"Our School is best known for our National Championship Basketball Teams."
Students enrolled 180
Hours 8:30 AM - 3:20 AM
School leader Ken Fentress
Transportation options Yes
Type no info
Preschool capacity 115
Before school Yes
After school Yes

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5100 Randolph Road
Rockville, MD 20852

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(301) 770-5335
(301) 881-7345
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4 stars
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November 08, 2013
College counseling at the school is not strong. As a parent of an upper classman I have seen very little in terms of counseling for upper school. These are very critical years and I desperately need a counselor at the school, who is up in the latest career trends, willing to sponsor workshops, classes, focus groups, and special presentations that focus on job skills and personal development. Arrange job shadowing opportunities, work placements, and community-based learning programs to allow students to directly experience workplace situations. Advise students and parents on high school programs and academic curriculum, sponsoring workshops, classes, focus groups, and special presentations that focus on job skills and personal development. The communication I received from last school year 2012-2013 was very little with regards to any of the areas I mentioned above. MCS this is the one area that needs focus to maintain a strong upper class. The goals for the very important role at MCS need to be measurable in order to yield good results for the students. The new administration is working very hard to turn around things so I hope this is very helpful. God Bless.

- submitted by a parent
October 28, 2013
My child has been with Montrose Christian for several years. He began attending in the Child Development Center. I am very pleased with the love and nurture that he receives at MCS. As Christian parents, the best part of having him at Montrose is knowing that his spirit is fed. He learns a new verse every week and is always excited to share the next Bible story with us. Academically, I am pleased with the approach of the school as well. Because he is ahead of his peers in reading, his teacher provides him with additional materials to help him keep learning at his own pace. I also love that his learning is hands-on. They do a range of experiments and special projects that they display for parents to see. He is enjoying school and learning so much. The work they do at Montrose is remarkable.

- submitted by a parent
October 27, 2013
Excellent school in a warm multicultural community. Outstanding faculty and staff, challenging curriculum, nurturing and loving environment for all students. All around service provided is worth every penny invested. Come see for yourself and join the Montrose Family.

- submitted by a parent
October 01, 2013
Thank God for Montrose! This is truly a uniquely multicultural school that celebrates the backgrounds of each student, parent, and staff member but also celebrates that we are all united in our desire to serve and glorify God in serving others. This is not the first Christian school I have taught in, but it is the best. Is it perfect? No, but the atmosphere is one of seeking to improve every year and be better than the year before not for the glory of the school but for the glory of God.

- submitted by a teacher
September 30, 2013
I am fairly new to the Montrose family and let me tell you, the parents at this school are fantastic. When I came to the school, I was welcomed in with open arms. This is the fourth Christian school I have taught in and these parents are second to none! I have never been in such a positive environment. They cheerfully give of their time and talents to support the school and students whether it is cooking a special Christmas breakfast for the students, selling food at the basketball games, or chaperoning field trips. I love teaching here!

- submitted by a teacher
September 30, 2013
I have been teaching at Montrose Christian School for 35 years. I am also a deacon and 42 year member of Montrose Baptist Church. I am convinced that Montrose currently has the strongest teaching staff we have ever had -- both academically and spiritually. We have had many wonderful teachers over the years, but we have somehow managed to keep improving every year. Under the leadership of Pastor Fentress, we will continue to remain rooted in the Word of God in all that we do.

- submitted by a teacher
September 30, 2013
THIS IS A WONDERFUL SCHOOL! Visit the school and you be the judge. The new administration team is doing a great job and there are positive changes.

- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2013
The school used to be a great school. My daughter attended Montrose for seven years and these seven years I have seen this school going from bad to worse. I am very happy that my daughter no longer goes to Montrose.

- submitted by a parent
August 01, 2013
Montrose Christian School is a GOOD SCHOOL!!!- All that is following Christ must stand the test of time. It meets all of a parents needs - before and after care, hot lunch, diverse student body, followers of Christ, the academic program is above standard, challenging and prepares your student, instill discipline, requires uniform, PTA, field trips, track, cheerleading, band, soccer, tennis, basdketball, chess club, debate team, softball, chorus, fall and spring plays

- submitted by a parent
July 18, 2013
I agree with some of the negative and positive feedback. In the end, parents: when choosing a school for your child please do your homework. Being able to hand pick your child's learning environment (as opposed to attending public school) is such a blessing and a great opportunity to find the right fit. Montrose provides a diverse student body and an intimate setting for the children to learn as it is a small school. At Montrose you have to be an involved parent and, in my opinion, learning starts in the home. Send your kids to school prepared and set the expectation for learning before they walk out the door. I love Montrose and I just want people to remember that every school is not going to be the right fit and Montrose can be the perfect fit for you as it is for our children.

- submitted by a parent
April 25, 2013
Montrose Christian School, Rockville, MD Our child had some excellent teachers during time we were there. However the most recent headmaster is a controlling bully, who has no respect for the students, parents or teachers. The final straw came when I was 10mins late due to an accident. The so called After School Director was rude & reminded me that we needed to enroll for the program. It only clicked when I demanded to know where my child was & she was unable to tell me. We complained to the school & it was not resolved to our satisfaction. There are some very dedicated, caring teachers here, especially in the lower school. After that, they are only concerned with their cash cow of basketball. Do not expect support from the administration unless your ideas are in lock step with head. He claims to be a man of God, but he's one of the least Christian people I've ever met. It's a real shame, but this place has become a laughing stock. The dedication of lower school teachers is no longer enough. We left & haven't regretted out decision.

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2013
This is our 1st yr @ MCS & there r some good & not so good things. Good: christian values, some nice staff & teachers & my child likes it. Bad: uniforms expensive. Favoritism w/ bball players w/ some staff. 4 christain sch that's not good. Ldrshp doesn't address student/staff concern. There have been several complaints about same teachers 4 yrs. but nothing has been done. Some teachers don't seem qualified 2 teach subj, but they still teach. No follow up w/ emails - have 2 cont 2 email them. Some teachers don't use renweb 2 help parents keep up w/ asgnmts yet nobody makes em do it. Kids steal like crazy- strange 4 christian sch. But looks like we'll b bac nx yr. Mayb they'll read the reviews & address the concerns.

- submitted by a parent
January 28, 2013
I have two kids going to this school and can't agree with the comments more. The school shows very little respect to parents. We, as parents, are not supposed to ask anything and the teacher seems to know very little about the school's administration too. When my sons (in different grades and classes) need to go to field trip, no one even knows when would they return until the morning that I dropped them off in school. It looks like to me no suggestion is welcome too when I made a causal comment about the classroom orientation. The officials heard it and just turned serious looking and said everything there is lawful. I wasn't really saying it's "unlawful" but I was just saying maybe the kids would like it better if something is organized in another way. Not too happy about the school honestly. I have heard so many good comments and recommandations before I came here and ever since the administration changes, the school is totally different from what I have heard.

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2012
I am praying for MCS to communicate better with parents about the changes in administration and course room curriculum better. My child has attended since 1st grade. The Christian values and the commitment to train our children to know God is still important to my family. Academics is a major component as well and I feel MCS will continue to make that a priority for the children that attend the school. There is no perfect school so I would suggest new parents to understand that a private school will require a commitment from you to make sure your child is in a learning environment that is best suited for your child's learning style and family values.

- submitted by a parent
March 28, 2012
This is the 2nd year that my son is in this school. The school administration is the worst ever. No communication at all and no respect to teachers and parents. Besides the 20% increase in tuition last year, 99% of activities (some are supposed to be church activities) involves some kind of fees now (and it was not like this before). There are teacher leaving the school every single month. And my son (and other kids) are being put to other ages classroom every once a while. Many new teachers don't even have experience and half of the time in the school this year, my son is doing nothing at school. Very disappointed. And my son is going to another school this fall.

- submitted by a parent
February 20, 2012
The aministration has very little respect for the parents. Little or no information was given to the parents intime before they where hit by the media while picking up thier kids. No warning,,nothing. Fees at the school are not transparent. So while there is an open house I am praying potential parents look at this website and read all the feed back. What you will find are consistent compliants about lack of communication. You pay for the private school experience but the adminstration does not partner with parents. Several of the middle school families are migrating out for 2012-2013 school year. What MSC will not do is ask why or even have an exit interview.

- submitted by a parent
October 26, 2011
I am an alumni of Montrose and my daughter started going to Montrose this year. Although there have been changes in the administration and the student body demographics over the years, Montrose Christian School still has the same heart. The love and respect of the teachers for their pupils remains steadfast. The goal of Christian education in our society today remains foremost important to the administration. Thank you, Montrose Christian School, for letting me drop my daugther off every day, knowing that she will be educated and edified by Christian teachers and administrators who genuinely care about her.

- submitted by a parent
August 30, 2011
9th Grade was our first year attending Montrose, I loved it! I tell all my friends about this wonderful God Sent to me school. Small school and big HEARTS!

- submitted by a parent
June 13, 2011
I am a little confused. All of these comments refer to the "new" administration. Are you talking about the one that just left or the pastorial office that will complete the take over in the fall? Why haven't we been notified about the change?

- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2011
Our family has been affiliated with Montrose Christian School for the last 17 years (or more). The school has sustained many blows, and the Lord continues to protect the children (old and new). The new administration seems committed to the spiritual and educational growth of the students. They foster love and command excellence in the work of the students. My prayer is that they will continue to grow and obtain additional educational resources to improve the quality of education received on all levels. Many blessings to the MCS staff and students. This school is far from perfect, but name one school (private and public) that is perfect. My prayers will remain with the school's administration, teachers, parents, and students.

- submitted by a parent
May 28, 2011
For the comment regarding OLD parent mentally vs NEW parent mentally. Old parent mentally says the children should have read and completed more then two books for Literature in middle school this year. OLD parent mentally asked where are the grades from last summers reading list. But with all this we work things out with teachers and the adminstration. Additionally, we have expectations for the amount of tuition that is required. Remember the OLD parents have funded the school for many years and believe me will not be there today if tuition is not paid. Without the so called "OLD" MCS would not be here today for the "NEW". So, for the "NEW" parent that made the comment be wiser and talk to the OLDER MCS family. You may actually learn something. Don't make statements that divide the MCS family. Perhaps you dont belong instead. God Bless.

- submitted by a parent
May 28, 2011
My daughter has been at Montrose for 4 years and loves going to school. She has loved all of her teachers and the teachers have excellent control of their classrooms. The new headmaster is making a lot of positive changes in the school. I wish they would notify the parents at least a month in advance of upcoming activities, so parents can make arrangements at work and are able to attend. I also hope the financial administration starts responding to emails. Even if they don't know the answer to the question they could at least let you know they are trying to find out the answer. I have been impressed by the caring, nurturing, and encouraging environment at Montrose. I am also grateful that they teach the kids how to respect one another and their teacher.

- submitted by a parent
May 14, 2011
I am a parent and am still hesitating about high school for my son. I had my reservations bcse of negative comments heard about MCS the past 10 years, but decided to take a look for myself because my boss has his 2 kids in the school and does not stop raving about the school. Of the 4 christian schools I visited, MCS seems to have the most dedicated body of directors and teachers. They have taken a very positive turn. I must say their curriculum offers more AP than the other schools I have checked and I am very impressed. I am talking with parents of kids in the school and although they are the first to admit that the school is not perfect, they think it is a god school.

- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2011
We will continue to trust MCS with our kids! This school has been where our children have grown to be wonderful young adults and we are blessed to watch them grow. The school has also grown up alot with some major changes (positive) in academics, staff, and administration. There are a few teachers that stick out as trouble but for the most part we know that our kids are getting a solid christian education and exposure to other kids from ALL over the world. No other christian school in the DMV can match what MCS has.

- submitted by a parent
May 10, 2011
We are pleased and excited about the future of this school. Our child enjoys the school and the diversity that it offers. As stated in another post the opportunity to meet people from all over the world is found here at Montrose, as well as the new and aggressive curriculum for the school. Our family has had fun participating in events like the Family Olympics and the Outdoor Movie Night on the lawn. BEWARE that there are a lot of weeds in this growing garden such as many parents who try to get away with not paying the school tuition, fees etc but try to bully the school, teachers, and administration. If you come here be prepared to fight the old parent mentality for it is a known problem at the school and many of us new parents are working for change and making it happen! Our child has grown in maturity under the teachers and new administration. We look forward to the growing school spirit and pride in the CHRISTIAN education and conduct.

- submitted by a parent
May 06, 2011
After reading all the positive and some not so positive comments about Montrose Christian school I'm extremely happy and relieved that the children and parents of those disgruntled families have left and or going. In the garden of life Montrose is an oak and the weeds must go. My son continues to have a very favorable experience at Montrose from CDC to 1st grade, and we look forward to more years..thank you Montrose Staff , Teachers and Administration

- submitted by a parent
May 02, 2011
We are very happy with the Lower School teachers, academics are strong and challenging, there is art and not only basketball, discipline is enforced and "Christian" is not just the middle of the school name but also a focus of the teaching here. Communication is sometimes missing or last minute especially regarding activities that requires parents's attendance. I'm also a little puzzled by the number of family members of the staff that seem to be employed by the school.

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2011
Montrose Christian is truly NOT a good school or at least part of it. The lower school has great teachers that care about the quality of an education. However, run when you get to the upper school! Very little teaching happens within what should be core classes. As for the high school, the teachers are not preparing the students for college. Teachers, in some classes, are providing test/quiz answers to the students prior to their tests. I was amazed when I found this to be true. When you question the education that is not being received, ask to see grades on what should be updated periodically, or try to get any information, you are considered a trouble maker. This is not a school, but rather a business. Do not be late on a tuition payment or your child will be removed from the class until the payment is current. Montrose, if you are doing so well and think of yourself as "excellent" (administrative buzz word) post the PSAT and SAT scores. I know that the institution needs to make money, but that should not be the focus. This site is to compare MCS to other local schools. Do it before you send your son/daughter here. MCS, here is the posting that was asked for.

- submitted by a parent
April 28, 2011
Montrose Christian is truly a "great school" . As with anything there is room for improvement, but I happily send my child and will continue to do so. The environment is generally caring and true to the mission.

- submitted by a parent
April 15, 2011
We are definitely pleased with our childrens progress at Montrose. The school has really beafed up on their academics and the new principal is doing a fantastic job. The christian education is great and that is one of the reasons we chose a christian school. I am glad that we decided to wait it out.

- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2011
I was just telling another parent that the school has a very exciting Music program. The kids watch the music teacher practice for his Apollo show appearance in class. While the band has only made two appearances the entire school year, the teacher seems to be working very hard at his own agenda. Oh, there would have been a third appearance for the band but the teacher decided he should perform solo instead at Maryland during a game. Wil at least the kids can be motivated by watching him.

- submitted by a parent
March 29, 2011
My daughter started at Montrose Child Development Center at 3 years old. She is now upstairs in Montrose Christian School in the 3rd grade class. My husband and I are extremely pleased with the care and education that she is receiving. The faculty and staff couldn't be better. I am so impressed how advanced the students are compared to public school. The classes are smaller so there is plenty of one on one interaction. No student is ignored. There is a zero tolerance for bad behavior or bullying. The enviornment is safe for all children. Christian values are highly important to my family and seeing our daughter put forth what she has learned makes us so proud as parents and as Christians. As with any private school there is tuition. However it is an investment in our daughter's future. Reality is you get what you pay for and you truly get your money's worth at this school. Academically it exceeds all expectations. Montrose is a extended family to all students and parents. I could not be more proud to say that we are apart of Montrose Christian School and we look forward to a bright future.

- submitted by a parent
March 22, 2011
We are pleased and will re-enroll next year. This was the first year my child has attended this school and we are all happy with it. This school does live up to the name Montrose "Christian" School. We are not "strict" Christians but we do value Christian values and that MCS is serious about the Christian faith and academics. There are many who don't agree with the seriousness of the "Christian" culture and try to fight it. I would rather take my child to MCS than a luke warm private school or wild public school. We are glad to be apart of the new era for MCS where the administration runs the school professionally and not the "good-old" parent club that has been there for years. Again, it has been a great choice for my child and despite complaints of increase of tuition you can t beat the COST or find the quality of education, teachers, and students in the Metro DC area.

- submitted by a parent
March 21, 2011
My family has been at Montrose for 8 years. The school has gone through a few changes, but I must say that the recent administration is the BEST. The commitment to accademic excellence is unbelievable. The Montrose family is truely a family. If you are looking for a truely Christ-Centered environment with strong education for your kids, you must consider Montrose. We love it and our kids Love it more.

- submitted by a parent
March 21, 2011
I am 100% sure that the last 5 comments are written by the administrative personals. Based on my experience in the preschool the only good thing about Montrose is absolutely nothing, with the exception of some teachers. The tuition has increased by 18% but the quality decreased by 110%. I have registered my kids because I want them to be raised in a Christian environment, but sadly, Christianity only appears in the name of the school. Her are only some of the problems in the preschool: broken toys in the classrooms, dirty classrooms, and the play grounds are totally a mess (They have been asking parents to donate money to fix the play grounds for years and as of today we don t know where the money went if the playgrounds only getting worse. Finally if you really care about your child don t attempt to get near this daycare center.

- submitted by a parent
March 21, 2011
This school is a bussiness. They dont care about academics. How can you have an English class that has only assigned One book and this is the end of March already. Soda machines where installed without parents ok. But then again, thats what a bussiness would do. They ask the parents for money over 10 times this year for several things. They charge the parents for everything. I am looking for an email from then soon about charging for tolet paper for my child. No joke. If you want your child to be above the rest run from Montrose. They will only keep increasing the tuition and the teachers in middle and high school will not teach your child . Run Run Run Run

- submitted by a parent
February 27, 2011
Loving, caring christian environment with an emphasis on academics and christian service. Over the past two years, the school has made tremendous improvements. The Lower School teachers are wonderful and there have been several positive changes in the Lower School overall from the new curriculm and to introducing Latin in the 3rd grade. The small class sizes throughout the school are also a plus. Thanks to teachers like Mrs. Day, the Upper School program has also seen tremendous improvement and the students seem genuinely happy to be a part of the Montrose family. The Headmaster is making great strides in the academic program, facility improvements and communication and outreach to the parents.

- submitted by a parent
February 11, 2011
I am a new parent of a Montrose Student. I researched the DC area quite extensively to find a school that I could afford and that would provide my daughter with a sound education. The teachers are wonderful. Especially Mrs. Day. She provides a fun and progressive platform for the kids to learn and grow without compromising the curriculum. My daughter could probably exceed at any school. But Montrose is a safe, diverse and sound academic school. All of what we look for in a school. In closing, I've read that Montrose is all about their basketball team. "Not the case". It's a small school so they support their basketball team. However, their academic standards have not been reduced to accommodate basketball. The players are held to the same standards and often you'll see some of them on the "Dean's List". So if you're looking to invest into your child having a well rounded school experience, Montrose is a great choice.

- submitted by a parent
January 18, 2011
I am the parent of a student at Montrose Christian. In the short time my son has been at the school I can honestly say that I am impressed with the new direction of the schools leadership and the positive school environment. This is one of the most diverse schools I have found in the area. The teachers are nurturing but also firm with raising the academic standards for my son. I recommend Montrose to any parent that is looking for a positive Christian and nurturing academic environment for their children.

- submitted by a parent
January 27, 2010
I have been a parent at Montrose for 3 years. This year we have seen some significant impovements in the academics, culture and the administration. We are planning to return next year. If you are looking for a school to get involved in this is the school for your family.

- submitted by a parent
January 01, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
no rating August 04, 2009
Terrible school in so many ways. From the top down, meaning the Senior Pastor, it is a stern, rude, unsensitive place. There are some good teacher, that is true. But run for the hills because the Pastor and Administration has plenty of guile.

- submitted by a parent
no rating July 15, 2009
School's priority is basketball. Some curriculums are strong. Administration is below average, some are unprofessional and unapprochable. Child development center is uninspiring, boring, outdated, and dirty.

- submitted by a community member
June 14, 2009
The Administration leaves a lot to be desired. 3 Headmasters in a year and a half. they do not have a lower school principal, a high school principal, an admissions clerk. Teachers in lower school are great. They are what keep the students returning.They are not given the credit they deserve. 'Ask and you shall receive' - not here! Everything is a secret, parents are not informed as they should be. Requests for information from budget to test scores are ignored. Basket ball is #1 priority that does not at all financially benefit Montrose. This needs to change. Vetters basketball could improve the gym. Education should be top priority. Discipline is not standard, special consideration given to children of employees. We will pray that Montrose can overcome these issues so that this can become a better school.

- submitted by a parent
August 09, 2008
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- submitted by a student
May 10, 2008
My children currently attends Montrose. They have good full time teachers. Academic is above average, but great emphasis on sports. So if your child is not so inclined, look somewhere else. Discipline is an issue with some classes. Administration is unresponsive to matters brought to their attention. Communication with parents is poor. The new headmaster was hired few months ago. If he wants to turn the school around, he should be serious in improving parent communication and encourage parent involvement in their education, and have stronger student discipline. Otherwise quality of education just depends on which teachers your kid get. It has been frustrating.

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 26, 2008
My daughter has been going to Montrose since 1st grade. I am amazed at how close the teachers are with the children. The class size are good. Each student gets the attention they need. In addtion there are TAs for each class.

- submitted by a parent
October 11, 2007
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- submitted by a student
September 23, 2007
Montrose provides a common sense approach to children and their behavior. They are not expected to behave like robots, but, they do have expectations to follow school instructions and policies. They aren't looking to do away with kids, but, explore your childs attitudes and personality to assist them in making the correct decisions. I highly recommend it. Plus they make no apologies for being a Christian school and uphold the discipline!

- submitted by a parent
December 19, 2006
As a former school parent, I can say that if you are seeking spiritual teaching at the expense of advanced academic instruction, then consider Montrose. Since leaving, our children have received better educations in public and Catholic schools without suffering spiritually. Active involvement in church children's and youth programs is essential, anyway. The teachers try hard, but for the brightest students at least, you can find much stronger academic programs. For older students, the athletic programs are worthwhile pretty much only if your kids are already basketball stars before they come to Montrose. Discipline, in my experience, is mostly words and little significant action.

- submitted by a parent
March 28, 2006
I am very pleased with my experience with Montrose. It has a great, loving Christian family-like environment that you can feel when you walk through the halls. It is so small that everyone knows everyone, and teachers and administrators inform parents about what is going on with the kids. The principal of the upper school is great and very responsive, when issues arise, they are promptly taken care of.

- submitted by a parent
March 01, 2006
We have two daughters at Montrose, grades 10th and 11th. This is their first year and they are very excited about what they've experienced thus far. We are very impressed with the advanced placement courses that are offered in addition to the diversity of the school. I'm especially excited because I see the godly love that the teachers and staff exhibit towards our children. My children are proud of their school and look forward to going everyday. It is my prayer that the Lord will continue to bless Montrose in years to come.

- submitted by a parent
January 30, 2006
Montrose has great diversity unfortunately thats the only good thing I can say. The work is very repetitious and they don't discipline the lower school for misconduct. Instead they cover it up to protect their good image. Discipline starts at an early age and if not addressed will only get worse.

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2005
I am a new student at Montrose Christian School and I love the environment. The work is hard (as it should be) but the classes are fun. All of the teachers are nice and the students as well. They offer a wide variety of electives and extracurricular activiteis. They also expect nothing less than your best. I believe MCS (especially the high school) is a great environment for all students. (We have students from all around the world!) I love this school, especially since I've seen the other bad side of schooling at my last school.

- submitted by a student
July 31, 2005
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- submitted by a student
May 04, 2005
Montrose Christian School is a wonderful school however, I feel the academic program could be upgraded. They do a lot of reviewing of the prior year work which I think is a total waste of the childs time. The atmosphere is exactly what I was looking for for my children (wonderful student conduct, christian studies, sports, excellent musicial studies). I just wish the teachers were more strict and the academic studies were a little more advanced. My son is currently in the 1st grade and I wonder if he is on a level that is challenging enough for him.

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July 04, 2004
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- submitted by a student
February 23, 2004
Montrose Christian School is a great school we love it , the teachers are great and they care for the students , my children feel Montrose is another home.

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Montrose Christian School
5100 Randolph Road, Rockville, MD  20852
(301) 770-5335
Last modified Montrose Christian School is a Private school that serves grades PK-12
Montrose Christian School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 58 reviews.