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June 1, 2021, marked ONE YEAR of uninterrupted, in-person operation for our students through the global Covid-19 pandemic.
Escuela students had the unique opportunity to help longtime Harwood artist, Mark Horst, complete his public art installation, “Blessing Hands”.
Our line of shirts, onesies, beanies, baseball caps, eco-friendly totes, and mugs feature the classic Escuela Logo and Escuela Peace/Love/Community design. Stock up today and show your Escuela Pride!
Explore everything our thriving campus has to offer in this Instagram Campus Tour!
The curriculum for adolescents, beginning in 7th grade, ushers in a new stage of development. Students’ needs and potential are supported by increasingly sophisticated work, choices, and responsibilities. The two years students spend in Jr. High weave academic research and skills with experiences that connect these emerging adults to the real work of adulthood.
At Escuela del Sol Montessori, our exceptional record of health, safety, and human thriving have encouraged our community to return to campus. How have we done it? Caution, creativity, collaboration and community.
Our Jr. Elementary East students have been captivated by sea turtles. Jr. El students started a campaign to raise money and awareness about the endangered turtles.
Toddler and Primary Summer Camp is a balance of outdoor activity and indoor fun that provides consistency and routine for our youngest students. Summer camp provides a seamless transition from the summer program to the school year.
Let’s compare conventional education to the exploration-based Montessori method of learning. Montessori is a positive, active approach to education that develops self-motivation, self-discipline and critical thinking. What does that mean?
In this episode of our Fireside Chats series, Executive Director Friedje vanGils and incoming Executive Director Kate Chavez talk about why they chose Escuela for their children.