According to the head of the School, Mrs Joyce Ousman the program was designed for early childhood and Elementary level; and it’s seeks to serve children using standard educational approaches.
The Head of the School took ODA’s Director on a conducted tour in order to assess learning materials and the facilities available for children in the school compound.
Whilst explaining their activities, Mrs. Ousman dispel the misconception that the program is only meant for the rich, the aim of the school she added is to serve all, regardless of the economic circumstances of the child “ we normally advertise our program and also encourage the admission of less privileged children’’. She pointed out that they are working very hard to get scholarship for less fortunate children who have gained admission into the program.
The Director of ODA, Mr. Kallay Musa Conteh commended Mrs. Ousman for providing state of the art educational learning materials and facilities for children.
“The Sierra Leonean diaspora community is contributing immensely to the development of the country; the American Montessori Leadership Academy is a testament of successful diaspora led establishment in country’’ said Mr. Conteh.
Meanwhile the school offers the finest collection of hands-on, mind-on activities; a specifically prepared learning environment and provide certified teachers in classrooms for children age three onwards. The school stresses the holistic development of each child: spiritually, physically, morally, intellectually, and emotionally.