Join hands. Give back. Move forward.

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Becca Moore was so impressed by her son’s experience at MMS that she left her job and joined our staff! The MMS annual fund supports Montessori training for teachers like Becca. CLICK ON THE PHOTO to learn more about Becca and her Montessori journey.

For nearly 40 years, Mountaineer Montessori School has united the community, hand in hand, to create a better future for children, our school… and the world. That tradition was sustained over the past year thanks to supporters like you.

With your help, MMS expanded and elevated educational opportunities for children in our community and offered a model of true education reform for our state by:

 

 

Hand in Hand: Moving Forward Together

Alumnus Clifton Clark says MMS was the only choice when it came to choose a school for their family.

Clifton Clark, an alumnus and board member, says MMS was the only choice when it came to choose a school for his family.

This year’s annual fund campaign is “Hand in Hand: Moving Forward Together.” Contributions enrich every aspect of our community. Your support and generosity will help MMS ensure educational excellence in the year ahead by:

Our campaign goal is $25,000 and we need 100 percent participation from our families and staff to reach it. Tuition does not cover the full cost of the premier Montessori academic and arts program offered by MMS. This helps keep our school accessible and allows the greater community to participate in our educational mission with a tax-deductible contribution.

 

Take our hand

HandinHand_2We invite you to join hands with our 125 students, our faculty, families and friends who are moving forward together, creating the future of education today here in Charleston.  Come along with us…move forward…hand in hand…and help us reach our goal.

Make your online gift today!

 

 

MMS has become a major component of her life, says middle school student Jasmine Phillips. "MMS is special, both in the way it educates and the way that we interact and that's what counts the most."

MMS has become a major component of her life, says middle school student Jasmine Phillips. “MMS is special, both in the way it educates and the way that we interact and that’s what counts the most.”

"There are all kinds of people from all over and I'm friends will all of them," says Chace Boland, a first-year student.

“There are all kinds of people from all over and I’m friends will all of them,” says Chace Boland, a first-year student.

Dina says MMS is the best place for her children to grow into independent, confident young adults.

Dina says MMS is the best place for her children to grow into independent, confident young adults.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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