Montessori Country School is undergoing some exciting changes, perhaps the most profound in its 45-year history. We embarked on the Opening New Doors Capital Campaign in May 2014 with the goal to unify the Early Childhood and Elementary programs on our Arrow Point Campus and to broaden educational opportunities. The project focused on building two new preschool classrooms, an elementary building, an art-education studio, a community building, and outdoor learning spaces. The expanded 4.5-acre campus is designed to serve 145 students from infancy- 6th grade.
Because of our generous supporters, MCS was able to raise nearly $2.8 million dollars to make the dream of one campus a reality. Construction began in the spring of 2017, and the new buildings will open in the fall of 2017. The design of the buildings reflects the natural beauty of our forested property while adhering to sustainable, green building practices. The expanded campus will allow MCS to support more families and students by providing high-quality Montessori education focused on joyful learning .
Due to the nature of the large project, and time constraints, the project was partially financed. If you would like to support this project and our students by contributing to the outdoor learning spaces, playground, or landscaping click here, or contact Annie Hodges, Development Director.
The Opening New Doors Campaign was a success because of YOU!
Our school received incredible support from our MCS community of alums, current families, grandparents, and friends. This project would not be possible without the support and dedication from our MCS family.
In addition, we would like to thank the following people for their guidance, leadership, and effort during the campaign:
MCS Board of Trustees
MCS Capital Campaign Cabinet
Campus Design Team
Russell Hamlet, Principal*
David W. Browne, P.E., Principal*
Adam Wheeler, P.E., Principal
Kelsey Laughlin, P.E., LEED AP
Catherine Micaud, Principal*