Lower El students build words.
Students work independently with didactic materials to learn grammar.
For parents seeking the best education in Greensboro, beginning in the toddler years and extending through elementary and middle school; Greensboro Montessori School is the area’s thought leader in education. GMS has been challenging the conventional factory model of education since 1974 with a personalized Montessori educational experience that intersects with the needs of the 21st century, preparing children for the global age. While conventional schools focus on curriculum, Montessori focuses on the child first.
We are currently accepting applications for the 2015-16 school year. If you would like to learn more about the Greensboro Montessori School and the Montessori method, please contact Rhea Egbert to schedule a tour, firstname.lastname@example.org, 336-668-0119.
Weekly Group Tours on Wednesday mornings at 9am
Accepting Applications for Preschool and Kindergarten for Fall 2015
Register by calling (336) 668-0119 or email@example.com
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At the Greensboro Montessori School, learning is a journey. Our mission is to nurture children to be creative, eager learners as they discover their full potential and become responsible, global citizens. Our teachers and curriculum inspire a joy of learning, academic success, intellectual excitement, creativity, and emotional well-being in each of our students.
Our school is accredited by the American Montessori Society, The Southern Association of Independent Schools and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, now known as AdvanceEd. We offer the opportunity to share more about our school and invite you to visit during our monthly Open Houses to learn more.
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Alexandria, 14, is a freshman at Penn-Griffin School for the Arts. This weekend, though, she will experience being a professional musician. She is in New York City to play in the Honors Performance Series, which includes the performance at Carnegie Hall. The group’s performance will include the finale of Symphony No. 1 by Gustav Mahler and Leonard Bernstein’s West Side Story Overture.
As her bandmates pounded out a rocking waltz rhythm behind her, 15-year-old Natalie Frontera strummed an acoustic guitar while singing an emotionally intense song.
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