If you’re curious about Montessori education and openings in our program for children 18 months- 12 years, join us on Zoom for an info session and q&a.
Saturday May 2nd
Toddler (18-36mo): 9-9:45a
Primary (3-6yrs): 10-10:45a
Elementary (6-12yrs): 12-12:45p
Come to the sessions that interest you and find out how MSH can meet your family’s needs.
Zoom links and passwords will be shared closer to the event date.
Feel free to RSVP via our Facebook Event or email Assistant Head of School, Leela Pahl:
Our purpose is to educate children to prepare them for a life of purpose, integrity, and academic accomplishment. We develop independent learners, critical thinkers, and tomorrow’s leaders. Programs offered 18 months through 6th grade.
Our knowledgeable onsite staff will be available to answer all questions you may have about the Montessori Method, available programs, tuition, and the classrooms!
The Open House is Saturday February 8th, 2020 from 9am-12pm on our South Huntsville Campus.
Located at 15975 Chaney Thompson Rd SE, Huntsville, AL 35803
For further details or questions:
Call us at (256) 881-3790
Visit our website at http://www.montessorihuntsville.org
We look forward to learning about your family, and exploring how The Montessori School of Huntsville can help create the brightest future for your child. See you soon!
Introduce your kids to horses, take some cute family photos for the holiday cards, and enjoy some hot cocoa and cider!
$10 for per ride on a horse around the arena
$10 for individual and family pictures that will be sent to each family by email
This event is a fundraiser by Hampton Cove Equestrian Center donating proceeds to the Montessori School of Huntsville! We support experiential learning with animals!
The Montessori School of Huntsville celebrates 54 years of providing Montessori education in the Madison County community Saturday, May 4, 2019.
Join us from 10:00 – 2:00 p.m. at our Huntsville campus located at 15975 Chaney Thompson Rd. We will have field day-themed games and activities for children of all ages!
Current families, alumni, and those interested in Montessori education are invited to attend!
Bring a photo, memento, or letter to enclose in a time capsule to be opened at our next Founders Day celebration in 2022!
Please share photos here for the event slideshow and help capture the exciting story of our school!
Viet Cuisine will provide box lunches for $10 that include your choice of beef, chicken, pork, or vegetarian Banh Mi with chips and bottled water. Preorders only. Click here to preorder your family’s boxed lunch.
With sunshine and warmer temperatures on the horizon, we are scheduling our last few work days to complete the renovation of the Kathy O’Reilly Memorial Garden! Get Involved!
Kathy O’Reilly served MSH for over 23 years as a lead teacher, board member, and the head of school. She is fondly remembered for her generosity of spirit, delight in working with children, and abiding compassion for those in need. The Kathy O’Reilly Memorial Scholarship Fund, dedicated in her honor, provides the opportunity for children from families with limited resources to receive a Montessori education.
In 2010, a memorial garden was installed in front of our Huntsville campus. The garden consisted of several rose bushes surrounding a single crepe myrtle. While it was a beautiful feature on our campus, members of our school community wanted to re-design the garden so that children could participate in caring for the garden and apply Montessori principles of sensory exploration, practical life, and building inner peace.
In 2017, we consulted with Kathy’s daughter, Rachel, to discuss a new vision for the garden. Architect and designer John Vons, Master Gardener Nareatha Studdard, and Renaissance Man Thomas Grey joined the team, working with Rachel to design a space that honored the qualities that brought so much joy to children and families at our school for over two decades.
Kathy was deeply passionate about peace education and sharing her love of cooking with children. With this in mind, the memorial garden took the shape of a beautiful mound covered in sempervivum succulents. The mound will rise nearly three feet in the center, with a river rock path cutting through to a sitting area with a meditation bench and windchimes. Fragrant herbs will be planted around the garden for use in flower arranging, sensory activities, and cooking lessons.
We are thankful to the Jane R. Parks Foundation, the Alabama Bicentennial Commission, Cawaco RC&D, Home Depot, Terrell Blue, Leela Pahl and Tyler Brown for granting funds and in-kind donations to support this project and for countless volunteers who have spent their afternoons and weekends in service to our vision.