Violinist Ed Oxley encourages students to take up an instrument and to keep playing it throughout their lives.
Author: Ann Baumgardner
Appreciating Differences TNS teacher, Johnnye’ White, brought Edward and Lydia Ellis to the school to share stories and music.
As Montessorians, we believe children learn best when they have the freedom to explore, create, and discover on their own terms.
The blacktop just off the front porch of the New School Montessori Mansion served as a perfect surface to demonstrate geometry lessons.
TNSM 3rd grader receives grant to help fund landscaping project at the school.
Fourth graders witnessed birds of prey flapping on their gloved hands as each took a turn to bravely feed a morsel to a hawk.
Twelve New School Montessori 6th graders took a spring tour of Washington, D.C. with their classroom teacher and our school’s director.
New School Montessori 1st, 2nd and 3rd graders planned amazing Valentine’s Day care packages for families currently living at the Ronald McDonald House.
The students’ work brings balance between light and dark elements to create harmony and beauty.