In 1915, the Reverend Gibson Bell founded Montgomery School as a preparatory school serving boys from the first through the twelfth grades. The School was located on Montgomery Avenue in Wynnewood, from which it took its name. In 1943 the School was re-established as a coeducational elementary and middle school. In the summer of 1988, Montgomery School moved to Chester Springs at its current Kimberton Road location. Built on the Beechwood Farm, Montgomery School continues to thrive as a pre-kindergarten through eighth grade, coeducational independent school. Montgomery still focuses on educating children in mind, body and character just as it did in its founding year – 1915.
Montgomery School is founded on solid principles, which are still relevant today, as it prepares students for the interconnectivity of our modern world. Click here for the full school history.
If you want to share your Montgomery experience please contact Allison Stinger, Director of Development.