Category: Latest Posts

  1. Developing Concentration: Our Montessori Work Cycle

    Elena Barbre • Friday, Feb 3 at 2:50 PM • Primary – Hampton Cove One of the most important goals of a Montessori education is helping children develop their ability to concentrate. I invite you to read the article below, excerpted from this month’s American Montessori Society newsletter for families, for an excellent overview of the importance of concentration… Continue Reading »
  2. Respectful Parenting is Not Permissive Parenting

    Becky Spooner  * Toddler Lead Guide HC – Respectful Parenting is Not Permissive Parenting The following piece is from Janet Lansbury.  I love her stuff and first learning about here when I was going through my Montessori training.  I enjoyed reading this article and hope you all will too.   There are two extreme approaches… Continue Reading »
  3. Infant and Caregiver Program Registration is Open!

    The Montessori Mornings Infant and Caregiver program registration is open for upcoming Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 sessions! Space is extremely limited. Montessori Mornings is a guided family education program for infants 6 weeks to 18 months of age with a parent or caregiver. Sessions meet for nine weeks Thursdays and Fridays from 8:30-10:00 in… Continue Reading »
  4. Upcoming Admissions Events

    Open Grounds Day – March 26th Visitors can sign up to explore the outdoor spaces of the MSH South Huntsville Campus for this public event. School is not in session this day and visitors may sign-in at the front awning and then explore our grounds and outdoor classroom spaces. A member of the MSH admission… Continue Reading »
  5. MSH Commitment to Anti-biased Antiracist Practices

      “Either education contributes to a movement of universal liberation by showing the way to defend and raise humanity or it becomes like one of those organs which have shriveled up by not being used during the evolution of the organism.” Dr. Maria Montessori, The Formation of Man The Montessori School of Huntsville affirms our… Continue Reading »