Ideal learning environments for child development
The mission of our school is to provide ideal learning environments for each stage of a child’s development, adhering to the highest standards of Montessori education.
Friday, March 1st - Elementary Dessert Day
Tuesday, March 5th - Visitors' Day
Tuesday, March 5th - Montessori Model United Nations (MMUN) Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser
Sunday, March 10th - Open House
Wednesday, March 20th - 23rd - Jr. High MMUN NYC trip
Monday , March 25th - 31st - No School, Spring Break
Tuesday, April 2nd - Visitors' Day
Thursday, April 4th - 2nd grade field trip to Monticello
Monday, April 8th - No School, Parent/Teacher Conferences
Tuesday, April 16th - 1st grade field trip to Mt. Vernon
Friday, April 19th - April 22nd - No School
Thursday, April 25th - Kennedy Center field trip
Tuesday, May 7th - Visitors' Day
Friday, May 10th - Vines & Steins Auction Fundraiser
Sunday, May 19th - Open House 1:00-3:30pm
Friday, May 24th - Whole School Graduation - End of School
We offer a community of possibilities
Meticulous care is taken to design and maintain our indoor and outdoor environments so that students can realize their fullest potential – socially, emotionally, and academically. Children are supported in their own process of self-construction by adults who care.
Community of confidence and purpose
Ours is a learning community where students thrive independently yet work cooperatively, empowered by a sense of confidence and purpose. Staff and parents support and inspire each other forging lasting relationships that contribute to everyone’s success and happiness.
Ideal learning environments
Our school provides ideal learning environments for each stage of development from infancy through adolescence. Our campus is located on five wooded acres, allowing children daily opportunities to explore the natural world.
Teachers and staff are deeply committed to education that guides children to become joyful, lifelong scholars and engaged, responsible citizens of the world.
Learning beyond the walls of the classroom
We encourage our students to interact with the world around them including their peers and teachers, as well as students in other classes and programs in the school. We connect them with the environment beyond the walls of our buildings and into the community that surrounds us. As the students grow and become aware of the world as an extended classroom, we encourage and facilitate observations and discoveries of surrounding counties, metropolitan cities and other states.
Experience our community
Come visit our beautiful classrooms
Our admissions director Jessica is ready to schedule your tour and a class observation. Mountain Laurel offers open enrollment. Families can apply for admission any time of year.