Our Danville Montessori School is convenient to Walnut Creek, California. In fact, many busy Walnut Creek parents choose our school for their childcare, daycare, preschool or kindergarten needs because we combine the best of two worlds: first, a best-in-class Montessori-based program for your child, and second, an easy location convenient for “commuters” along the 680 corridor in Contra Costa and Alameda counties. If you live or work in Walnut Creek, use this page to get driving directions to our school and sign up for a “school tour.”
Use the other links to pages on our website to learn more about our Montessori-based programs of preschool, childcare, daycare, and kindergarten. Or just call us – we’re happy to talk!
- Head north on N Main St toward Parkside Dr
- Turn left onto San Luis Rd
- Turn left to merge onto I-680 southbound
- Use the right lane to take exit 38 for Sycamore Valley Rd West
- Use the right lane to turn right onto Sycamore Valley Rd.
- Use the right lane to turn right at the 1st cross street onto San Ramon Valley Blvd
We will be on the right. It’s an easy commute, so if you’re looking for one of the best daycare, childcare, preschool, and/or kindergarten programs in Walnut Creek, you might find that a Danville program best suits your needs.
Learn More about Our Montessori Program
Since we’re convenient to Walnut Creek, California, we have many parents who want not only a quick and easy commute to our childcare, daycare, preschool, and kindergarten programs but also the best possible program for their child.
Use the links below to learn more about our methodology:
- Childcare – learn how the Montessori method works even at the level of childcare.
- Daycare – if you’re looking for daycare, explore your options here.
- Preschool – what happens “before” school impacts your child’s lifelong learning experience.
- Kindergarten – we offer an alternative to state kindergarten, based on the Montessori method, to better prepare your child for 1st grade.
Walnut Creek Factoid
We’re proud of the history of each of the communities we serve, so here’s a factoid on local history.
The Great Western Power Co. brings electricity to Walnut Creek. James Stow and his brother run the first electrical lines to their building on Main Street.
The Walnut Creek Meat Market building (pictured) was built by Fred Lawrence, who operated the butcher shop with his brothers, Joe and Harry. The Lawrence family continued to run the business at this location until 1987.