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4102 Saint Joseph Road
New Albany, IN 47150

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3 stars
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August 26, 2014
I graduated from this school two years ago. I was there the year it opened; I never went to any other school. There were many times that I wanted to leave, but thought, probably correctly (from what I've seen of the other students who left after attending for a long time) that I would be ill-equipped to succeed in any other environment. My main criticisms are: *Abysmal test scores. Now, obviously, standardized testing is not the only (or the best) way to understand a child's educational development, but they ARE important. *Poor treatment of children with special needs. I can't even remember how many parents I've heard complaining about this. This school has neither the resources, nor the inclination to properly assist children with special needs. And the social implacations of this are huge: do not think for a moment that because the school is so "liberal" and "progessive" that the students attending will respond any better to this problem than the teachers. I have seen several special-needs children taunted, ostracized, and otherwise abused by fellow students. It is utterly sickening, and the teachers do little to nothing about it.

- submitted by a student
July 24, 2014
I'm a rising junior at CMS and frankly find some of these reviews insulting. It's not the perfect school but its also not the school for everybody. I do perfectly well here because I'm driven and want to learn and CMS provides school as a way to explore my interests rather than take time away from them to waste on AP Art History or something that I don't find as intriguing. If your child needs someone to drive them, some external catalyst to inspire them to learn, then CMS isn't the school for them and that's fine. However, the foreign language support at this is school is pretty terrible. They try to support you but they have no staff that teach a foreign language(though American Sign Language is very well supported, which is cool). Standardized testing wise I'd say scores are low because CMS doesn't teach to the test, as that runs contrary to the Montessori philosophy of being against standardized tests. Students don't even try on tests because they know they don't matter(though they should probably change that attitude when it comes to the SAT). The biggest issue is quality between classes. Some are amazing*cough cough* Sequoia*cough* but others are not challenging at all.

- submitted by a community member
May 06, 2014
If you are considering this "school," then do yourself a favor and look into who Maria Montessori was and exactly what she believed. Because this school has a way to out conservative Christians through an annual "lesson" in which your child talks about what they believe as to how the world was created. Once they know where you stand, your child will be bullied by teachers and/ students and any time you assert your values, you and your child will be punished in discreet ways. Don't expect help from the director or staff who deem any complaint as negativity and who enacted a "no-gossip" rule to keep parents from communicating with each other - not because they're reaching for a higher standard, trust me. Because when you do start asking around, you find many other folk with the same experience. You can also expect your child to be at the very least one grade level behind their peers when you finally move them to a real school. After too many years there, I am now aware of their agenda and it is a very different type of education, not the kind any right-loving family would want for their child. But you know, they do promise good things and the building is pretty. Be alert and be wise!

- submitted by a community member
May 06, 2014
First, do your homework on who Maria Montessori was and her true religious beliefs. This school outs conservative Christians using an annual exercise in which each child presents how they believe the world was created, then your child will be bullied by the teacher and/or other students. Requesting to opt out of any part of their curriculum will result in punishment. Any complaints are deemed negative and shut down by staff and director. Your child will be at least a grade level behind if you pull them to another school. My 6 year experience opened my eyes to their true agenda, which includes the LBGT agenda. Be wise, and move on.

- submitted by a parent
April 21, 2014
I am a student at Community Montessori, if you are a prospective family, please don't let the rude, and hateful parent comments on here change your mind, because you have made a great choice (: CMS is an amazing school, it has guided me to be the amazing person I am today. The main reason parents withdraw their children from this school is because their child's ISTEP test scores are low, at CMS we find the right balance between focus on test scores and true meaningful learning. Time after time it is being proven how misleading test scores can be. Standardized testing is not an adequate measuring tool for a child's developmental success. I have never been around more caring adults in my entire life, every staff member in this school makes it their personal mission to make the students feel safe, comfortable, and welcome in this school. I am a motivated, responsible, smart, creative, respectful, insightful individual and there is no doubt this school has helped shape who I am today. Barbara and Glenn Fondren are two of the most caring individuals I have ever met. They are such smart, and educated people. To the bad comments: Reevaluate yourself as a parent, I feel bad for your kids.

- submitted by a community member
January 28, 2014
This will be out last year at Community Montessori. My son attended this school from preschool and is now in the 6th grade. I began to have serious doubts about the school's academics when he was in the 4th grade but decided to hang in there based upon the representations that had been made to me by the director about how children progress at CM. Now, two years later, I realize that my son is behind his peers at other schools academically. My son has never received a negative report in any teacher conference. My husband and I have always been told that he is doing just fine with no concerns but when he completes grade level work at home (we bought him 6th grade work books to supplement his education at school), he struggles with basic concepts including the concept of hypothesis in science (my son informed me that "we don't really do much science in my studio"). I pride myself on being someone who is not easily taken advantage of but even I was sucked in. I send my child to school to learn the basics of what he must learn as defined by Indiana law and after 8 years at this school, I can see that it is not happening . Steer clear.

- submitted by a parent
December 13, 2013
Please do yourself and your child a favor and read the reviews for this school before you consider it. I wish I had. I was not turned off by the poor test scores, because I am a believer in alternative methods of education and do not think much of teaching to the test. I dismissed the stories I heard from former CM parents as well because I thought maybe they just didn't understand Montessori and how it works in the long run, and I do. However, the negative reviews on this site are true in my experience. I really have nothing to add, it has all been said on here before. I just encourage anyone considering this school to think long and hard about it and not get romanced by the tour and the hype. Once you are on the inside, it looks very different. I must add that there are some wonderful teachers there working very hard and doing the best they can, and they are not the problem.

- submitted by a parent
September 23, 2013
I graduated from here two years ago, after attending for seven years. I was so fortunate to have found this school, without it I doubt my life would be as successful as it is. This school is not for everyone, but I had a fantastic education that gave me a true love of learning. Montessori education is very different from the education normally received in public schools, so if your child is coming into the program in high school, and sometimes even middle school, it's likely too late for them to adjust to the Montessori method. This school has many issues, staffing issues, lack of security, inconsistency between classrooms, the director, but overall I was fantastically lucky to attend there and have the love and support that I did. It's not perfect, it underfunded and stressful to the employees, but it's miles above more common education. I have never met teachers that cared so much and worked so hard as I did there. Thank you Montessori, for such a great start.

- submitted by a community member
July 29, 2013
Both of my chidren attend school here and while I don't think it is perfect, I do believe that it is the best option for my children right now. My son did not learn to read until he was in the 1st grade but he had no interest in reading and within two months of being around older kids reading, he was reading without any trouble and he loves to read and now, at 7, is reading chapter books. I spend a good amount of time at this school and have never in two years witnessed kids running up and down the halls or screaming or fighting. Both of my children, one in K and one in 1st last year, brought home work that showed they were learning math and reading and english and science. Having multiple parent teacher conferences throughout the year is great. It was in these conferences that we really saw all the hard work they were doing while at school. Overall I believe it to be a great environment for kids that want to learn and parents that want to be involved even if that involvement is only cleaning classrooms. What's wrong with cleaning classrooms? If your child isn't learning here it is because they lack motivation to want to learn and as a parent you're probably not involved.

- submitted by a parent
July 25, 2013
Our daughter went to CM for K & 1st grade. I would not recommend this school for a variety of reasons. By the end of 1st grade our daughter still couldn't read...at all! After talking to her extensively, her dad and I discovered she was having problems with reading. Instead of helping her with the problems she was having, the "teachers" told her she was lazy and to sit by herself and "figure it out." We also leaned that she was being bullied and, after bringing it up with the "teachers," were told there wasn't really anything they could do unless they personally saw it happening. What kind of a "teacher" actually believes that 6-year- old kids can teach themselves to read and thinks that bullying should be worked out by a little kid on her own? What kind of a school administration can stand behind this kind of attitude? Luckily, we took our little girl out of this environment before it was too late and are on the road to getting her caught up academically and trying to build her self-confidence back up! It is my opinion that young children should be taught at least the basics in a safe environment before being able to make the best "self-guided" decisions.

- submitted by a parent
July 14, 2013
I don't really understand all the negative reviews... I just went here for seventh grade and shall be returning for the eighth grade; perhaps I shall go to Community Montessori until the end of high school. This is one of the most wonderful educational experiences I've ever had.

- submitted by a community member
January 21, 2013
I would rate this as a one star school, in fact, this is not a school but more like a compound,with kids being rated and some degraded even, made to feel worthless and ashame of who they are, not what was told in the observation walk thru. I agree with another parents comment on here that the director is a "crazy lady". She runs the school, while her husband runs behind her. Sorry but that school is not ran the way a school should be.No requirements for teachers to actually teach, kids learn on their own? Not much help either from the teachers. The only discilpine is "if the do not like you", they do something to eventually get you out. I feel BSU should stop funding these people. I was told from a relative I was making a mistake putting my children there.They were right. I can teach them more @home than they learn there. NO home work,or work brought home to view what your child is working on. I wouldn't recomend this charter school to train a dog. This is for lazy non caring kids/parents not someone who wants a real edu. And they say they don't believe in punishing a child, yet that's NOT true to all kids, just those they like.B.F. pushes kids/parents its her way or the doorway.

- submitted by a parent
October 26, 2012
This is a school that should not exist. After attending kindergarten here for an entire year there was zero progress made. I am not sure what they were doing all of that time, but it was not school work. I do know that my daughter brought home about 10 or more drawings or paintings a day, but there was not any academic work brought home. I removed my children from this wretched school and upon putting them in a new school we have been told how behind in basic skills our daughter is. Her first grade teacher is getting her caught up and has made us understand it is not due to a learning disability that our daughter is struggling, but due to a minimum of schooling last year. I wish I would have known before losing an entire year.

- submitted by a parent
September 24, 2012
Horrible school! The "teachers" sit on facebook all day and do nothing. I went there for several years, half the time I played hide and seek with my friends. In HIGH SCHOOL. I did no work what so ever, if I did it was copied! I ended up leaving and was so behind by the time I got to a normal school. I know several people who have flunked a grade because of how behind they were. Do not send your child there EVER if you want them to be smart. This school MAY be good for elementary age, but not high school. The director is a crazy woman who wont let you say God, or even the pledge without going into a different room. Craziness, pure craziness

- submitted by a community member
January 25, 2012
I am a student here at Montessori, I don't want to say that this school is a five star school but I will give this school a fantastic 4 stars. I have been going here for three years and LOVE this school. The reason your children don't learn anything is beacuse they are not motivated enough to teach themselves. We do not have "teachers" to teach us, we have dedicated Advisiors who help us realize what it's like to live and work in the real world. I suggest you send your kids to this school if they are creative and willing to teach themselves and others.

- submitted by a community member
December 26, 2011
Absolutely the best educational option in our community. Unfortunate that some families are running from problems and find their problems follow them wherever they go. No one could spend a day at this school and not find how outstanding each teacher is as the spend time with every student. This school has high expectations for staff, children, and families - it is definitely not for every family. The family involvement is terrific - there are always parents in the building. I feel very fortunate for my child and my family to have this type of support for her education.

- submitted by a parent
December 04, 2011
Poor academic quality and no discipline. Different treatment for different children (i.e. they function as a tribe, if you are slightly different from what the chief says your child will pay!) Teachers are not well prepared. The parent "involvement" opportunities are limited to housekeeping. I brought many projects, and they won't even listen what we had to offer. My child did not learn anything; and was so stressed out! one semester was more than enough! So glad that this torture is over! I agree with all the negative comments above. So dissapointed!!

- submitted by a parent
November 30, 2011
Painful! This has been the worst decision in my life! Parent involvement is limited to cleaning classrooms, you have to pay extra to the teacher in regular school hours to read and do crafts. I seen the worst actitude from teachers. I found only one friendly and effective person in the school: Kim (curved desk). Waste of time and energy, nothing like I was told during the orientation with the liason :(

- submitted by a parent
June 28, 2011
My two kids went here for three years and we had to hire a tutor to teach them for a year before we could put them in traditional school, they learned nothing. But the kids were happy because it was "fun" to go to school because you were really on your own. The staff thinks they know whats best for your kids and you know nothing. Please, if you are researching this school for a good education run away as fast as possible.

- submitted by a parent
March 08, 2011
SURE WISH THERE WAS A SCHOOL LIKE THIS WHEN I WAS A KID. MY HS WAS GREAT BUT THIS COMMUNITY MONTESSORI SCHOOL IS A SHINING GEM. MY DAUGHTERS TEACHERS ARE, WELL;DEDICATED, PASSIONATE, GO THE EXTRA MILE, ALL THESE WORDS DO NOT DESCRIBE HOW THEY ARE. THIS IS A ONE OF A KIND DEAL. SURE GLAD WE ARE THERE AND PART OF IT.

- submitted by a parent
March 04, 2011
I was a student at this school for almost 8 years, the only reason I left is because I had to move. I will be honest this school is not for everyone this school gives a lot of freedom and some kids cant handle it. So there parents blame the teachers and the admininstrators for there children not learning well. Unless your child has other mental issues a school can not make someone go into deppression. Parents need to stop blaming Barbra ( The Director ) and Glenn ( The Family Laison ) for all there kids problems. Instead they should be teaching there kids to be more responsible with freedom. A school DOES NOT RUIN SOMEONES FUTURE. At my time at this school I learned very valuble lessons... Like not blaming everyone else for your problems and start finding the problem in yourself. For anyone who is looking for a school that is going to Teach your children life and acedemic lessons. As a long time former student. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS SCHOOL.

- submitted by a community member
January 25, 2011
All of the "Bad" Reviews on this school is absolutely wrong. As a student to This school i have to say that it is a excellent school. I have more here then i have at a local "Public" School. We have the freedom to learn what we want to learn, though there is still educational guidelines within the school. There is still standardized testing, and the choice of work. I would say this school is a great choice for anyone who is wanting the freedom to learn!

- submitted by a community member
January 04, 2011
This school is horrible, the instructors and director/principle (Barbara) are not willing to work with anyone. They are very demeaning to the parents and students/learners. No matter how many discrepancies are brought to their attention, the parent/student is always wrong. My child has been at the school for two years, he is brilliant, but due to the lack of structure/discipline, he has fallen way behind and now is suffering from depression. Thank you CMS for RUINING his future. My advice, DO NOT send your child to this school!!

- submitted by a parent
May 20, 2010
My 3 children went there for several years and made very little progress. The poor planning, lack of discipline, lack of concern for a child having trouble, unfair decision made agaist non favor children, and the utter chaos. Please DO NOT fall for the speach given at the tour, it is a wonderful sounding idea, however they do not work the way they claim. If your child is special needs like 2 of mine are, you do not want your child there. The Special needs program is even more chaotic than the regular program. When I placed my children back into public schools they were at about the same levels they were in before going to CMS. If you care about your child do not enroll them at CMS, if you still put your there stay very invovled. Don't drink the Kool-aide. It is sad to read the misguided comments.

- submitted by a parent
May 16, 2010
I Love Community Montessori My 5 yr old just got accepted there for Kindergarten, I couldnt ask for a better school for her to attend, She will be attending Community Montessori for the 2010-2011 school year

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 24, 2010
The negative comments here are completely true. I am the parent of 2 that have been here for many years, and this will be the last. Poor learning plans, lack of consistent discipline, unfair decisions made against certain students, its chaotic. Time is wasted and not utilized for learning, there is little art or music focus,many kids are so far behind where they should be that its a crime. Its a failure on so many levels it makes me sick, and this is what we wanted our for kids ? Not hardly!! Sure there many poor public schools, but keep looking for a good one, and pass on this failed experiment. 150 words here are not enough for me to convey all the bad issues. Theft,verbal abuse by students to teachers,lack of any 2 way dialogue with the Directoire( its her way, or...) and too little focus on important things

- submitted by a parent
January 05, 2010
My two children have attended CMS for a long time (over 8 years now) and I have witnessed many amazing things at CMS. I have had the privilege to watch my teens become self thinkers, open minded to other possibilities, problem solvers, & not scared to fail. I feel very good about CMS partnering with me & my wife to help our children become life long learners, which will help them become successful adults. Oh & Yes they have passed the ISTEP! I agree with the students that posted earlier, it also saddens me to see adults post such comments that are misrepresenting CMS. It was not a prefect road at the beginning at CMS & CMS is not a quick fix for families that are running from problems. Montessori will take time to get use to, but I truely feel CMS will help our children be amazing citizens.

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September 02, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2009
My children have been at CMS for over ten years. They both score Pass Plus on ISTEP and are loving friendly people. My children's teachers are good people who support all children in positive ways. In fact, three parents have come to me since school started and told me that they had pulled their children and regretted it and have waited two and three years to get back in the program. There are awesome employees and good people at this school. There will also always be children who struggle, no matter what school they go to. As for me and my family, we are totally thrilled at CMS.

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 14, 2009
We were an involved family at CMS, for too long. It was a terrible joke, that our children are paying for now. They have both been retained in their grade levels and I agree that's what they needed because they didn't have a good foundation of basic elements such as reading, writing and math. We worked at home with them every night and every summer, we got tutors (even though the director told us tutors were not needed and, 'the child learns at their own pace'). If a 10-year-old can't read beyond a first grade level, there is no learning. When what we and the tutors do with the children is not reinforced by the school and staff, there is no learning. When the chaos and disruptions are constant, there is no learning. When volunteering, I did see children running the halls! I'm glad we finally left, for our children's sake!

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April 30, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2009
We have had our child enrolled since Pre-K. 4 years later I am very disappointed in what I see and hear. I consider myself an active parent. In my observations I have come to the conclusion that the teachers are more or less babysitters for a select number of students in the classrooms that have behavioral issues. The rest of the students are left to teach themselves!!!! With no threat of real punishment I see no end to this cycle. simply telling a child that they are not behaving correctly is absolutely going to do nothing to prevent them from repeating the behavior. I believe that my child's education is being sacrified to these students that cause so many problems. I am not sure if we will be back next year.

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February 17, 2009
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January 16, 2009
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December 17, 2008
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- submitted by a student
October 25, 2008
Community Montessori is a beacon for families who truely want to help their children be amazing citizens and life-long learners. I am thankful every day for the learning my children, and I , receive. Thank you to the tremendous staff!

- submitted by a parent
October 01, 2008
I had 2 of my kids at this school for 2 years. Should have left after the 1st year, but hoped it would improve. Wrong! The majority of the teachers at the school weren't certified & are terribly underpaid & inexperienced. One of our teachers said she had 8 years of experience (& she considered having babysat for 6 years as 'experience'!) Our children came home from school almost daily saying they were distracted by the constant noise and undisciplined environment where children wandered around the room left to their own devices w/ teachers intervening only when it was impossible to ignore the chaos. Even then, it was like slapping a band-aid on a gushing wound. I also didn't appreciate the fact that whenever the Ball State University personnel came to visit, the director guides them to see the children who are more 'gifted', like trained monkeys, to keep the charter.

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September 02, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
August 01, 2008
Well Im actually student that currently goes to the school, and I have to disagree with some of the things said. The school does has it's ups, and downs, but I think this school is for the people that want to learn, will challenge themselves, and give it their very best. Not kids who just want to play all day, hangout and gossip. I have to bring the fact that someone said, and I quote 'If your child needs to learn to read, write, spell and do basic math...don't expect CMS to do it...' on March 26, 2008. This is both true, and untrue. It goes to the part where your child practically does have to teach him/herself, but its not always that way. The teachers, and sometimes children both hold seminars that help expand the learners knowledge of many different subjects that are really great to know> I will continue...

- submitted by a student
June 16, 2008
I have several children at this school. some of my children have learning disabilities ranging from mild to severe. and some of my children are traditionally considered to be 'gifted'. I have been in awe of the way that the school is able to teach them all! I highly recommend this school to anyone who has a non-traditional learner.

- submitted by a parent
May 27, 2008
This is the end of the second year that my daughter has attended Community Montessori. She loves it so much that she is sad that the year is almost over. I think that the school may not be for everyone, especially people who are used to a more traditional education setting. Children are encouraged to learn about things that interest them, in turn creating a love of learning. If you are not familiar with Montessori, I recommend observing the classes and talking with other parents before enrolling your child. However, our family is beyond happy with the school.

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May 27, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2008
This is an excellent school with the hardest working teachers in the area hands down. These children are taught respect, peace, problem-solving skills and exposed to a wide variety of work. When they first enter Montessori they are taught Science, Culture, Math, Writing, Reading, Sensorial, Practical Life and Geography beginning at three years of age. They also have Music, Art and Yoga to enhance their learning. My children have attended for five years and my son technically in third grade but depending on the subject he is several grades higher. I have observed parents coming and going over the years and the ones who leave do not come to the parent meeting, do not read Montessori books and try to understand the concepts. The children do NOT run wild in the hallways. That is absurd! Come to our school and talk to parents who have had a great experience!

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 26, 2008
This school is horrible. They do a good job emotionally supporting the students but a horrible job educating them. There is no structure and no discipline. You would be better off to home school your children then to send them here. They don't teach basic foundational elements in a child's education. If your child needs to learn to read, write, spell and do basic math...don't expect CMS to do it...they will teach reserach and powerpoint without teaching basic skills first. I would not recommend this school to anyone, even with all the new updates and 'pretty' building. If you want your child educated, keep looking in the community for a better school.

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February 21, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
no rating December 13, 2007
I go to Montessori and I believe it is a great school. I have learned things in the 7th grade that my parents said they didn't learn until 8th or 9th.

- submitted by a student
October 31, 2007
I would not recommend this school! My child's academic performance is at least two grade levels below his peers. The child is expected to teach themselves based on their interest, and the entire program is focused on what the child wants to do (or not do, or is not capable of doing). Discipline is non-existent. They have a 'conversation' with the child. They may have four 'conversations' with a child in a day and see no change in that child's behavior. My experience has been that one teacher spends the entire day 'putting out fires' and the other is left to do 'individualized' learning plans for as many as 34 students. The school has a great philosophy, it's not implemented.

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October 02, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
August 11, 2007
The director cannot take constructive criticism about the school. It is completely without direction. There is no discipline -- anything goes. My child did not learn anything at this school.

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July 28, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
August 23, 2006
My son was a student for 1 semester. Then I pulled him out. Problems were numerous. Discipline was nonexistant. Teachers were oblivious to kids running in hallways, arguing, screaming. Teachers are paid much less there than in other school systems (public info, search it online). Kids were required to do 'jobs'. There was no way to choose the activity. School has no library... There is no homework, almost nothing gets sent home. I was lost trying to learn what he is doing in class. 'Community involvement' was about eating lunch out. I thought it is about library, university. They do not distribute 'Project AHEAD' (IUS enrichment for advanced students) registration in classrooms. I asked a principal to transfer my son to another classroom. She listened and denied. Other kids were transfered. I wish I knew how their parents got it done. It was hard to leave friends. I cried. Glad it is over now.

- submitted by a parent
January 06, 2005
I have two children currently enrolled at CMS. I have never ran into a problem here. The teachers are always able to answer questions. I can contact them by phn, e-mail or in person. I like that they encourage you to be active in the classromm and school. My kids look forward to going to school everyday.

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Community Montessori
4102 Saint Joseph Road, New Albany, IN  47150
(812) 948-1000
Last modified Community Montessori is a Charter school that serves grades K-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 3 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Community Montessori Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 52 reviews.