Thinking boldly at Montgomery means considering the thoughts less traveled.
Solving creatively at Montgomery means looking past the first answer (or lack of one) that comes to mind.
Leading compassionately at Montgomery means making decisions in someone else’s shoes.
Children’s needs change as they grow, so teachers must understand their students’ developmental paths in order to support their growth.
Montgomery's program helps ensure academic success, social and emotional health, a sense of purpose, and strong character.
Research shows that students in small classes—especially elementary school students—perform better in all subjects on all assessments.
When kids know the joy of being outdoors, they understand their relationship to the environment and their responsibility for its care.
You pay taxes for your local school so why should you pay for a private school? Moreover, once you know it’s worth it, how can you afford it?