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Accepting Applications for 2020-21

Fall is a great time to visit Greensboro Montessori School in anticipation of enrolling for the 2020-21 school year. Students are settled and fully engaged after a great summer, and our 10-acre campus is alive with activity from our toddlers to teens. We invite you to visit us and experience firsthand why families choose Greensboro Montessori School as their educational partner. We offer tours every Wednesday morning at 9 a.m., and our director of admission is also available for private tours based on your schedule.

Families choose Greensboro Montessori School because our curriculum masterfully blends academic prowess with the development of skills necessary for a lifetime of achievement in a global society. Beginning at 18 months old, our students learn how to work and play in culturally diverse, multiage learning communities. The goal of their academic work is mastery, not test preparation, and their studies are augmented by a wide array of cultural programming. Our Toddlers enjoy weekly music lessons, art lessons, and story time. All students ages 3 years and older in Primary receive weekly lessons in environmental education, library studies, Spanish, visual art, and world music. Beginning in first grade, students take additional classes in physical education, and beginning in third grade, students also receive weekly computer science lessons.

If you’re looking to enroll immediately, it’s not too late to join us for the 2019-20 school year. While some classes are fully enrolled, there is still limited availability for 4-year-olds, kindergartners, and Upper School students (fourth through ninth grades). Contact our director of admission to learn how we can best serve your family.

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Greensboro Montessori School has maintained accreditation with the American Montessori Society since 2004. We also maintain membership with the North Carolina Association of Independent Schools (NCAIS), and accreditation with both the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).

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