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K-8
Public charter
Tucson, AZ
Students enrolled: 208

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12051 E. Ft. Lowell
Tucson, AZ 85749

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(520) 749-6087
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September 27, 2013
This is our second year at Hermosa, with a child in pre-K and another in early elementary. After an initial adjustment period, we are all very happy with the school. Our preschooler has grown by leaps and bounds. Our second grader has had some pretty significant issues with her performance level--Her teachers identified the concerns right away, and we were met with a caring and knowledgeable multi-disciplinary team and timely and appropriate services. The staff at Hermosa has a long history of attention to seeing the child holistically and stays in touch with current brain and educational research in order to assure their teaching methods are effective -- The parent community is intelligent, involved, and supportive. This is a school environment that is true to all that is wonderful about Montessori and a fabulous school for so many reasons...

- submitted by a parent
July 22, 2013
I am actually a student of Hermosa Montessori and this year I will be attending 8th grade. My school is quite unique compared to other schools and isn't for everybody and sometimes it can be challenging completing work, but that only happens if you don't try or open your mind to this style of work and teaching. My teachers teach a year above our grade level so all of the students, including myself, learn above the standard. That might be another reason why people find it challenging. The only problem I have with this school is some of the teachers in the Middle School, which I am currently attending. The teachers at the Middle School are somewhat rude and lazy (slow, if you will). One of the teachers actually left the school to pursue a different carrier leaving us with a rude teacher, a slow teacher, and a new teacher who is hopefully really good as a teacher. Another problem I have with the school is that everyone just seems to retire or leave including the students. Other than that Hermosa is a great academic school and has excellent teaching standards in a friendly environment.

- submitted by a community member
October 27, 2012
Double standards run rampant at Hermosa, there is absolutely NO consistency in regards to disciplinary action taken by the administration. Teachers will "write up" one student for an infraction and "look the other way" on the same infraction by another student. This is also the case when disciplinary infractions are reviewed by the administration. Teachers go out of their way to help a few students and ignore the needs of other students, leaving them behind. What would Maria Montessori do?

- submitted by a parent
September 19, 2012
As a parent of a preschooler at Hermosa, and a parent volunteer in the classroom, I was so disappointed to read the negative parent review about the school and teacher. I don't know how long this family has been at Hermosa, but there are always 2 sides to every story. I have witnessed my child's teacher (Mary) handle many situations with children in the classroom. Each time she handled with love, patience and genuine concern for the children. Many other parents say the same about the other teachers. I do not know who their child's teacher is, but I have been around the school and involved in the parent organization long enough to see that the teachers at Hermosa are the most dedicated and loving teachers I have ever met. They go out of their way for the school and children and often on their own time. I have been so happy with my daughter's education and look forward to sending my other children when they are old enough. I am sorry this other parent has had such a negative experience, but I would consider that there are more issues going on than we know and the teachers need to look out for the entire community as a whole. As for me, I will continue to be an advocate for Hermosa!

- submitted by a parent
September 18, 2012
Our experience with Hermosa Pre-K has been horrible. Our child's teacher refuses to engage us at all, and has given all indication that she is NOT invested in our child's success. She has been rude, condescending, and detached. Our child recently experienced a significant transition and has struggled somewhat throughout that transition. Our child has not been aggressive or physically inappropriate, but has had some difficulties focusing and settling into the classroom environment. The school has been completely intolerant of this, they do not recognize that our child's struggles are temporary, and they have little investment in helping our child feel more comfortable and secure. Administrative staff have lied to us many times. Overall there appears to be a lack of adequate leadership to establish appropriate boundaries and expectations of professional conduct. We are shocked by the extreme lack of professionalism, integrity, and interpersonal warmth, especially given that they are teaching very young children. It does not surprise me that our child did not feel welcome or comfortable in this environment! This is not a school that I would recommend to everyone.

- submitted by a parent
June 29, 2012
We just finished our first year at Hermosa and we're looking forward to the Fall. I cannot imagine having my kids anywhere else. The environment is so calm and peaceful and both of my children grew so much in their first year. My daughter can be a very moody and difficult child and we noticed a lot of improvements with her over the year due to the conflict resolution that they practice in the classroom. My son has been a very strong reader and the teachers made sure to keep giving him work to do that was at his level even though and he was not held back in any way. We absolutely love the school, its leadership, and its staff!

- submitted by a parent
June 28, 2012
Our children are thriving at Hermosa, and we can't imagine a better school. They are learning advanced academics, enjoying the best fine arts program around, and getting individualized attention thanks to the amazing student:teacher ratio. More important than all of that, though, is that they feel safe, secure, welcome, and valued at Hermosa. The Montessori method encourages students to think for themselves, which develops their self-esteem and intrinsic motivation to learn. It's such a powerfully tranquil, joyful community that our children look forward to every day at Hermosa. In fact, they wish they had classes over the summer because they miss it so much! We absolutely LOVE Hermosa!!!

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2012
My daughter hit a child and I was contacted by the administration immediately. Hitting is taken seriously at Hermosa and so I was told we needed to have a meeting to discuss the situation. We met and talked about what happened. The staff were very helpful and very understanding. They gave me some great tools to use at home, we came up with a strategy and we disciplined appropriately. That was over 5 months ago and we have not had any more problems. And the best part is that the tools we were given for this also helped with other behavior issues and now our daughter is thriving! Very few schools would take that kind of time to work with the parents. I love this school!!!

- submitted by a parent
February 05, 2012
We have been at Hermosa School for 3 years, and I have been involved as a parent in many programs and volunteering activities, including office tasks... I have always been quite welcome each time I proposed my help to the teachers or the administration... I'm so surprised other parents felt it in a different way...

- submitted by a parent
February 03, 2012
I feel bad about the parent that had issues at the school. We are currently at the school (3 years) and would agree that their is an extreme lack on the administration to deal with any type of conflict or the patience to deal with kids that may need more care. They do have a like it or leave mentality. I have seen several kids asked to leave or pushed to leave. Sadly, most of the amazing teachers have left or retired and in the past you could get a private school education here. However, the school has gone down hill, it truly could be an outstanding place. We are sad they are not open to even minimal constructive criticism. They do not welcome parental involvement, except for lunch monitors. We are looking into other alternatives for our kids next year.

- submitted by a parent
February 02, 2012
I love the Montessori way, but sometime the method is only as good as those that try to teach it. I had a 3-4 year old who got sent home to many times because he hit. He is a child. We don t have a hitting problem at home, but the school thinks our child needs professional help. Some children are more physical than others and they need more guidance and firmness in that area. The administration has a no tolerance policy for hitting which is great, but they shy away from conflict resolution and expect the parents to teach the children at home about the problems they are having in school. At 4 years old, you have to teach the children on the spot and not send them home because you don't want to deal with it. The other thing that was lacking was genuine joy and happiness. We are glad he was asked not to come back because now we really see that it is not our child, but the lack of compassionate discipline at the school. The teachers and principle took no accountability.

- submitted by a parent
November 10, 2011
I always feel sorry and almost embarrassed when children complain about tasks Students, like adults, are part of a community, and we all know that some individuals are better with chores than others, who therefore may get into trouble This is why it is important to get used to participate in common tasks during early childhood, and this is what students learn at Hermosa Montessori School. I am grateful for these Hermosa teachers who, on top of an excellent academic curriculum, are taking time to explain to the children the importance of their participation in chores (which should be continued at home!!), and teach them the respect of others and others property. I feel responsible for educating my children and try to teach them values that will lead them to respect and to be respected in their Community.

- submitted by a parent
October 20, 2011
My daughter spent 8 years in this wonderful environment. This is not a school for traditional academics it is a school of life learning and foundation building. Children especially in the current social environment need to rely on themselves and learn how to function within their immediate community. These are skills that Hermosa instills. Through its unique class room structure children learn to offer constructive help to their peers and they acquire the ability to ask and accept a helping hand when needed. They understand that they are responsible for their outcomes and how their choices affect them and their community. This creates a confident, independent yet conscience individual and provides a great academic foundation. I have two older children that went through the public and expensive private school systems and I can honestly say that my child that attended Hermosa came away with the best academic foundation and confidence to conquer any obstacle that comes her way.

- submitted by a parent
October 19, 2011
This used to be a fantastic school.... used to be. All the great teachers have left or retired. There has been a mass exodus from this school. School leadership is not responsive to the needs of parents and seem to be more interested in covering for the poor teachers rather than helping solve the problems and make the school better. It is a shame, we had hoped for more.

- submitted by a parent
September 18, 2011
This school had it's good points, but as a student, it was bad. to start off with, the curriculum is MIA. in upper elementary, the teachers were to busy making us clean up after them, and screaming at us for leaving food in the trash cans instead of putting it in the recycle bins. I found that i had to teach myself. Also, it is socially un preparing. This school is all about gossip and cliques. Plus, my parents had to pay 300+ dollars for p.e., and extracurricular, when there was none. The teachers told all the students that public schools were torturous, and even scared children into not going to other schools. Also, now that i am in a public school, and very happy about it, i realize that the staff and faculties behavior was really bad. Even though the staff "encouraged' us to have our own opnions, if they did not fit those of the teachers, we were put down, and looked at as if we were corrupting the ways they taught. Overall, i am happy that i now go to a great school, which is public. Old Vail Middle School is where i'm at, and i am glad to get away from the poison of that school.

- submitted by a community member
June 02, 2011
I have been a parent of this school for quite some time. I am proud to say that we have enjoyed attending Hermosa and wish that all is well for them. Each person should check out the school and decide for yourself if its the right place for your child. Each child learns differently and they do direct your child and help them to learn. Thank you Hermosa and we will miss you.......

- submitted by a parent
May 31, 2011
This school teaches self motivation verses the spoon feeding that goes on in public school. The child is able to learn at his or her own pace. My son has truly developed such a sense of autonomy at this school and has taken ownership of his education. He was in the public school system for 2 years prior and learned nothing but how to conform to a less than satisfactory educational system, as well as perfect his coloring. His math skills have exploded.

- submitted by a parent
August 27, 2010
At first glance it would seem that Hermosa Montessori School is the answer to our less than perfect public school system. But it was our experience that there are aspects of this school s philosophy and curriculum that are deeply flawed. This school has an excessive workload that isn t grade appropriate. Furthermore, the teachers don t teach the students the material, but instead leave it up to the students to learn most things by themselves. There is also a serious lack of extra-curricular activities and chances for the kids to socialize because of the small size of the school. Furthermore, it has been our experience that the teachers and administrators are not willing to address issues brought up by parents because the only thing that seems to matter is whether your child can perform at an excessively high level so that Hermosa can receive their high school rankings.

- submitted by a parent
November 24, 2009
This is my daughters first year at Hermosa. In the few months their she has learned how to read, and her math skills have just exploded. As with any school, administration and at times with teachers their can be misunderstandings, but overall we have had an awesome experience. We have some religious accomodations and they have been more than understanding. My daughter has 3 teachers for 28 kids. You tell me where you can go in any public school and get that ratio. We live in Vail schools, and she was going to have 26 kids in her class with one teacher for 3 hours a day. To me, short of paying for private school we are extremely happy.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 16, 2009
Hermosa was named one of the top ten Charter Schools in the state. It provides a peaceful campus, strong academics and numerous extracurricular activities for a well-rounded curriculum!

- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2009
Charter Schools are just WONDERFUL because they give Arizona parents a choice. I chose Hermosa because they demand respect and teach children to THINK not just learn. Yes, I have had to pay alot of money for sports and private lessons of various sorts but I know and knew this. I send my children to school to get an education and they do get one at Hermosa. I also love the small environment and am so glad I get this for FREE.

- submitted by a parent
August 29, 2009
Our children have been students at Hermosa Montessori Charter School for years. They love it, and it's a great family learning enviroment. Our children have exceeded our expectatations, academically and socially. Hermosa's commitment to the true Montessori method, plus the amazing care, intelligence, and sensitivity shown by teachers, administrators, and other staff has helped and motivated our children dramatically. As a result, Hermosa has inspired our regular volunteer involvement and financial contributions. We know the school and principal have won awards. It's easy to see why. The children learn very well, they are happy kids, and they care about people. Character and peace are very important to us and Hermosa teaches these very well. The school needs a high school and we believe that will happen. Still, Hermosa has Art, Music, PE, Choir, field trips, and spacious beautiful grounds with natural trails. We highly recommend Hermosa. It's excellent!

- submitted by a parent
August 27, 2009
Once you have left this school you realize how much your child was missing in this limited environment.

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July 07, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
June 04, 2009
I went to Hermosa for elementary school and middle school. I gave this school one star because i feel it did not prepare me for high school in the least bit. At Hermosa I did not learn how to study for tests what so ever. This became evident when i failed me first midterm exam freshman year of high school. Sports or any type of social life was really non existent. After graduating from Hermosa you get thrown into the world of High school which socially and academically you are not very prepared for. I personally feel that Hermosa was supposed to prepare me for High school and give me a strong base to support myself with. I feel that Hermosa did not do this on many levels. BUT, it does give freedom to students that is very rare for American schools.

- submitted by a student
May 31, 2009
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April 23, 2009
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- submitted by a student
April 20, 2009
I am a middle school student at Hermosa and I love my school. I admit, we do lack some rescources in areas of sports and extra curricular activities due to city education budgets. None the less, I believe we recieve a great education in not only acedemics, but also in areas of responsibility. The Montessori education we recieve allows students to be moral, responsible, independent, and educated. I love the tight community we have in the middle school and entire school. The teachers here are great, although there have been some problems with teachers in the past who weren't working out. Montessori isn't always perfect for everyone, teachers and students, but most students here thrive in the great enviroment here at Hermosa. I am proud to be a part of the Hermosa Montesoori family.

- submitted by a student
February 20, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
February 19, 2009
Hermosa. A true Montessori school that nurtures the whole child. It is on a beautiful setting, with natural lighting in the classrooms. This school has become a family to us. The leadership and teachers are excellent. We have two children at this school with very different learning styles. One of the children was tested as gifted as well as LD/ADHD. The amount of care and attention he received helped him blossom. He has learned a great deal. Also he found a love of learning that he had lost prior to enrolling here. As a child of an educator, I could not be more pleased. Diversity and respect are shown and taught here from the preschool up to the end of 8th grade. In my time as a parent volunteer, I was impressed by the polite nature of the students as well as conversation. We are proud to be at Hermosa.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 17, 2008
This is a great school. It is one of the first in Tucson to have established itself as a Montessori School (God Bless Sheila) and has taken itself through the millenium. There are still teachers there that taught my kids in 1982. I do not think any other school in Tucson that started as a private school and has grown can say that. The newer teachers that have come in the last few years are amazing too. I have grandchildren that attend now and anyone who can find a way to guide their children to this school will have the chance to slow grow and be happy.

- submitted by a parent
January 09, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
September 24, 2007
My daughter is in preschool at Hermosa Montessori, for the second year, and we have had a great experience. I agree that the parent's are clique-y but I don't blame the school for that. My daughter's teacher focuses on the students, not on the parents, and she is amazing... we feel very lucky to have our child in this class. The principal respects and supports the teachers, but has an open door policy for any concerns from parents. Music was added this year- kindermusik- and so far seems a great addition. No after school sports or arts otherwise as far as I know. Parent involvement is not huge, although it is encouraged...

- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2007
We have been very disappointed in the lack of core Montessori teaching that occurs at this school Our child had attended a Montessori school in another state and we were thrilled with her academic progress. We wanted to continue this in Tucson, but found very few of Dr. Maria Montessori's principles taught by her teacher and found grace and courtesy severing lacking from the administration and staff. We have pulled our child out and enrolled her in another charter school with wonderful results. Please observe a class before you consider this school, if the Montessori philosophy is important to you.

- submitted by a parent
August 16, 2007
This is our second year in the Hermosa community, the excellence of this school shines through the faces of the children. My daughter is happy there and excelling in all she puts her mind to. There is some tension with parents. I don't play into it and am recomend this school and way of teaching to anyone with an open mind.

- submitted by a parent
May 01, 2007
This school is very misleading. Our experience was so bad we withdrew our child after one year. Talking to the teacher or administration got us nowhere. The parents are very clique-y and don't welcome newcomers.

- submitted by a parent
March 12, 2007
This year was my child's first year at Hermosa. Our family has been so pleased with our decision to send our child to this school. The teachers and staff have been wonderful and our child is learning and gaining more independence everyday through the Montessori philosophy taught here. Best decsion we ever made!

- submitted by a parent
March 09, 2007
Hermosa students that need extra help have their confidence systematically undermined. The school's principal demands zero accountability from her teachers. Hermosa did look good on paper, but sending my daughter there has turned out to be a huge mistake.

- submitted by a parent
January 27, 2007
The principal is nonresponsive. PE and art lack the basic resources.

- submitted by a parent
January 09, 2007
This is the fourth year my child has attended Hermosa. Overall I feel that Hermosa is an excellent school.I find the principal to be approachable and experienced. The teachers are motivated and invested in their classrooms. The emphasis is on nurturing and educating the whole child to become a productive member of society. The campus is lovely and kid friendly. There are numerous extracurricular activities provided including art, field trips, a swimming pool and music programs. Hermosa has a strong academic program and students are expected to work hard and take responsibility for their education and actions. This is a school truly grounded in the Montessori principles. I would not consider taking my child anywhere else!

- submitted by a parent
October 05, 2006
I have known the adventures of working within the educational arena of Tucson Public Schools for more than twenty five years. My family has been fortunate to have been a part of the Hermosa Montessori community for more than 20 years. Hermosa staff and administration embrace the whole child providing excellent leadership, and teaching quality, while touching their hearts as well. An unconditional acceptance and regard for all children exists. Administration and staff are receptive to making individual accomodations to ensure success. Parents are warmly welcomed, and encouraged to participate. The exposure to the arts has included numerous theatre and cultural enrichment events. Teachers extend themselves far beyond that which is required on a consistent basis implementing a sense of compassion to their 'lesson plans'. Without question the Hermosa Community enhances the lives of children and families. It is an adventure in excellence! We are lucky indeed!

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2006
Families who value education in a small and 'private' school setting without cost will appreciate the approach the principal and faculty many of whom have been there since the day the school opened take to teaching children.

- submitted by a former student
September 25, 2006
My six grandchildren attend Hermosa Montessori.Our family has been actively involved in the school since our oldest grandchild started preschool--nine years ago. I have the highest respect for the entire staff of the school. Academically the school challenges the children. The school is a community where children are respected and nurtured. The whole child is educated. Special needs are met. Children are happy and growing into responsible well-educated caring adults. I couldn't imagine a better environment for my grandchildren. Music, art, and sports are included in the curriculum. Parents are actively involved in all aspects of the school.

- submitted by a parent
September 18, 2006
Hermosa Montessori is an outstanding school. I feel that my children are getting a top-notch education. They are not only exceeding academically, but are also learning about what it means to be intelligent, articulate, creative, civic-minded individuals. The school does not really offer the students any choices for music, art, sports, etc. I would like to see these programs start up at Hermosa. The parents at Hermosa seem very involved and interested in their children's educations. I do not like to Parent Organization, though. It is more of a fundraising group with little options for parents to become involved. Overall: What my children will gain from Hermosa far outweigh what they might have gotten at another school.

- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2006
I am a former student of Hermosa Montessori. It was a wonderful experience for me. I developed great relationships with the staff and teachers. I was more prepared than most of my peers for High School, and have found that the lessons I learned in Hermosa not only taught me about essential things such as grammar and math, but life lessons such as time managment and speaking skills. This is a truly wonderful school!

- submitted by a former student
September 11, 2006
My two children were students at Hermosa from pre-school through middle school.They both received an excellent education that prepared them very well for higher education and future employment. The Hermosa staff is excellent, including the principal who founded the school. They are caring individuals, excellent teachers, and outstanding role models for students. Many of the staff have been consistantly working together since 1979, and there is very little staff turnover. I read one parent's comments regarding the administration and wondered if they were commenting on Hermosa Montessori. The administration, a small staff of four, was always kind, caring, and very accessible, including the principal who was always available to both students and parents. The parent organization plans many ways for all to be involved. Hermosa was a terrific experience for my children and myself.

- submitted by a parent
July 12, 2006
Lots of problems with this school! The teachers try to do what they can with limited resources. Physical education is practically non-existent. Principal is mostly absent and hard to communicate with. Refuses to address parents concerns.

- submitted by a parent
May 24, 2006
My children love their school! The teachers create a love of learning in the children. This school is such a safe and wonderful environment for all the children.

- submitted by a parent
May 06, 2006
Would Not recommend this school. The administration is unfriendly and unresponsive to problems and suggestions. There is no Parent Teacher Organization only a Volunteer Organization that has strict guidelines to not get involved with the school. The main obj. of the Volunteer Org is to monitor & track parents, who are required 10 hours of volunteer work each or pay an additional $300 per child. Though the Kindergarten teachers try their best, there are not enough resources for all the children to use. This leaves the students with much free time while waiting for materials to come free. This problem also effects the Lower & Upper Elementary School. Extra activitivs are rare and limited. There is no music program and art is once a week. Gym is taught by a parent with little to no resources. Please do your own research, contach the Dept of Charter Schools, etc.

- submitted by a parent
May 03, 2006
Problems are plenty at this school. We removed our son after it became evident that the administration wasn t interested in listening to the parents or the many concerns that they had. Montessori is supposed to be about learning at your child s own pace, but competition and intolerance is rife at Hermosa. There s not much Montessori about this school.

- submitted by a parent
May 03, 2006
The teachers are doing the best they can under the circumstances, but resources and materials are stretched beyond capacity. We removed our child from the kindergarten program after our concerns were ignored.

- submitted by a parent
February 20, 2006
At first sight, Hermosa looks to be a very good school. Their numbers for registration are always high and pre-school parents wait overnight for the opportunity to enroll their children. Unfortunately, this once great school now coasts on its reputation won while it was still a private school. Now the teachers are stretched beyond capacity, the children are over-whelmed with the pressure to achieve high scores and the non-competitive, tolerance-teaching philosophy of Montessori education has been lost. All of this could be rectified, or at least addressed, if the Administrator was more available to parents, but she is not. We removed our son after numerous problems and unaddressed complaints.

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February 21, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
April 15, 2004
My children have been attending this school for the last 6 years. I currently have 4 children in the program from Kindergarten to upper elementary. Over all I have been happy with this school. I love the teaching methods. My children have had just about every teacher and I must say over all I have been happy with them. I enjoy the enviroment that the students learn in. The facilites are great and incourage learning. I enjoy the way that the Middle school children speek around the younger students. Everyone shows respect for each other.

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October 25, 2003
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Hermosa Montessori Charter School
12051 E. Ft. Lowell, Tucson, AZ  85749
(520) 749-5518
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