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Announcing Acorn Park, Rockville Campus

I am  thrilled to share a major announcement that will significantly enhance the outdoor experiences of all of our children and community members. Evergreen is embarking on a major playground renovation, and I am delighted to introduce you to the future heart of our campus—Acorn Park.

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Summer Camp 2024 Announcement

Camp registration is now open. Click here to visit the summer page.

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Evergreen's Historic Wheaton Mural Restored

Historic Wheaton Mural

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Evergreen adds Rockville Campus

We are excited to announce that Evergreen School will open a second Montessori campus in Rockville this summer. We have agreed to acquire Redwood Montessori Academy, located in the academic wing of Living Faith Lutheran Church, at 1605 Veirs Mill Road.  The retirement of the current owner of the school provided us with a unique opportunity that we are thrilled to capitalize on - to expand our presence and to offer Evergreen’s high quality of Montessori education to children at a second location...

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Teacher Spotlight: Liz Duncan, Toddler Lead Teacher

I grew up in Reston, Virginia.   After college I moved to Washington, DC and back in August of 2020 I bought my first house in Hyattsville, MD.   Years ago I was in need of  a summer job and came upon a position at a child care center teaching two-year olds.  I applied for the position and was hired to work in the two-year olds  room.  When I started I thought this would be a passing job, but I absolutely fell in love with the age group.  Everything was so exciting for them; the love they have...

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American Montessori Society Accredited

Evergreen's AMS Accreditation Evergreen has received FULL ACCREDITATION status through the American Montessori Society.  Accreditation signifies that our school meets the highest standards of AMS, the leading Montessori organization in the United States.  Our programs have been recognized for exemplifying the best practices of Montessori schools in regards to pedagogy, curriculum, teacher training and administrative practices.

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Teacher Spotlight: Amilcar Hernandez

I was born in Providence, Rhode Island. I lived in Boston, MA for a few years. I eventually lived in Guatemala for two years. In 2004, I ended up moving back to the U.S. and lived in Silver Spring, Maryland ever since. 

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Teacher Spotlight: Fiola Van Der Meer, Art Teacher & Spruce Room Assistant

I grew up in the Netherlands, in a little town called Wateringen. Wateringen is very close to The Hague, Delft and the North Sea. From very early on, I knew I wanted to be a teacher. I always helped my teachers after school and played school with my younger sister.

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Teacher Spotlight: Wendie Marsh, Redwood Class Lead Teacher

I am originally from Warren, Pa which is a fairly rural area. Then at the end of 3rd grade, my family moved to Cherry Hill, NJ right outside of Philadelphia. I wanted to be a teacher since I was a kindergartner. I remember at the end of 6th grade, I wanted to be an art teacher. Evergreen is a happy place to work. Everyone is friendly and helpful.

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Teacher Spotlight: Josephine Foly, Primary Assistant Teacher

I am from Lomé, the capitol city of Togo and I grew up all over the world. My grand father was a teacher and my uncles were teachers. I wanted to be an educator because I was curious about things around me. I like to know how things work. My favorite things about Evergreen are greeting the children in the morning. I like working at Evergreen Montessori School because I can be my authentic self without a judgment. The staff cares about my well being. I am married for 30 years to my husband and...

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