Flint has it. And it's free.
Montessori is a learning method that can be used throughout early childhood, elementary and secondary school. Families in Flint, MI now have access to a free, public choice to for Montessori education in pre-kindergarten and elementary school through the Flint Community Schools Montessori program at Durant Tuuri Mott.
Whether your family already knows and loves Montessori education or whether you are curious about an option for school that offers hands-on learning, and freedom of choice (within limits), this is a resource for you to learn more about Montessori education in Flint.
Elementary Applications Available Now for 2019-20!
To be eligible for the elementary program, students must be 5 years old by December 1, 2019 and live in Genesee County. (Current Flint Montessori students do not need to re-apply.) Complete the application online or visit the Flint Community Schools Administration Building (923 E. Kearsley St.) for a hard copy application. Applications received after May 1 to be considered based on availability.
What Do We Mean by "Public Montessori?"
Montessori for Flint has worked with Flint Community schools to define precisely what that means for the Flint Montessori program. You can review our "Program Expectations for Montessori Classrooms" here.