Set Your Child Up For Lifelong Success

World-Renowned Montessori Education And Expert Teachers In A Community You Can Trust

Set Your Child Up For Lifelong Success

World-Renowned Montessori Education And Expert Teachers In A Community You Can Trust

Set Your Child Up
For Lifelong Success

World-Renowned Montessori Education And Expert Teachers In A Community You Can Trust

Childcare Center & Private School Serving Huntsville, TX and Walker County

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Proud To Be Part Of The Community Since September 1997

We’re Celebrating Over 25 Years

Preparing Today’s Young Learners To Become Tomorrow’s Promise

If You Work 1st Shift Or Have A Long Commute,

We Open At 5:00 A.M. And Close At 6:30 P.M. at our Old Houston Road location for your convenience

The Montessori Method Helps Children Thrive

Montessori is the only educational method that was developed by a doctor using the scientific method, based on what is best for the child. Maria Montessori stated that there is a sensitive period for each learning phase, especially before the age of 4. These crucial years are when your child builds critical skills and begins to draw conclusions about the world around them.

The 6 Principles Of The Montessori Prepared Environment Enhance Learning

Freedom of movement, freedom of exploration, freedom to interact socially with children of different ages develop your child’s ability to think for themselves. Freedom of choice informs their learning every step of the way.
Structure and Order in the Montessori classroom mean that the placement of materials and the routine are carefully considered. Your child begins to internalize the order surrounding him, thus making sense of the world in which they live.
Montessori environments suggest simple harmony. Uncluttered and well-maintained, your child’s environment reflects peace and tranquility. They know they can come in and “work” comfortably in harmonious surroundings.
Montessori teachers take the children out into nature rather than keeping them confined in the classroom; this is why natural materials are preferred in the prepared environment. Real wood, reeds, bamboo, metal, cotton, and glass are chosen over synthetics or plastics when possible.
Where there is the freedom to interact, children learn to encourage and develop compassion and empathy for others. As children grow together, they become more socially aware, preparing to work and play in groups.

By guiding the child through the five areas of the Montessori curriculum, they have the clarity of structure they need to develop emotionally, physically, and spiritually.   The 5 areas of the Montessori curriculum are:

  • Practical Life
  • Sensorial
  • Language
  • Mathematics
  • Cultural

Celebrating Over 25 Years In The Community & As A Proud Member Of The Huntsville Walker County Chamber Of Commerce!

Safety And Security Measures A Top Priority

Never worry about whether your child is safe with security measures like a chain link fence, closed-circuit cameras, and coded locks on all outside doors where parents must know the code to enter. Your child is safe and secure in a home-like environment so they can thrive.
Teachers Have Over 175 Years Of Experience Teaching Children

Teachers Have Over 175 Years Of Experience Teaching Children

Your child forms lasting bonds with long-standing, experienced, and Montessori-trained teachers with over 175 years of teaching combined, some of whom have been on-site for over 25 years. Maria Montessori emphasized the importance of consistency; your child sees familiar, smiling faces every day and benefits from their expert care.

Open Year-Round. Early Bird Families:

Two convenient locations with different hours to give you the support you need.

Take A Break With Parent's Night Out

Rely On Trusted Care Until 11:00 P.M. The Second Friday Of Every Month

Largest Playgrounds In Town Perfect For Outside Discovery

Your child spends up to three hours outside each day on a large ½-acre shaded playground. They have swing sets and a treehouse, play soccer or basketball, use chalk, and ride tricycles.
Largest Playgrounds In Town Perfect For Outside Discovery

Literacy Is The First Building Block To Lifelong Learning

Reading is at the core of academic success. As your child learns to read, they will progress from learning to read to reading to learn.  That’s why a focus on rich, age-appropriate books during these early years to give them an advantage and love of words.  ​

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library Program Provides over 850 Local Families With A New Children’s Book Every Month

Spanish, Music, And Storytime Expand Your Child’s Learning

Children deserve every opportunity to expand their learning with daily enrichments. Learning gets an extra boost through fun, creative activities including:


Helps your child focus and builds their mind to body connection


Boosts communication skills as they learn new words and sounds

Cultural Knowledge

Opens your child’s mind to the world beyond their community

Storytime and Bible stories

Teach valuable lessons and nurture a natural love of reading

Classroom Bathrooms Support Independence & Hygiene Skills

Classrooms for children 18 months and older have self-contained restrooms and sinks that children use when THEY need to. The ability to toilet and wash on their own schedule helps your child avoid accidents and boosts autonomy and hygiene skills.

Supporting Parents With Reliable On-Site Services

Take advantage of on-site spaces for speech and behavioral therapies. A parenting library and Facebook group are great resources for learning more about early childhood and count on a commitment to care with zero weather-related closures since opening in 1997.

Stay In Touch With Daily Communication Via App

The Brightwheel™ app gives you easy access to incoming notifications and pictures of your child’s special day. Enjoy the peace of mind of a first-hand glimpse into all their achievements and smiles, and communicate directly with their teacher for guidance on how you can support learning at home. 

Helping Families Thrive For More Than 25 Years

A trusted nonprofit brings world-class Montessori education and Christian values to the community to build a brighter future, one child at a time. You can always find the support you need within the classroom, and our dedicated staff proactively nurtures personal connections with parents.

More Than A Daycare: The Child Care & Early Learning Difference

The first 5 years of a child’s life are critical to their development, and setting the stage for successful lifelong learning and growth requires more than a traditional daycare. “Daycare” implies a passive approach to managing or overseeing young children when their parents or guardians cannot. 

Your family enjoys child care and early learning that actively teaches and nurtures your child while assessing their progress and milestones. This engaged, holistic approach to early education gives your child the developmental support they need to become confident, independent learners and well-rounded citizens of the world. 

Come and experience the difference!

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frequently asked questions

Tomorrow’s Promise Montessori Schools, 2801 Old Houston Road: 5:00am-6:30pm

Tomorrow’s Promise Children’s House, 906 10th Street: 6am-6pm

Tomorrow’s Promise Montessori Academy, 1157 Veteran’s Memorial: 6:30-7:30

Montessori is an early childhood philosophy based on creating a social environment that supports each child’s individual development. It’s based on self-directed activity, hands-on education, and collaborative play. In Montessori classrooms, children make creative choices in their learning under teacher guidance.

In 1906, Dr. Maria Montessori, an Italian educator, physician, and scientist, created a childcare center in a poor, inner-city district of Rome to work with some of the area’s most disadvantaged children.

She fashioned a quality educational environment for these children, once thought unable to learn, and made them thrive. 

She saw that the children absorbed knowledge from their surroundings, essentially teaching themselves. She based the approach on her observations that young children learn best in a homelike setting, filled with developmentally appropriate materials that provide experiences contributing to the growth of self-motivated, independent learners.



Yes, We Proudly Support Families Who Qualify For Subsidy

Hear What Parents Have To Say

"Love love love sending my daughter here"
My daughter is not even two yet and she's already using sign language, verbal words, and insisting on being helpful around the house. She is also working on potty training at the school and it makes the training at home so much easier.
Rebecca Matcek
"Thank you for the best experience ever!"
I went to this school ever since I was little and it was the best I've ever been to! I love how sweet the the teachers are and you make friends in there so fast! Thank you for the best experience ever! They teach so much.
Megan Leann Jones
"I love that they teach her things, words, songs, signs, and they do crafts!!"
I have to say that I know my daughter is not the only child in her class but the staff is so great that I feel as if she is the only one and that she stands out in the class! Love love love sending my daughter here.
Becca LightsTheSky

Now Serving You In Three Locations!

Tomorrow's Promise Montessori Schools

Tomorrow's Promise Children's House

Tomorrow's Promise Montessori Academy

How Old Is Your Child?


6 Weeks - 1 Year


1 - 3 Years


3 - 5 Years



Before &
After School

5 - 12 Years


5 - 12 Years