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!


  • Mommy and Me at Montgomery, Friday 10/3, 10 AM

    Posted on September 30, 2014

    Attention Montgomery families with preschool age siblings. We have a fun program for your little ones, too! Mommy and Me at Montgomery is a free story time and gymnastics program for preschool age children and their parents at Montgomery School. Join us tomorrow (Friday October 3) and select Fridays throughout the school year for a “Tumble Tots” Gymnastics Program and one-on-one story time hosted by Montgomery School’s 4th grade students. We will meet in the Bennett Hill Library from 10-11 AM. Feel free to bring friends with young children. See the attached flyer for more information.

  • Support Montgomery School at the 12th Annual West Chester Chili Cookoff, Sunday 10/12 at Noon

    Posted on September 30, 2014

    Get your tickets now for the 12th Annual West Chester Rotary Chili Cookoff. Montgomery Science Teacher David Kline and Montgomery’s own Chef Steve will be cooking up 25 gallons of their award winning “Screaming Herons Championship Chili” again this year. We won 1st place in our division and 2nd place overall last year out of 75 teams, but we can’t do it without votes from our community members. Click here for more information and to purchase advance tickets.

  • Ryanna Neuman Visits Tanzania

    Posted on September 2, 2014

    Ryanna Neuman ‘13 spent time this summer at the Rift Valley Children's Village in Tanzania, Africa. Ryanna studied the Rift Valley Children’s Village and homeless children in Africa for her Make a Difference project in eighth grade when she wrote, “Homeless children live on the streets every day with nothing. Places like the Rift Valley Children’s Village, and other organizations in Africa, help support the children in need by finding them a home that will truly care for them.” Ryanna kept a blog during her visit this summer.

  • Gabrielle Harrison '12 Publishes a YA Novel

    Posted on September 2, 2014

    Gabrielle Harrison ‘12 just published her first YA novel, "Something About Peonies," by Elle Christene, on sale through From the Amazon description, “Something About Peonies is a new YA fiction novel written by up and coming young author Ellie Christene. 119,362 words and 316 pages long, it tells the story of Cat Riddle, a not-so-typical teenage girl who goes through a pretty typical experience.”