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Mural, Greensboro Montessori SchoolThe Greensboro Montessori School prides itself in offering a well-rounded, integrated curriculum beginning in the toddler years and continuing through elementary and middle school.  Lessons emphasize the interrelationship and interdependence of all things, and are presented in engaging, multi-sensory ways that challenge and inspire our students.

Life today and in the future demands confidence and innovative thinking.  It requires a person to be able to work both independently and collaboratively; to anticipate problems and to find solutions, tom manage time and resources, and to see the big picture without ignoring the details.  The Greensboro Montessori School nurtures each student to be a creative, eager learner.  Students are acknowledged for their efforts and successes, building the confidence and independence that will position them for success on any path they choose.

“I like the fact that you were allowed the freedom to think outside the box.”  - Francis Wong, GMS Alumni, Class of 2006, 2010 Morehead-Cain Scholarship Winner, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

Montessori has been a life changing experience.  From Primary all the way until now I’ve loved coming to school almost everyday and I never realized why all of my friends from other schools hated going.  This school has been the best experience of my life.” - Allie Allen, GMS Alumni, Class of 2010


We asked GMS parents to share some thoughts about GMS.  This is what they said:

  • The staff and faculty are extremely welcoming everyday when we come in! They know our child and always take the time to speak to her with love and kindness which warms my hear. GMS Parent

  • The daily structure of the classroom and assignments provide my child the opportunity to learn how to manage his time and organize himself. This will be invaluable throughout his life. GMS Parent

  • The knowledge by daughter displays in everything from geography and language to math and science is greater than any school I've seen. She has certainly surpassed me when I was her age! GMS Parent

  • GMS provides an education that is developmentally appropriate and individually tailored for my child. This has provided my child with confidence in his abilities and thus contributed to a love of learning. GMS Parent

  • Fostering the development of knowledge, skills and abilities that will be (and are currently) essential for students and their families in navigating the challenges of adolescence and young adulthood, and well excellent foundation from which to embark and explore! GMS Parent

  • We've always been so happy with the education, mentorship and friendships Soren received from his time at Greensboro Montessori. He has grown into a wonderful young man." Scott Huette, father of Soren Huette, GMS Class of 2007, Winston Churchill High School in Eugene, Oregon Class of 2011.

Teacher Feature is written by GMS Middle School students.  Meet Stacy Cosson - Middle School Science

Stacy Cosson, Greensboro Montessori School 

Q: When were you born? 
A: February 1st
Q: What do you really enjoy about teaching at this school versus others? 
A: I really enjoy how enthusiastic the students are about learning and how it feels like a big family.
Q: Besides teaching, what is your dream job? 
A: I have always wanted to work at Sea World or for National Geographic.
Q: Do you have any funny stories? 
A: Once when I was teaching third grade, we had a snake named Herman.  One day he escaped and the students put up signs about him. We found him three months later in a preschool closet next door and he was extremely skinny.
Q: What is your favorite book/series? 
A: I really enjoyed Life of Pi and The Hunger Games.
Q: What is your favorite color? 
A: Purple
Q: Is there any particular reason you wanted to teach science
A: I really enjoy all the hands on things you do.
Q: What was your favorite subject when you were in school? 
A: Science and English
Q: What is your favorite food? 
A: I love Chocolate and Casseroles
Q: If you had to describe this school in one word, what would it be? 
A: Amazing!

Greensboro Montessori School, Shutterfly

Greensboro Montessori, explore the classroomExplore Toddler Classroom - Toddler Division

Explore Primary Classroom - Primary Division

Explore Lower Elementary Classroom - Lower Elementary Division

Explore Upper Elementary Classroom - Upper Elementary Division

Explore Middle School Classroom - Middle School Division

Explore CASA Classroom - CASA Division



Teacher Feature: Aimee Cutini

Aimee Cutini, Greensboro Montessori School

Q: What is your favorite part about teaching?
A: “Learning something new everyday.”
Q: When did you decide you wanted to be a teacher?
A: “Always knew, but I declined the calling until my first job.”
Q: Why did you decide you wanted to be a teacher?
A: “Because I wanted to continue to learn the rest of my life, and it is one of the ways to do that.”
Q: How long have you been teaching?
A: “2012 is my 11th year.”
Q: What is your favorite book or book series of all time?
A: Book: ”The Great Gatsby” Book Series: “ Harry Potter”
Q: What is your favorite quote?
A: “Those who gossip to you will gossip about you.”
Q: Who is your favorite band?
A: "The Dave Matthews Band"
Q: What is the funniest thing Catherine’s ever done?
A: Whenever Yeah by Usher or Ice Ice Baby by Vanilla Ice comes on she says, “Mommy that’s my jam!”