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  • By participating in Service Learning projects students learn how to be contributing members of their community.
  • The Outdoor Learning Program is designed to give students a direct, personal connection to the world around them.
  • The carefully prepared classroom environment allows each student to focus on their needs and abilities.
  • Each student learns to honor themselves and everyone around them through Peace Education.
  • In addition to Academic Skills, students learn Practical Skills which fuels the desire for life-long learning.

Excellence in Montessori since 1985

The Montessori Community School enrolls students aged 18 months through 6th grade offering a uniquely authentic Montessori curriculum.
The Montessori method of teaching aims for the fullest possible development of the whole child, ultimately preparing him for life's many rich experiences.
Montessori Community School's mission is to provide a rich, individualized educational experience, which guides and nurtures the natural unfolding of the whole individual and inspires a lifetime love of learning and peace.

Toddler Program Early Childhood Program Upper Elementary Program
Lunch and snack times are opportunities for students to practice independence and to develop important life skills such as preparation of food, preparation of meal space, table setting, manners, healthy food options, and clean up. We organize different opportunities according to the children's ages to practice these skills.  For example, an Early Childhood or Lower Elementary classroom might ...
Dear Fellow Parents,   Welcome back for another year at Montessori Community School (MCS). And an extra big welcome to our new parents! We are excited for the 2015-2016 academic year!   This year, the Parent School Alliance (PSA) has been restructured to include one (1) representative for the Toddler, Lower Elementary & Upper Elementary age groups, and two (2) representatives for th...
  Along with dancing, the children really enjoyed sliding and bouncing on the inflatables, having their faces painted, and making their own cotton candy.   The buffet was a Taco Bar including tortillas, beans, beef and chicken, guacamole and all of the delicious accompaniments followed by fruit popsicles and ice cream sandwiches. Parents sat in groups on Mexican blank...

"My children have really learned to be independent and how to be responsible for themselves. I think it is so valuable that kids are actively involved in their own learning. They don't just talk about things, they actually go out and experience them."

Parent: Lacey Davis