Sophie takes pride in her work

Sophie, a New School Montessori kindergartner, learned a lot about physics, determination and pride in her work as she juiced an orange.  In just 3 minutes and 17 seconds, you can observe (in the video below) as Sophie discovers on her own that: It is easier to apply pressure when standing directly over the orange rather than sitting. Twisting works better than just pressure alone. You get more juice if you reposition the orange half every so often. Placing one hand on top of the other allows for more concentrated compression on the orange. All-in-all, Sophie taught herself a lot …

TNSM’s Shakespeare Club Performed

The New School Montessori’s after-school Shakespeare Club, led by director Jeff Groh and (9-12) teacher Laura Slanker, has been working hard all year to bring to our community and to our city their presentation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The students performed for our TNSM community last night and this morning. They will entertain students from other schools later this month and will be the first performance for Project 38 at noon on April 12 at Memorial Hall. We are so proud of the students’ commitment to their vision and for the tremendous amount of work they have given toward this …

New School Montessori’s Shakespeare Club Performs

The New School Montessori’s after-school Shakespeare Club, led by director Jeff Groh and (9-12) teacher Laura Slanker, has been working hard all year to bring to our community and to our city their presentation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The students performed for our TNSM community last night and this morning. They will entertain students from other schools later this month and will be the first performance for Project 38 at noon on April 12 at Memorial Hall. We are so proud of the students’ commitment to their vision and for the tremendous amount of work they have given toward this …

Liam uses the Montessori Hundred Board

Liam is proud to have finished the Montessori Hundred Board. This work not only helps children learn to count to 100, but also helps with number recognition, number sequencing, and finding patterns.

Narvis uses the Stamp Game to add numbers

Using the Montessori Stamp Game, kindergartner Narvis is moving from concrete to abstract concepts with the introduction of the addition symbol and writing the added-up numbers in the units, tens, hundreds and thousands columns. All the while, Narvis is able to see and count the physical tiles that the written numbers in her problem represent.

Open House on April 22

We’re excited about our upcoming open house on Sunday, April 22 from 2-4 p.m. Children are encouraged to explore the Montessori materials in the classroom, to tour the building with you and to meet with parents and staff. We hope to see you there! We also encourage you to schedule a personal tour where you may observe classes in session, join us for lunch and meet our staff. For more information or to arrange a personal tour, please contact our Admissions Director, Ceara Comstock 
513-281-7999 We invite you and your child to experience a truly joyous and nurturing environment at …

Click to Sponsor a Student

The New School Montessori is excited to host a walk-a-thon circling our beautiful campus. We’re all walking – from preschoolers to sixth graders, and we hope you’ll sponsor us as we raise funds for our school. Please print a copy of your online PayPal or credit card transaction as a record for your tax purposes. We appreciate your tax deductible contribution but will not be able to print a tax letter for you. The online donation form below sometimes takes a few moments to load…

Walk-a-thon April 20, 2018

The New School Montessori is excited to host a walk-a-thon circling our beautiful campus. We’re all walking – from preschoolers to sixth graders, and we hope you’ll sponsor us as we raise funds for our school. Please print a copy of your online PayPal or credit card transaction as a record for your tax purposes. We appreciate your tax deductible contribution but will not be able to print a tax letter for you. The online donation form below sometimes takes a few moments to load…

Preschoolers learn about the solar system

Preschooler Liam is working on aligning the planets as part of his work and study of the solar system. Students consult a control book, showing how the planets travel around the sun and discover that some are surrounded by a ring of dust particles or ice crystals.