Address: 10 Market Street, Camana Bay, Grand Cayman
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Key Contact: Jeifrene Small/Traci Bradley
Established: September 2014
Inspection Date: February 2019
Overall Rating: Good
Type of School: Private, Independent
Number of Students: 95
% Caymanian Students: 50%
Number of Teachers: 11
Number of Support Staff: 5
Student-Teacher Ratio: 8.6 : 1
Student-Staff Ratio: 5.9 : 1
- Toddler (18 months-3 years): Mornings $10,850 / Lunch Bunch $11,450 / Full-Day $12,750
- Casa (3-6 years): Mornings $10,500 / Lunch Bunch $10,950 / Full-Day $11,150
- Lower/Upper Elementary (6-12 years): $11,250
OES Inspection Reports:
- Many of Cayman’s teachers ‘exhausted’, ‘burnt out’ by COVID pandemic (April 8, 2022) - Teaching in the Cayman Islands during the COVID-19 pandemic has been, in a word, ‘exhausting’. Many of the country's teachers say their current workloads are simply not sustainable, according to school inspectors' reports.
- Village Montessori attendance remains high, students make progress through pandemic (February 14, 2022) - Attendance has remained high at Village Montessori and students have continued to make progress. However, school leaders said recruiting staff is difficult and questioned if government officials took education into account when creating national policies.
- Inspection results: Comparing Cayman Islands preschools (January 6, 2021) - These 2 infographics show the inspection results for Early Childhood Care and Education Centres, as well as schools that offer 'Early Years' education.
*Editor’s Note: Information sources include Office of Education Standards, Office of Auditor General, school website, communication with school, and/or other sources such as Cayman Parent or Cayman Resident. We strive to keep information as current as possible (i.e. tuition, number of students, etc.) but this is subject to change. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with comments, corrections or updates.*Last Updated on 1 March 2021