This video is about the threads of learning that weave throughout our entire curriculum. This is another installment in The Montessori School of Raleigh’s video series highlighting MSR’s complete course of study that integrates real-life learning into every subject area and every subject area into real-life learning.
See below for more videos from the Real-Life Learning Works series.
The Montessori School of Raleigh’s video series highlighting MSR’s complete course of study that integrates real-life learning into every subject area and every subject area into real-life learning. This week’s video is about the first lessons of a new year.
NBA superstar Stephen Curry, and his remarkable family, tell us how a Montessori education has helped shape their outlook on life in an exclusive interview, filmed at the Christian Montessori School at Lake Norman where Stephen’s mother, Sonya Curry, is the head of school.
MSR’s future Upper School will be located on our Brier Creek campus amidst 40 acres of forest, streams, and wildlife in southern Durham County. This campus will provide students the care, support, and freedom to be themselves. It means more space, more masterful teachers, more experiential learning, and more opportunities to collaborate across grade levels.
Green learning “collaboratories” and environmentally unobtrusive learning stations throughout our 40 acres will allow students to benefit from both indoor classroom and outdoor learning opportunities through environmental awareness, scientific field studies, community service, and other forms of outdoor education.
The Upper School will emphasize the deep integration of academic subject matter, student-directed and student-paced learning, practical life skills, social and emotional intelligence, and other real-life learning by providing:
A college counseling program that intentionally prepares students for application and admission to a range of best-fit colleges and universities.
Extraordinary opportunities for collaborations and real-world internships.
Hands-on experience and exposure to a diverse range of art and music forms and materials.
A robust, competitive athletics program, with plans to add new teams to our lineup, including boys’ and girls’ lacrosse and tennis and girls’ field hockey.
Visit the Academics section of our website to learn more about our full range of programs or schedule a visit today!
Punxsutawney Phil the Groundhog didn’t see his shadow. That means that warmer weather is right around the corner, which makes it perfect to start thinking about summer! Visit our SummerScape page to browse our online catalog and read all about the incredible line up of camps for SummerScape 2016! We have plenty of NEW and exciting offerings and some of your favorite tried and true camps to choose from. We can’t wait to enjoy a summer of fun and learning at The Montessori School of Raleigh!
Welcome to a new video series highlighting the real world skills our students learn every day at The Montessori School of Raleigh. In this series, you will meet professionals from the worlds of business and academia who regularly hire employees and work with students. Find out what they look for in order to distinguish the ordinary candidate from the extraordinary new hire or student. Our first video was an interview with Jenny Rasch, the Coordinator of Advising with the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at North Carolina State University. Our second video features Keith Shepherd and Natalia Luckyanova, the co-founders of Imangi Studios, who developed the popular mobile game app Temple Run.
The Montessori School of Raleigh hosted a Mini Triathlon to benefit The Jimmy V Foundation. WNCN’s Sean Maroney, ABC 11’s Steve Daniels and WRAL Go Ask Mom blogger Sarah Hall competed with our students in a fun race. Applebees and the Apple Gold Group donated $500 to The Jimmy V Foundation on behalf of the winners — WNCN’s Sean and MSR’s Diana!