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Head of School: Tom McManus

Director of Finance and Operations: James McConnel
Lower School Head: Susan Marotta
Middle School Head: Paulsson Rajarigam
Director of External Affairs: Marianne Kaplan
Director of Enrollment Management: Drew Cocco
Director of Development: Lauren Coy
Director of Athletics and Facilities: Carolyn Blair



34 full and part time teachers (56% with advanced degrees)
Average number of years at Montgomery: 12 years


Grade Range: Prekindergarten through 8th Grade
Total Students: 250
Average Class Size: 13
Student/Teacher Ratio: 7:1

Student Body Racial Diversity: 23%

The Board of Trustees recognizes that diversity is an asset that strengthens the ultimate purpose of education by fostering the essential value of respect and preparing students to live and work in a global community. To that end, the Board published a statement of the School’s Cultural Enrichment Vision, which asserts the following:

Montgomery School is committed to providing a culturally enriching environment that nurtures and celebrates the unique qualities and talents of each student while emphasizing respect, integrity, and inclusivity. The School believes that its community and curriculum should reflect our multicultural and diverse world providing us the opportunity to teach awareness, sensitivity, and the skill of appreciating differences. The School is dedicated to an open community where differences are welcome. Tuition Assistance is available to families with students in Prekindergarten through 8th grade and is based on the family’s financial need, as determined by the Tuition Assistance Committee. The average grant covers 58% of tuition.

Before and After school care is available for students in PreK – 6th grade.
FREE Before and After Care for PreK and Kindergarten.


Recent Montgomery School students have been accepted to the following secondary schools:

The Agnes Irwin School
The Academy of Notre Dame de Namur
Avon Old Farms School
The Baldwin School
Berkshire School
Bishop Shanahan High School
Blair Academy
The Cate School
Church Farm School
Country Day School of the Sacred Heart
Delaware County Christian School
Devon Preparatory School
Downingtown STEM Academy
The Episcopal Academy
Episcopal High School (Alexandria, VA)
Episcopal School of Jacksonville
Francis Parker School
Germantown Academy
The Haverford School
The Hill School
The Hotchkiss School
LaSalle College High School
Linden Hall School
Malvern Preparatory School
The Peddie School
Perkiomen School
Pine Forge Academy
Putney Academy
Proctor Academy
The Shipley School
Villa Maria Academy
Westtown School


60 acre campus
29 classrooms in 10 buildings
Instructional outdoor classroom space featuring wetlands, an indigenous meadow, a quarry pond and Pickering Creek.
2 Makerbot 5th generation 3D printers
SmartBoards or high definition displays in each classroom
10 Ipads and 15 android tablets for student use
Computer technology center including 20 Mac computers
40 Chromebooks for middle school students
Mobile laptop cart with 24 Chromebooks for lower school students
30 laptops in PreK through 5th grades
2 state-of-the-art science labs with 16 laptops in a mobile cart, capable of connecting with a variety of sensors for experimentation
Library with over 7,500 books and online resources
Dining Room that seats 3 grades at a time for family style lunches
Full size gymnasium
5 athletic fields


Pennsylvania Association of Independent Schools (PAIS)
National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS)
Association of Delaware Valley Independent Schools

Education Records Bureau (ERB)
The Enrollment Management Association
Council for Spiritual and Ethical Education (CSEE)