Redeemer Montessori School
“Redeemer Montessori School is committed to educating children in an ideal learning environment based upon Montessori principles which foster independent thinking, creative learning and spiritual well being. We follow the children in the journey of discovery and growth in becoming socially responsible, morally aware, global citizens.”
History of RMS
Redeemer Montessori School was established in 1978 as a small classroom of 5 students. Within 5 years of establishment, the school had grown to 65 students. In 1998, Story Hall, was built and named to commemorate the work of Father Mark and Susan Story. Currently, it houses 1 Toddler House Classroom, 3 Preprimary Classrooms, 1 Lower Elementary Classroom, and 1 Upper Elementary Classroom. In 2013, construction was completed for the addition of the Toddler House along with extracurricular classrooms.
We are a small school of approximately 165 students allowing us to be a very close community. Parents, Students, Teachers, and Administrators form strong connections in support of one another becoming much like an extension of family. Parent Involvement is encouraged at RMS.
RMS celebrates a diverse community. This commitment to diversity is an essential component of a quality education. It encourages compassion for others, empowerment of the individual, and broadens the educational experience of students.
Redeemer Montessori School strives to honor, support, and celebrate the diversity of its children, families, and faculty. Diversity is interpreted in the broadest sense and includes race, language, faith, ethnicity, family structure, sexual orientation, and economic status.