CMMS - Baltimore

Children’s Manor Montessori School – Baltimore/Windsor Mill (Baltimore County)

7105 Dogwood Road
Windsor Mill, MD 21244
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Phone: 410-265-9560
Fax: 410-265-9561
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Administrator: Ms. Julie Putnam

Hours: 7:00am – 6:00pm

Programs Available:
Toddlers (12 – 23 months)
Pre-Primary (2 – 3 ¾ years)
Primary (3 ½- 5 years)
Honors/Kindergarten (5-6 years)*
Lower Elementary (6-7 years)
*Early Admissions to Kindergarten policy varies by location

Our Windsor Mill/Baltimore campus is located on the corner of Dogwood Road and Rolling Road across from the Walgreens, just minutes from Route 70, I-695 and Route 40. It offers a progressive Montessori Method curriculum with emphasis on independent learning. This brand new custom facility features large classrooms with natural light and opens to a playground that inspires outdoor exploration.


“My child has only been a student for 4 months and she has learned so much already. The speciality programs have been great and she continues to grow in many areas.”

“I have seen my son grow a lot over the past year. He loves having hands-on learning. His teacher cares about him and helps him grow as a students as well as a person.”

“I can’t believe that my 1.5 year old recognizes some letters and some numbers, he recognizes shapes and colors, animals and animal sounds, and he even knows some Spanish words, all from the help of his wonderful teachers!”

“My son has been to a few daycare is and I can honestly say that children’s Manor Montessori is actually a perfect school setting and less of a daycare for my son. It has great structure and the teachers take the time with each and every child to help them with their educational needs.”

“The teachers are loving and supporting. I feel so comfortable leaving our son in their hands knowing that they will not only care for him but love him too.”

“I absolutely love it here. My son was born a little premature so he is a little behind, but the teachers take the extra time and patience to deal with his every day needs. I have also seen that the teachers have built a great relationship with not only the children but the parents also. The teachers work really hard with the parents to make sure that all the educational physical and emotional needs are met while keeping the parents choice in mind!”