Lighting the fire of curiosity


Spark Studio is designed to build the math, reading, self-regulatory, and social skills needed for success in the highly independent Elementary Studio, or wherever their journey takes them next.

Our Eaglets help establish the rules in their Studio and attend weekly Town Hall meetings to identify, discuss, and vote on issues that affect them. They practice basic goal setting and complete challenges at their own pace to earn learning “badges” in math, reading, and citizenship. The rest of the time, they learn through exploration in a series of hands-on project Quests and present what they’ve discovered at an exhibition at the end of each Session.

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Interested?

We are accepting applications for students ages FOUR to FOURTEEN .


At Acton Academy Lahore, we follow the key principles of a Montessori education:   1. A deep respect for the child as a unique individual as the cornerstone of all the other principles  2.  Three-hour work cycle  to deepen learning and improve focus, concentration, and attention span  3. Mixed-age groupings to allow for peer-to-peer learning, leadership opportunities and mixed-age socialization  4. Freedom of movement and independent choice  5. Focus on five key areas of learning, including practical life, sensorial, mathematics, language, and culture  6. Experiential learning, investigation, and research, through the use of authentic Montessori materials, spread out throughout the space and divided by key area  7. Focus on educating the whole child, including physical, spiritual, social, mental, and emotional education  8. Emphasis on peace, the community, mutual respect, and a global perspective, including learning peaceful conflict resolution skills

At Acton Academy Lahore, we follow the key principles of a Montessori education:

1. A deep respect for the child as a unique individual as the cornerstone of all the other principles

2. Three-hour work cycle to deepen learning and improve focus, concentration, and attention span

3. Mixed-age groupings to allow for peer-to-peer learning, leadership opportunities and mixed-age socialization

4. Freedom of movement and independent choice

5. Focus on five key areas of learning, including practical life, sensorial, mathematics, language, and culture

6. Experiential learning, investigation, and research, through the use of authentic Montessori materials, spread out throughout the space and divided by key area

7. Focus on educating the whole child, including physical, spiritual, social, mental, and emotional education

8. Emphasis on peace, the community, mutual respect, and a global perspective, including learning peaceful conflict resolution skills