Rogers Park Montessori School, located in the Andersonville neighborhood, serves children ages two through eighth grade (2-14).
Established in 1966
Inherent within the Montessori philosophy of education is a cooperative community that respects the individuality of each child by acknowledging and exploring differences among us. Rogers Park Montessori School is committed to creating and maintaining a diverse school population and an environment that shares differences of gender, race, religion, family structure, socioeconomic level, culture, age, sexual orientation, language, physical and learning styles.
Education based on the principles of Maria Montessori. RPMS has a very strong Arts program including Music, Drama and Art. Our children also have Spanish classes 3 or 4 times per week. Other co-curriculars include Physical Education and Library classes.
Rogers Park Montessori School is a community where human differences are acknowledged and celebrated. RPMS seeks students and families who share our educational and philosophical vision and who bring a multi-cultural and diverse experience to our classrooms. Rogers Park Montessori School strives to create an enriched environment so children are inspired to reach their highest potential using the Montessori philosophy of education. This fosters a strong sense of community and respect for self, others, and the environment, which builds a strong academic foundation for a lifetime of learning.
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