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The New School’s First Amateur Radio Club

Upper Elementary Students Launch First-Ever Amateur Radio Club Last week Upper Elementary students began an exciting journey of exploration into amateur radio. The curriculum, which dynamically integrates language arts, algebra, physics, geography, meteorology, graphic arts, industrial fabrication, computer science, and social studies into the UE course of study, allows for authentic, interactive, and tangible connections [...]

2020-02-11T13:43:41-05:00By |

Montessori Kindergarten Program

Ultimately, what sets The New School apart is our mission to provide each child with an individualized, holistic program that meets their specific needs. Each child learns differently, has different interests, and develops cognitive and social skills at his or her own pace. By addressing individual needs, our specialized materials, prepared environment, and teaching approach [...]

2020-02-13T14:08:19-05:00By |

Montessori Adolescent Program

The year 2014 not only marks The New School's 30th Anniversary, it is also an important milestone in our history: the rebirth of the adolescent program. Starting in the fall, our programs will expand to include middle school grades 7 through 9. Upper Elementary director Sheldon Clark will coordinate and implement an interdisciplinary and project-based [...]

2020-02-13T14:19:47-05:00By |

International Night 2013

For close to thirty years, The New School has celebrated International Night, an annual festival of culture and diversity. At the beginning of each year, all of our classrooms from Children’s House to Elementary, select a country to study. During the entire year, the students study the culture, geography, and history of their selected countries. [...]

2014-02-02T17:45:10-05:00By |

Higher-level thinking skills in young children

Sometimes it is difficult for parents to decide if preschool is worthwhile. It seems expensive, and how does a parent know if preschool really benefits the child? A new study by the University of Chicago and UNC Chapel Hill suggests that early childhood education is critical to fostering higher-level thinking skills in children as young [...]

2020-03-18T14:16:51-04:00By |

To the Rescue Fall Festival

When? Friday, October 26th Where? New School Montessori Center, Holly Springs Why? To provide our families with a fun evening, raise funds for the school, and to raise awareness for big cat conservation. Last year The New School Montessori Center hosted its first ever fall festival. We established a tradition in which the school celebrates, [...]

2014-02-02T17:38:48-05:00By |

New School News

Need to know the latest news and updates at the school? Frustrated by lost pieces of paper with important news, deadlines, and updates? As part of our website rebuild, now all of our newsletters and important announcements are available for you to access at your leisure. No more worrying about missing events or deadlines! While [...]

2014-02-02T17:39:18-05:00By |

Summer 2012

Our 2012 Summer information is now online! Open only to New School families, our 10-week summer camp offers a traditional Montessori program in addition to engaging and creative activities designed for summer fun! We will be offering programs for infants through upper elementary-aged students. In addition to the regular Montessori program to provide continuity, our [...]

2020-02-11T14:52:38-05:00By |
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