Miami Montessori believes that empowering children to learn and discover is an important part of their education.
 

Imagine a school where students learn as much from their experiences as they do from the teachers.


See why so many families in the Dayton area have trusted their child's education to Miami Montessori.

Discover how the Montessori method, developed over 100 years ago, allows a child's intrinsic curiosity to drive their education. 

Visit Miami Montessori, where social discovery and emotional growth are on equal par with academic learning.

 
 
Kelly Gilbert attended Miami Montessori from 1986 to 1993. and attained an M.A. in Child Study and Education. An avid reader, music fan and traveler, Kelly credits much of her success in life to her Montessori education.
I’ve always loved learning and actually grew up thinking school was fun, she says. Because Montessori students are able to choose what materials they work with, they are empowered from a young age to become the stewards of their own educational journey. With that freedom comes a sense of personal responsibility and self-discipline, an intrinsic motivation to persevere and problem-solve.
— Kelly (Gilbert) Endert
Jeremy Somerson is an Orthopaedic Surgery resident in San Antonio, Texas. He attended the Miami Montessori School from 1989 to 1995 and says that his time at The Miami Montessori School fostered intellectual curiosity that has guided him through life. “Montessori education gives you the freedom to develop independent thought and learn at your own pace.
— Jeremy Somerson
Patrick Cullis attended Purdue University where he earned a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. After college he went to work for The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) where he helps develop and maintain a variety of climate-monitoring equipment. His work has taken him around the world, from the South Pacific to Greenland. In 2009 he spent a year at the South Pole where he fostered a passion for astronomical photography. His photographs of stars, auroras, galaxies and nebula are regularly featured on blogs and in newspapers, and many of his photos and videos are on display at his website. Patrick attended Miami Montessori in Troy, Ohio from 1986 to 1995 and he currently lives in Boulder, Colorado.
— Patrick Cullis
 
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Miami Montessori School Location

86 Troy Town Drive

Troy, Ohio 45373

School Hours

Preschool

Mon – Fri, 8 am – 3 pm

Elementary

Mon – Fri, 8 am – 3 pm

Contact the Directress

Sharon Prias

937.339.0025

sharonprais@aol.com

 
 
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