• Discover. Engage. Grow.

KEY  FACTS

Grades:  Cascadia begins at Pre-Kindergarten and continues through Grade 4. Pre-K students must be age four by August 31; Kindergarten students age five by August 31.

Location: 4239 162nd Avenue Northeast, Redmond, Washington (near Microsoft’s main campuses).

Hours:  Pre-K, Kindergarten, and Grades 1 and 2 class hours are 8:45 AM to 3:20 PM. Grades 3 and 4 class hours are 8:30 AM to 3:20 PM. Students can arrive at 8:00 AM on class days.

Childcare: Provided after school on class days and on camp days until 6:00 PM (additional charge of $4.00 per hour) and provided on Teacher Days, from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM (charge varies). There is no summer program at this time.

Camps: Provided on most of the Teacher Days, during February (mid-winter) Break, during April (spring) Break, and in summers. Hours from 8:30am to 3pm (change varies).


CASCADIA’S  MISSION

Cascadia’s Mission is to provide our students with:

A positive, comfortable, and effective learning environment;

Strong knowledge in academic and cultural areas, emphasizing understanding and the ability to apply what they have learned;

A global perspective enabling them to make positive contributions to our world.


CONTACT US

Contact us to schedule a tour and talk with the Head of School, Teri Keeton. See how each day at Cascadia builds a foundation for the following days, and how each year prepares for the following years at Cascadia — and beyond. Individual appointments allow for discussion of parents’ goals for their child’s education and allows discussions to see if Cascadia is a good match for the family.

Email: tkeeton@cascadiamontessori.com

Phone: 425-881-2885  (best between 4 PM and 6 PM)

The Name “Cascadia”

“Cascadia” is a term from the geological sciences. It is the name of a hypothetical island off the west coast of North America. The island was to have collected material that rose, by internal forces, to become the west coast mountains. “Cascadia” is an appropriate name for our school. The school is a special setting where resources are collected – in this case to provide for the education of children. The resources are designed and applied to work with the children’s natural, internal forces – to help our students grow and learn, and take their places in the world. Our Cascadia was established in 1977.