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Montessori Grace and Courtesy

As we’re sandwiched between Martin Luther King Day and the Inauguration, the importance of thinking globally and acting locally is clear.  For our children, the values they learn come from the behaviors they see around them—not from blogs and tweets. We have such an opportunity to inspire our children with the dream of a kind and inclusive society.

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Summer and Camp Programs are Online!

Click to see summer and camp offerings and discount rates!

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A Beautiful New Year!

I am grateful to everyone in our community who helped make 2016 a joyful and wondrous year at Evergreen School for our children.  From our dedicated teachers and engaged parents to heart-warming festivals, special events and the thrill of learning and discovery each day, we have enjoyed a remarkable year together. 

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Self Directed, Hands On and Collaborative

Montessori education at Evergreen School is based on self-directed activity, hands-on learning, and collaborative play.

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Calm and Organized

Evergreen School offers a calm, organized place to learn and grow, an intimate, caring classroom community, and experienced teachers.

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Natural Learners

We believe children are natural learners, and their curiosity is the engine of discovery.

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Winter Festival 2016

Our theme is Light a Candle for Peace. As we light it together, we are expressing our hope for peace around the world. In places like Aleppo and Mosul, Turkey and Berlin, we hope for peace. We also light this candle for peace in our country.

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Personalized Learning

At Evergreen, we believe that each child should have a personalized learning experience in which the level of challenge is appropriately set for each child. No child is overwhelmed, frustrated or bored by lessons presented.

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Loved and Known

At Evergreen, the relationship between teacher and child is at the heart of a learning. A teacher who knows her students deeply also knows when to encourage them, when to push, and when to hug.

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Why Montessori?

The Montessori approach to educating children is based on what we understand about children’s cognitive, neurological, and emotional development as shown to us through years of research.  Some of the key aspects of our program include:

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