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Students' natural curiosity is nurtured through hands-on experiences and opportunities to explore the world in inventive ways. A sense of wonder is inspired by class lessons and interaction with the wider world.


In-depth learning experiences allow students to master new concepts and critical-thinking skills, expanding their knowledge and prompting further inquiry.


Interactions with Montessori classroom materials, the natural environment, teachers and peers build confidence, problem-solving skills and wisdom.


Springmont students combine curiosity, mastery and wisdom to pursue the next level of knowledge and understanding, seeing beyond the obvious and immediate to what does not yet exist.

Our Bees Have Arrived!

After months of bee lessons, bee-themed art lessons, and preparations of the apiary and pollinator gardens, Springmont's bees are on campus! Our school is buzzing with excitement!

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River of Words Winners!

Springmont is honored to have three students chosen as State of Georgia River of Words art winners - Jaynanth Gupta and Gabe Wolfersberger are Art Winners and Marina Santos (artwork pictured) won the Dragonfly Award. The contest, open to K-12th grade students, is part of an international environmental art and poetry project begun in 1995 designed to nurture respect an ...

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Drones for Good!

Congrats to Springmont's Robotics Team, the Springbots, who did an amazing job at the G3 Drones for Good competition held at Grady High School. Their drone scored 17 points, and the students’ creative problem-solving project, a hypothetical fleet of drones that could help lead people to food, shelter and medical care after a natural disaster, won 1st prize!

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Bravo! for James & the Giant Peach, Jr.

After months of practice and rehearsals, Upper Elementary students presented this year's musical, Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach, Jr. to a packed house on Friday evening. Congratulations to the students and a big thank you to Music Teacher Carissa Gibson and Springmont parent and choreographer Jan Margaret Llorey for creating such a positive student experience ...

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Why Springmont?

Engaged Learning

Our school culture of engaged learning is built upon an appreciation for the child's sense of wonder, the trust to freely choose one's ... READ MORE

Highly Experienced Faculty

Springmont’s faculty members are highly skilled with an average of more than 15 years' classroom experience. Their dedication to foster ... READ MORE

Visual & Performing Arts

The arts are woven into many areas of study through class lessons, self-study and research enhancements, and self-expression. As an in ... READ MORE

Outdoor Education

Outdoor learning experiences are integral to our curriculum. In addition to hands-on, outdoor opportunities available through our class ... READ MORE

History of Excellence

As the oldest Montessori school in the Southeastern United States, Springmont has provided the highest standard of Montessori education ... READ MORE

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