One of the central principles we practice at Magnolia Montessori is the Wildflower principle of equity. Toward that end, we intentionally build community with families we think best support the school in expressing its purpose, regardless of families' financial means. Therefore, we intentionally reserve at least two scholarship spots per year for desirable families with limited monetary resources. Please help us make our community the strongest it can be by supporting students we need so that they can participate in our school!
working to create diverse, inclusive learning environments that work for justice as the foundation of peace
Wildflower schools exist within the context of the segregation and inequity of our communities and society, and where there is no justice, there can be no lasting peace. As Montessorians, we believe children’s unique capacity to adapt to their environment makes childhood the key to the long-term improvement of society and our greatest hope for a more peaceful world. We cultivate that capacity in schools that include people of different racial, ethnic and economic backgrounds and seek out ways to make our schools more accessible to all families; we celebrate diversity and foster inclusivity; and, we consider the unique opportunities and challenges facing every child and commit to giving each student what they need to find their purpose and fulfill their potential. We recognize the significance of this undertaking, and we work to transform ourselves, our school communities and our broader society to bring about our vision for justice and peace.