FSMA is built on the passion of its creators, Mrs. Agata Attersoll and Mrs.
Priyanka Aggarwal. The two ladies met at a Montessori school they both worked
at and quickly realized that they share a vision of what an inspiring Montessori
school should be. The inspiration to open their own educational institution
came after watching their children learn about the world at Montessori schools
in Ottawa. The education they received propelled the Directors to open Future
Scholars Montessori Academy.
FSMA is designed to follow the Montessori Method. The classrooms cater to
children's needs and their developmental stages. Everything is designed
to follow the child. The prepared environments of each classroom allow the
children to learn to the utmost of their potential.
Attersoll has been a Montessori Directress for over a decade. She
earned her American Montessori Society credentials in 2000. Agata
was lucky to have wonderful, inspiring teachers like Ms. Elaine Flett,
owner of Tall Pines Motnessori School in Brampton, as well as Ms.
Darcelle Butler, who works and lives Montessori in Louisiana.
Since then, Agata has worked at the Casa level, inspiring children
to be the best they can be.
Agata's higher education was completed at Ottawa's Carleton University
where she earned a Bachelor's Degree in English Literature.
Agata's inspiration to open her own school came after watching both
her daughters attend Montessori schools from Infant through Casa levels.
The education they received there has helped them immensely in the
"real world". Agata's interest is to be part of a school not just
dedicated to educating young minds, but preparing children for the
world of tomorrow. The characteristics of independence, confidence
and lifelong curiosity about learning are what Future Scholars Montessori
Academy promotes and instills in their children.
can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
passion for Montessori began upon her arrival in Canada in 1996. She
discovered the Montessori Philosophy and Method by researching and
reading the many available published materials about it. Her passion
evolved further upon enrolling her son at a Montessori school. She
was duly impressed with how children were learning such advanced work
at such an early age. What was more impressive though, was the enthusiasm
Using the degrees she earned in India, Priyanka embarked on a teaching
career at a Montessori school in Ottawa. She was inspired by the specific,
hands-on method of education. Priyanka's Montessori career flourished
upon her move to a different school, where she not only was placed
in the classroom, but also expanded her knowledge by taking a position
in the office.
Priyanka's degrees include a Bachelor's of Education
and Science as well as a Master's in English.
Priyanka can be contacted at