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Rising Science

Thank you to everyone who volunteered at “Rising Science,” our 2018 Science Fair. Our students had a fantastic time and the feedback that they received from our experts will be of great help to them in fine-tuning their future projects. We are so proud of all of our students! Our Elementary and kindergarten-aged Primary students […]

Joy of Service

When you hear the phrase “community service,” you may think of volunteering at a Food Bank or spending a Saturday cleaning up a park or road. You may also think of organizations like the Junior League or United Way, which bring together members to complete large-scale projects for various nonprofits in the community. At St. […]

Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday is an important day of repentance and fasting in the Episcopal Church, as well as many other churches. Most of us who have lived in San Antonio or other cities with large Catholic populations have probably seen people with ash crosses on their foreheads. The imposition of ashes on the heads of the […]

Big Thoughts for Little People

Character education is one of the most important aspects of the Montessori curriculum across all ages. One of our greatest resources for helping children develop a strong moral character is the Bible. It is full of great truths and lessons about being a good person and making God happy when we do the things he […]

Partying at the Italian Feast

We had an amazing time at the Italian Feast this year! A huge thank you to all of our sponsors who made this event possible We also want to thank our fantastic volunteers who helped cook, serve, greet guests, bus tables, tend bar, and basically made sure the whole event ran perfectly! Mike Crawley    […]

Completing the Cycle

As you plan for your child’s future schooling we encourage you to view this video from the American Montessori Society. We hope this video will provide more information about the benefits of having your child stay in a Montessori classroom for his or her pivotal kindergarten year. What is the “three-year cycle”? The three-year cycle […]

Decomp Romp!

Last week, our friends at Mitchell Lake Audubon Center came to visit and talk to our Primary classes about the wonders of decomposition. We learn a lot about the food chain but sometimes we forget about one of the most important links-the decomposers! We often think of decomposers as icky, but they play a vital […]

Celebrating Epiphany

On Sunday, we celebrated Epiphany. This special time commemorates the visit of the three Magi (or Kings) to the Christ child. The three kings followed a star set by the angel Gabriel to guide them to the Baby Jesus. The kings traveled a long way to worship the new King of Kings and bring him […]

Always Learning

One of the best parts of Montessori is that we are encouraged to keep learning and growing, even when we’re the guides. This past Friday, many of our guides traveled to Houston to attend a training session on Positive Discipline. It is the method that we, and many other Montessori schools, use to help our […]