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Washington Montessori School congratulates the members of the Class of 2018 for their high school acceptances and decisions. WMS is committed to helping children thrive academically and socially not only while they’re our students, but also when they move on to high school. It is important for us to help our students find their perfect match when it comes to high school so that they may continue to grow and mature as students and as individuals. In the past, our students have gone on to a variety of schools. Including local public schools, the list of schools attended by WMS graduates in the last five years includes:


 

 


Washington Montessori School is an engaging and substantive academic environment supported by a deeply-rooted and diverse community of families and educators. Our students learn to recognize their individual and collective potential, develop thoughtful approaches to learning, and choose paths to responsible and fulfilling lives. Read our entire Statement of Purpose


We know our students will become adults in a world radically different from the one in which many of us grew up. Their lives will be full of surprises, demanding dexterity and perseverance. In our minds, there is no greater responsibility to our children than to prepare them for this unpredictable future. That is exactly what Washington Montessori School has been doing for more than a half a century. Read more.


We’ve compiled this list of Montessori-related media as a resource for both current and prospective families seeking to learn more about the Montessori Method. See the list.


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Despite an early season marked by challenging weather—and therefore limited outdoor practice time—the WMS Polar Bear tennis team opened its match play with decisive wins over Dutchess Day and Rumsey. See tennis pictures and read about the WMS Track team.


 

Upper Elementary students shared their research and projects on the Inca, Maya and Aztec people with the rest of the school community. See more pictures.


From capybaras to capoeira, the Lower Elementary students shared their South America research and projects with the WMS community this morning. See more pictures.


Our 6th & 7th Graders began their study of astronomy with a special visit from Slooh and a crew from Fox 61 News. See the feature.