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PK-6
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Rome, GA
Students enrolled: 99

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165 Dodd Boulevard Southeast
Rome, GA 30161

(706) 232-7744
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September 24, 2014
<My son started MSR at 18 months and his teacher complained about his behavioral problems daily seeking me to resolve his issues in school as opposed to her handling them herself. After about a year and a half in attendance I went to school early, and I found my son in the directress's classroom barricaded in a corner behind a white board in urine soaked pants. At that time I begged the directress, who is seemingly out of touch with the children at the school, to allow me to seek a suitable place for my son to learn. I transferred him to Westminster Christian Academy, and I never heard another behavioral issue arise. The teachers were loving, firm, eager to teach, and cared deeply for our son. They chose to challenge him intellectually instead of forcing him to lie on a mat for 2 hours during nap time, which by the way is against the state of GA guidelines. He and my daughter were reading books by 4 and adding and beginning subtraction. My children were taught by a very accomplished educator with 20 + years in education and had a PhD in education. On top of all of this, the tuition was more than $150/mo less than Montessori.

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May 26, 2014
My children love the Montessori method and have learned so much! I love the way the teachers care about my children and know exactly what their progress is in each subject. I don't know of another school that knows so much about each child's accomplishments. The academics are excellent, but even more than that, the children are loved and get to explore their interests without being held back or without everyone having to do the same thing. I love that you can observe in the observation room at any time and see exactly what your children are doing. The teachers are certified and Montessori trained, and it shows. When I am around other children, I am surprised at how far ahead my children seem to be. I believe this method does a great job of teaching children how to read and have confidence to think outside of the box!

- submitted by a parent
April 27, 2014
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this school. Our kids have been there for nine years and will be more than prepared for the next level. If you are looking for a school that embraces diversity, fosters global awareness and encourages students beyond their own expectations then this is the place. I love the fact that my kids have experienced other students from such diverse backgrounds at such an early age. Just a few of my favorite MSR events are Historical Timeline, International Day, Science Fair and the Holiday Program. We would make the same choice for both of them again!!

- submitted by a parent
January 31, 2014
I wish Montessori School of Rome would go through high school! The teachers at Montessori are above reproach! They have very high (but realistic) expectations of the children they teach and their methods of teaching are creative and have proven (for my children) to be very effective. I will recommend Montessori School of Rome to anyone who is looking for a loving, creative and academically challenging atmosphere for his/her children!

- submitted by a parent
November 28, 2013
Do NOT send your child to this school, unless for some strange reason you want him or her to experience humiliation on a daily basis. Their "teaching methods" are NOT Montessori (really, the opposite.) Most of the "teachers" there have no business being around children at all!

- submitted by a community member
December 04, 2012
Amazing school!! I have two students currently at Montessori and we would not think of sending them anywhere else. They have been pushed academically at their own pace and have been given an incredible appreciation for diversity because of curriculum.

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August 12, 2009
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March 10, 2009
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August 28, 2008
I really like the school-the academics are top notch and the staff is truly amazing-they seem to love what they do and are excited about teaching! The only downside is the rigidness of the school. Sometimes I wish my child had more time to be a kid during the day.

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no rating July 31, 2007
Two of my children attended MSR. They have a high expectation for academics and proper behavior, which I too, share. As a teacher and a parent, I applaud the school's staff and leadership for upholding the Montessori method which includes grace and courtesy. My children enjoyed a plethora of field trips including Jekyll Island 4-H, plus plays and concerts. My son was in upper elementary and still says the teacher was his favorite of all time! A little known fact about RMA is that they have extremely high ITBS scores. They choose not to publish them because the emphasis is not on a test, but on the individual child. I will say, that if your child is a discipline problem, MSR will try to help you, but you have to be willing to try it the Montessori way. Overall, I give MSR two thumbs up!

- submitted by a parent
May 14, 2007
We have experienced five Montessori schools in three different states. Of those, this is one of the top two schools we've enjoyed. Two of our children attend, and are flourishing. The teachers are well prepared and appropriately caring. I unconditionally recommend this Montessori school for most children. All parents to whom I've recommended the school in the few years we've lived here have been delighted.

- submitted by a parent
February 24, 2007
I was disappointed in our experience at The Montessori School of Rome. Our child's teacher lacked the softness & affection a person needs to teach young children. My husband & I attended school functions & what we experienced was that the children were doing what they were told & there was absolutely no fun involved. The children looked like robots. Our child was never excited to show us or tell us about his work. We transferred him to a different school the next year and the difference is phenomenal! I've spoken to a couple of parents who transferred their children as well & they all say that the school has changed over the passed few years. Montessori Schools may all teach by the same method, but the people they employ to educate & care for your child(ren) are most important.

- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2004
There is no better education for the younger child than the concrete, hands-on approach Montessori schools use to teach reading, writing, mathematices and the sciences.

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August 27, 2003
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Montessori School Of Rome
165 Dodd Boulevard Southeast, Rome, GA  30161
(706) 232-7744
Last modified Montessori School Of Rome is a Private school that serves grades PK-6
Montessori School Of Rome Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 14 reviews. Top