The Montessori School (TMS) is located on seven acres in Dresher, Upper Dublin Township, PA. TMS is a Toddler through 6th grade independent, Montessori school, accredited by the Pennsylvania Association of Independent Schools (PAIS). TMS is dedicated to providing an authentic Montessori education for young children and welcomes inquiries from those who are dedicated to educating young children. Our community includes nine lead Montessori Guides, all credentialed by either AMI or AMS, and a staff of about 25.
We invite you to visit Teach Montessori as a source for learning more about Montessori education and teacher training.
Interested in taking your teaching practice to a new level?
– Email your Cover Letter with your Resume attached.
– Send to Laura Stulb, Head of School / firstname.lastname@example.org. (No phone calls, please.)
Non-discrimination Policy & Diversity / Equity / Justice
The Montessori School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability in its programs, activities or employment practices.
The Montessori School believes that full educational excellence requires a diverse community. We are committed to creating an environment that fosters peace, embraces diversity and encourages a diverse population. Our goal is to promote inclusion and collaboration, supporting an environment of openness where the exchange of ideas is appreciated and encouraged.
Multicultural education is an integral part of the Montessori philosophy. Our curriculum respects the individuality of each child, creates a community of cooperation and nurtures a sense of wonder and curiosity about our differences. We honor and actively explore the varied backgrounds and cultures in the world. Students are encouraged to appreciate different perspectives, identify and reject stereotypes and prejudices, and work for equality and justice within the school and the world.
TMS enjoys a diverse community of students, families and staff, and supports differences of gender, race, religion, family structure, socio-economic level, age, sexual orientation, and learning style. We strive to maintain a collaborative environment rooted from the sharing of experiences, ideas and unique qualities that each of our members brings to the school. Our goal is that through these efforts, each member of our community will feel valued and understood.