Montgomery School

Welcome Parents

Our mutual goal is the highest level of excellence in your child's education, as well as a strong foundation for life. 

Thank you for entrusting us with your child’s education as we further your child’s development in the areas of mind, body, and character. We take our charge seriously, and we ask you to partner with us in this worthy endeavor. Children are affected by many variables in their growth, and our success depends on the strength of our mutual cooperation. We are committed to making your child’s school years happy and productive as we work with you to set a strong foundation that will affect his or her health and well being for a lifetime.

Your expected participation in the education of your child is one of the many differences that you will find in independent education. We support your interest as we form a strong partnership with you. Our mutual goal is the highest level of excellence in your child’s education, as well as a strong foundation for life. To that end, we encourage and welcome your active participation as a member of the community. You may participate in several significant ways including:

  • Staying in touch with your child’s teacher/s and/or advisor and attending scheduled conferences
  • Communicating your needs and expectations
  • Being an active participant in the Montgomery School Community Association (MSCA)
  • Volunteering to help at school in various ways

Thank you for choosing Montgomery School for your child’s education. We look forward to working with you!

Parent Communications


  • Student Senate Helped at Golf Outing

    Posted on October 1, 2014

    Members of the newly elected Student Senate helped during registration for the Montgomery School Gresh Memorial Golf Classic!

  • Eighth Grade Chapel Program

    Posted on October 1, 2014

    To begin the school year, eighth grade science students are given a challenge to come up with a device that will time a perfect minute. A broad range of imaginative timers were tested in school during science class. First, each student explained how they engineered their device. Next, they tested it with a stopwatch. Finally, they analyzed the results.

  • 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.

  • Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches

    Posted on September 22, 2014

    We love hands-on science! Our second grade students had lots of fun learning about the lives and habitats of Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches. The excitement was palpable!