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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.

Montessori in the 21st Century

On January 7th, 1907, Dr. Maria Montessori founded the first Casa dei Bambini, or Children’s House, at a tenement on the outskirts of Rome. Since then, thousands of Montessori schools for children from birth through high school have opened in at least 110 countries worldwide. This begs the question, How can an educational method founded over 100 years ago still be rel ...

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Happy New Year!

Congratulations to Lower Elementary student Tory for creating the beautiful artwork used on our New Year's card! His winter landscape, tempera paint and chalk pastel collaged white birch trees, is a study of texture - a little bit Monet with a smidge of Van Gogh thrown in for good measure!

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International Night is Feb. 2!

Save the Date! International Night is our school's celebration of diversity and the lives and cultures of people around the world. Held at Peachtree Road United Methodist Church, beginning at 4:30 pm, the musical program, Together We Sing, will be followed by a buffet-style, potluck dinner. All families are encouraged to attend! Volunteers needed! If you can hel ...

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Announcing The Sandpaper Letter

The Sandpaper Letter is Springmont's new literary and art magazine! Middle School students, guided by Art Teacher Courtney Denis and Middle School Teacher Gretchen Stamps, will be compiling a magazine comprised of poems, short stories, essays and artwork created by students from all grade levels, including Toddler and Primary! The clever title was the brainchild of Mi ...

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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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Accepting Applications Now!

Applications for 2019-20 enrollment are due February 15, 2019.