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"Our mission is to direct each child towards meeting his or her own needs within a prepared environment that encourages independence, respect, and self-sufficiency.

Our goal is to create for each child within a nuturing enviroment overseen by AMI trained staff - a philosophy of learning which will enable him or her to confront higher conceptions and meet the needs of development as well as provide as education for life".

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Summer School Schedule


Our summer school is held for current and newly enrolled parents only. 

The schedule for summer school appears below.


Primary Summer School with Ms. Jayna will be the weeks

of June 16-20, June 23-27, July 14-18, and July 21-25. 

Arrival time is 8:30am, with dismissal at 12 noon. 

Cost is $185 per week.

A few openings are still available.

Please contact the office via email if you wish to attend.


Elementary Art Camp with Ms. Rebecca will be the weeks of 

July 14-18 and July 21-25. A few openings are still available the week of July 14-18.

Please contact the office via email if you wish to attend.

Arrival time is 8:30am, with dismissal at 12 noon.


School uniforms are required for Summer School. School t-shirts and PE shorts are acceptable.

Art camp attendees should bring a large shirt or smock to protect clothing.

Calendar for the 2014- 2015 School Year


Click here for a .pdf file of our calendar.



Relay for Life Westshore


Thanks to all who helped us reach (and surpass) our fundraising goal for Relay for Life!

We had a wonderful turnout and several us lasted until 4:30am! 


The 9-12 class did a wonderful job creating and selling Rainbow Loom charms and bracelets as part of our fundraiser! You may see them out during the car line selling their few remaining creations. Well done class!


Many thanks for your support! Sincerely, Ms. Amanda




Please click on the link below to find out how you can help defeat this terrible disease!




New York State Education Commissioner sends daughters to Montessori


Updated: Thursday, August 29 2013, 10:42 AM EDT Rochester, N.Y. – New York State Education Commissioner John King does not send his daughters to public school. Instead, King has them enrolled in a private Montessori school. King addressed this placement at a news conference in Rochester Wednesday. He was asked if his decision to have his daughters attend a private school makes him the right leader to roll out the new Common Core Curriculum. “Montessori, like many non-public schools, participates in the state assessment system, but what matters is the caliber of instruction,” King said. “In many ways the Montessori school has many of the instructional practices that the Common Core emphasizes, so the focus, for example, on problem solving and mathematics that you see in the Common Core is very similar to the problem solving model you see in Montessori.”  

Read More at: http://www.13wham.com/news/features/featured/stories/nys-ed-commissioner-sends-own-kids-private-school-1030.shtml

 Spring Newsletter





Our Spring Newsletter for 2014 has been published.

Printed copies went home with students prior to Spring Break.

Please click here to see our .pdf version online.



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