Connecting through Community
The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members. Coretta Scott King
A school community, like a family, should support children in all the ways they are learning and growing. Program, resources, and facilities should exist to raise up their voices and elevate their potential to be essential community members—both at school and in life.
With daily opportunities to stretch their capacity for growth, Montgomery students are always discovering more about themselves and the world around them. Whether it’s the relationships that develop between teachers and students during Family Style Lunch, the confidence that comes from presenting at Chapel, or the empathy that comes from mentoring younger students in the Buddy Program, students are developing and practicing critical foundational skills every day—both in and out of the classroom.