ONE STUDENT AT A TIME.

INSTILLING A LOVE OF LEARNING

ONE STUDENT AT A TIME.

INSTILLING A LOVE OF LEARNING

Welcome to The Montessori School of San Antonio

Where we guide children to be passionate learners, independent thinkers, and engaged citizens.

History

The Montessori School of San Antonio was founded as the Judson School – a Montessori Workshop in 1974 by Gay and Jim Judson. That year, 18 Primary level students (aged 3 to 6) attended classes in space leased from Asbury United Methodist Church on San Pedro Avenue. After the school expanded to three sections of Primary students, it began to serve older children as well, adding its first section of Lower Elementary in 1981 and Upper Elementary in 1985. Pressed for space, in 1986 the rapidly-expanding school found a new home at 705 Trafalgar, the current location of the Alamo Heights Tennis Center. That same year the school added its first Middle School class.

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Our Facilities Department oversaw the construction of an additional 1,200 square feet of shaded area on our campus.

The addition of three multi-purpose shaded structures means students will have more options for eating outside to maintain social distance.

The structures will also provide a nice break from the sun when competitive sports return for our campus.
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MSSA is celebrating our student artwork during National Arts in Education Week.

The arts are an essential part of a complete education, whether made in the home, school, or community...

Celebrating National Arts in Education Week is a way to recognize this impact and share the message with friends, family, and communities. For more information visit: www.americansforthearts.org/by-program/networks-and-councils/arts-education-network/tools-resourc...
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