Montgomery School


Welcome Back!

Whether your experience of Montgomery School includes the beautiful Main Line bricks and ivy campus, or the more recent rolling hills of the farm in Chester County, the heart of the school remains.

Also, many of the traditions continue, as do the basic values of our motto, "Veritas, Pietas, Caritas," or "Truth, Loyalty, and Compassion." You, our alumni, are the foundation of the institution and the ambassadors of what we hope to become. Please participate in the exciting growth and vitality that is, and remains, Montgomery School.

We hope that you will keep in touch with us, or contact us for the first time in years. We are anxious to hear from you. Please drop us a note, or send us an email to let us know what you are doing!


  • Madison Fertell Writing for the University of Delaware Review

    Posted on December 15, 2014

    Madison Fertell '06 has been writing for the University of Delaware Review for the last two school years, where she is a senior and will graduate this winter. Madison writes a column every week for the paper, on a variety of topics. A recent post was about Nick Jonas, which was exciting for her because she was a fan when she was younger, so it was a thrill to meet him in person. In addition, for the past three summers she has interned in New York with her first year at Vanity Fair, and the past two summers with Cosmopolitan working in the "fashion closet" (think about the movie "Devil wears Prada.") Madison hopes to find work at Cosmo or any of the magazines under the Hearst publications. She really enjoys writing and editing and is an English major and Fashion major. Read more here.

  • The Young Americans Visit Montgomery School

    Posted on December 15, 2014

    Montgomery School students spent three days in performing arts workshops with The Young Americans group in November. This was be the third visit from the group, who trains the students in performance techniques. The visit culminated in a school-wide performance by third through eighth grade students.

    The Young Americans group travels the world running workshops and trainings like the one which took place at Montgomery School. The Young Americans were founded in 1962 by Milton C. Anderson, and their mission is, “dedicated to the promotion of understanding and goodwill among people throughout the world through music, dance, performance, academic education and cultural interaction among student members and their audiences.”

    The visit was the result of generous parents who donated funding for the group during the 2014 Annual Benefit as well as a generous donation from the MSCA. Thanks to all these contributors; Montgomery students had the experience of a lifetime as they sang and danced for the community!