OUR PARENTS ARE OUR BEST AMBASSADORS.

“We have nothing but positive things to say about MSD. Our children have and continue to thrive. “
Primary and Kindergarten Parent

“We are so happy and proud to be a part of MSD.”
Primary Parent

“I feel so blessed my daughter landed in such a caring environment.”
Primary Parent

“We will miss MSD (when we move to California), the wonderful staff and teachers, and the community so very much. We have loved being a part of MSD and truly appreciate all that our children have learned/gained/grown by being there.”
Primary, Kindergarten, and Lower Elementary Parent

“Our teachers are outstanding- the best I’ve ever seen and we feel incredibly fortunate that they taught our child. They care so deeply about their students and are committed, knowledgeable, and loving.  MSD is an awesome school- we truly love it.“
Lower and Upper Elementary Parent

“MSD did a wonderful job of sparking a love for learning and our daughter loves her teachers, the school and community. She has grown socially emotionally, and academically during her time at MSD, for which we will always be grateful.“
Upper Elementary Parent

“We are delighted with our daughter’s change in attitude about school, and I credit it all to the Montessori School of Denver.  She learned wonderful relationship skills and problem-solving skills at MSD, and has maturity beyond her peers when it comes to making good decisions and seeing a situation objectively.  Interpersonal relationships are still her focus in school, but she did the work necessary to keep her grades up, and she took initiative to communicate with her teachers and to get caught up when she fell behind.  This was a dramatic change from the discouraged student who had all but given up on school when she started at MSD after 5 years in the public school system. You are doing great things. Thank you for making a lifelong difference for our daughter.”
Upper Elementary Parent

“The past couple of years, when I would pick my daughter up from her former school, she was always very down. I would ask, "How was your day? Good, great or awesome?" Her answer would always be, "None. I didn't have a good day." It was always something; a bullying issue, boredom or frustration with teachers not answering her questions.  Now, I pick her up from school at MSD and I ask, "How was your day? Good, great or awesome?" So far, everyday the answer has been, "Awesome!" Oh that is music to my ears! She has told me learning is fun. The teachers are always available to help and answer her questions. The best part, she is making lots of new friends! After chaperoning at Keystone this week, I was so impressed how welcoming all of the children were to the "new girl." There were no "clicks" among the girls. All of them were so inviting to each other during activities and very helpful and compassionate throughout the trip. My daughter had a blast! I am so relieved that I made the right decision to move her when I did.”
Upper Elementary Parent