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 toΒ 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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MSSA ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT
Trevor Antrim (MSSA class of 2010) graduated with a mechanical engineering degree from Colorado School of Mines in 2018 and is currently a field engineer for Fortune 500 firm, Kiewit Corporation, in Newburgh, New York. Since interning with Kiewit as a college student, Trevor has been with the Underground District, which focuses on tunneling. His current project is a one billion dollar contract to restore the NYC water supply by building a new tunnel system from upstate New York, under the Hudson River, and into the city. Trevor credits his Montessori education for instilling in him a desire to always learn and to seek out opportunities for growth.
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MSSA ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT
Trevor Antrim (MSSA class of 2010) graduated with a mechanical engineering degree from Colorado School of Mines in 2018 and is currently a field engineer for Fortune 500 firm, Kiewit Corporation, in Newburgh, New York. Since interning with Kiewit as a college student, Trevor has been with the Underground District, which focuses on tunneling. His current project is a one billion dollar contract to restore the NYC water supply by building a new tunnel system from upstate New York, under the Hudson River, and into the city. Trevor credits his Montessori education for instilling in him a desire to always learn and to seek out opportunities for growth.

The MSSA Jr Volleyball Team had an exciting win today! One more game left in their season 🏐 ... See MoreSee Less

The MSSA Jr Volleyball Team had an exciting win today! One more game left in their season 🏐
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