Four of this year’s National Merit Semi-Finalists got their start at MMS. The 2012 GW Class President attended MMS through sixth grade. In 2010, four of the eight GW National Merit Scholars, and the class president, were MMS alums. Do you think we’re on to something here?
What started as a school carnival has grown into the biggest family event of the season! Our volunteer committee has done an amazing job creating an entirely new event that will offer something for every member of your family. Come early and plan to spend the afternoon with MMS at SUNDAY FUNDAY, September 29, noon to 5:00 p.m. on the lawn at the University of Charleston. Read more here from an article in the Charleston Gazette: MMS, UC Present SUNDAY FUNDAY and this one from Kanawha Valley Neighbors: Mountaineer Montessori staging SUNDAY FUNDAY this weekend.
A growing number of families are turning to MMS as a preferred alternative to one-size-fits-all education. In an article titled “Mountaineer Montessori’s Method,” the Charleston Gazette recently reported on the jump in enrollment at MMS (up 20%),our Head of School Dana Gilliland and the aspects of Montessori education that help a child fulfill his or her unique potential. We’re delighted to have the chance to share the MMS story and a little bit of the Montessori magic with our community.
Did you see today’s Charleston Gazette opinion column titled by “How to improve education“? Written by MMS mom JoEllen Zacks, it’s a must read for all parents and everyone concerned about quality education.
We’re only four days away from the biggest family event of the season: SUNDAY FUNDAY! As a reminder, t-shirts are for sale for only $5 for MMS families and friends. You can also purchase inflatable wrist bands and tickets for carnival games in advance.