Kathleen Allden Hits the Ground Running at MIT

By Al Daniel

For all of her athletic achievements, Kathleen Allden is not known to wield a softball or baseball bat. But when she started swinging at STEM, her intended long-term field, the Montessori Community School provided a metaphorical donut-shaped weight for her to hone her prowess and poise.

MCS Families – Sinem Degerli

By Al Daniel

So far, snakes are the Degerlis’ definitive symbol of living out the Montessori Method at home.

International Faculty: Talking Colombia With Ingrid Caudle

By Al Daniel

This Saturday, July 20, marks Independence Day for Ingrid Caudle’s homeland. Much like the United States from Great Britain on July 4, 1776, Colombia declared itself a separate nation from Spain in 1810.

Ned Dibner’s Conception Builds Brighter, Higher-Tech Futures

Ned Dibner’s Conception Builds Brighter, Higher-Tech Futures By Al Daniel Sometimes the Montessori Community School’s greatest effects come to fruition on other campuses. Ned Dibner was merely 13, and one year removed from graduating the Upper Elementary program, when he witnessed what is commonly called “the digital divide” as it relates to American education. During...