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"A Day at The Montessori"

 

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Villa Madonna Montessori is a non-profit Montessori School (ages 3-6) sponsored by the Benedictine Sisters of St. Walburg Monastery in Northern Kentucky. Our unique setting is a converted brick barn situated on 200 plus scenic acres overlooking the Ohio River in Villa Hills, Kentucky.

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    About

Villa Madonna Montessori is a non-profit Montessori School (ages 3-6) sponsored by the Benedictine Sisters of St. Walburg Monastery in Northern Kentucky. Our unique setting is a converted brick barn situated on 200 plus scenic acres overlooking the Ohio River in Villa Hills, Kentucky.

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  Villa Madonna Montessori is where I go to school. Villa Madonna Montessori is where I go to play.Villa Madonna Montessori is where it's so much fun to learn.   
— Aayush , Student
  Friday is our favorite day when our son comes home with all of his AMAZING work, such as sewing buttons, making an alphabet book and peace pins! Who knew a 3-year old could do all of that!   
— Marco and Amanda , Parents
  I loved as a parent, knowing that while my children were at school, they were in the best possible hands to nurture and guide their future!!! Thanks!!!   
— Kristen , Parent
  I miss you VMM. I really want you back...Thank you VMM, I have learned a lot.   
— Grayson , VMM Alumnus
  I learned a lot there [VMM]…and my brother? He can already do division and he’s only six.   
— Aidan , VMM Alumnus
  VMM has been an amazing place for Noah. He has not only learned so much about his letters, number, etc. but also about taking care of others - he even did chores at home to raise money for the penny drive to benefit the homeless.   
— Tracie , Parent
  What makes Villa Madonna Montessori so special? The teachers. Their enthusiasm for learning and creativity in the classroom helps my children be the best they can be!   
— Melissa , Parent
  I get to see all my friends. It is not like grade school where you have to sit in a desk all day.   
— Henry , Student