Some artists wait entire lifetimes before seeing their art displayed in a gallery, but thanks to the McNay Spotlight program, MSSA students were able to see their art on display during the pandemic. The MSSA students’ String Sculptures exhibit went up in May of 2020 and have been continuously on display since. The exhibit has … Read more
During Spring Break, Loghan Mehta raised money to feed 70,000 local families by participating in a 4x4x48 Challenge with the San Antonio Food Bank. Beginning Friday, March 5 at 10pm, Loghan rode his bike four miles, every four hours for 48 hours and raised $10,000 by asking friends, family and neighbors to donate to his … Read more
Harini Logan will participate in the Scripps National Spelling Bee Preliminaries this June on ESPN 3. Logan became the Brauntex Bee champion, San Antonio’s regional spelling bee competition, in March and received a perfect score on the Scripps National Spelling Bee online district-level test. Harini has been participating in spelling bees since she was in … Read more
The Montessori School of San Antonio Middle School performed the musical adaptation of the groundbreaking, Tony Award-winning musical Into the Woods JR. The musical retelling of classic Brothers Grimm fables featuring all of your favorite characters — Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack (and his beanstalk) and the Witch.
On May 18, 2021 the Montessori School of San Antonio’s Middle School students delivered their Passion Presentations to parents. The students spent weeks researching topics they are passionate about and shared an oral presentation on the subjects lasting upwards of 20 minutes! Students included the historical backgrounds of their topic, explored the real world math … Read more
“The land is where our roots are. The children must be taught to feel and live in harmony with the Earth.” – Maria Montessori On May 15, the Upper Elementary community volunteered at the San Antonio Food Bank. Students, their families, and teachers worked together to help with the harvesting of onions. Fifth year student … Read more
As I reflect on my 29 years here at “The Montessori School of San Antonio” formerly known as “The Judson Montessori School”, I think of the students which are now adults and are now my friends. They still remember their time here After-School Care. The Morgan Building which became Cottage and now Child Care holds … Read more
I’ve had the pleasure of teaching here at MSSA, going on fifteen years. I get asked all the time from new families or people not familiar with MSSA- what is one thing that impresses me most about our school? Here is always my answer: It is not unusual for one to have a special connection … Read more