Investing in long lasting, high-impact Montessori
Stonebrook Montessori engages Cleveland’s urban children in high-quality, fully equipped Montessori classroom environments as well as with nature, the neighborhood and each other. The school produces transformative outcomes for children by starting with the very young child and serving the whole family.
A pilot class of 3- and 4-year olds began in March of 2015. By August, Stonebrook opened officially with 3 primaries and 2 elementary classrooms for 95 urban children
ages 3-8. The second year of expansion in 2016 included 4 primaries and 3 elementary classrooms for 155 children ages 3-9. The third year of expansion began with 180 children ages 3-10 and added the upper elementary classroom. With the start of the 2018-2019 school year, Stonebrook has enrolled over 200 students through age 11.
Building on a long history of Montessori education, this solid foundation serves early childhood development and shapes children’s learning patterns for life. Classrooms for the 3-6 age group are part of the public charter school and is supported through public and philanthropic dollars. The school intends to grow to serve children up to age 15 by 2023.
International Montessori Training Institute
The International Montessori Training Institute is committed to the training and support of teachers and specialists who work with adolescents, ages 12-18, through a deep understanding of Montessori principles and practices.
In addition to offering a full two-summer AMI 12-18 Diploma Course, as well as other AMI Certificate Courses, IMTI supports Montessori adolescent practitioners through webinars, blogs, forums, and resources, including support for Anti-Bias/Anti-Racist Education.
IMTI training and professional development creates the opportunity for more adolescent Montessori practitioners around the world.
SUPPORTING CHILDREN AROUND THE WORLD
FREE EDUCATIONAL VIDEOS FOR ALL
Montessori For All cares deeply about helping children unleash their fullest potential. Due to school closings from COVID-19, we began making educational videos to support our children and families at home. We share these videos with all of you so that—together—we can support human flourishing for as many children and families as possible. Please feel free to share these videos with others!
Hershey Montessori Adolescent Community
The Huntsburg Campus of Hershey Montessori School has a working farm, residential house, program barns, bio-shelter and classroom buildings on 97 acres of predominantly wooded land. It is the first farm school model of its kind to fully implement Dr. Montessori's ideas about education for adolescents ages 12 to 18.
Hershey Montessori children come from all over the world and represent a range of socio-economic backgrounds, races, religions and cultures. Because the Hershey Montessori program is tailored to individual developmental needs, students of varying abilities thrive as they learn to live and work together in the community. Parents are welcomed as partners in the ongoing process of preparing their children for life.
North American Montessori Teachers' Association
NAMTA continues to provide schools, teachers, and parents with the support to further Montessori principles and understanding. Our online store offers NAMTA’s rich history of parent education booklets, academic publications, DVDs, and other Montessori publications. School job listings and the online school directory will continue to keep parents and practitioners updated on Montessori schools throughout North America and beyond. Check our homepage regularly for updates and to access the most recent NAMTA Journals in digital format.