Children are often told what they should do, rather than what they can do. Shifting that philosophy from directive (should) to open-ended (can) is at the heart of the Montessori Method of teaching. Rather than being told what to do, children are granted independence to pursue their unique, personal interests, inspiring a love for learning … Read more Amazon, Google and the royal family. Is the Montessori Method the secret sauce to success?
It is a pleasure to introduce James Taylor, a seasoned and talented independent school teacher and administrator who will join MSR this summer as Head of Middle and Upper Schools. A native of Vermont and currently serving in several capacities at Verde Valley School, a boarding/day school in Arizona, James is a gifted teacher and … Read more Introducing James Taylor—New Head of Middle and Upper Schools
The Montessori School of Raleigh now offers two merit based scholarships for incoming Upper School students. One scholarship is for the International Baccalaureate Programme and the other is for character and academic achievement. Read below to learn more about both of these amazing scholarships. The International Baccalaureate Merit Scholarship The International Baccalaureate Merit Scholarship recognizes … Read more MSR Merit Scholarships
This is the second in the series of six articles that WRAL.com is publishing about The Montessori School of Raleigh. This article investigates what you need to know if you are considering IB or AP for your student. Click here to read the second article. Please click here to read the first article “7 ways … Read more Considering AP vs. IB for your student? What you need to know