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August 27

HOS Welcome

Dear Parents,

It is with excitement and enthusiasm that I welcome you to the 2014-15 school year!  In connecting with many of you over the past few months, I am inspired by your appreciation of and commitment to the Princeton Montessori School.  For those whom I have not yet met, I look forward to doing so at the upcoming school events.  Please also feel free to also stop by to say hello when you are in the building.  

The administrative team and I look forward to providing support to the programs, families, and staff as the year begins.  I am also excited to work closely with our exceptional teachers as we lead the way in delivering the very best Montessori education to our families.  Our faculty look forward to creating dynamic learning experiences that instill curiosity, strengthen skills, and create a life-long love of learning in each of our students, from infants through adolescents.

As we head into the school year, I will look for opportunities to bring our community closer through meaningful parent involvement and enriching experiences for our children.  Enhancing the partnership between our supportive parents and our dedicated staff will keep the School vibrant and innovative as we move into the next chapter of our school’s history.

It is my honor to take the helm of Princeton Montessori School and PCTE as we continue leading the way in providing the highest quality of education within a vibrant, passionate community.  I believe in the beauty of our dreams for this beloved school and so look forward to working together in building our future!

Warm Regards, 

Michelle Morrison


New Offering

We are pleased to announce that it is now possible for you to register your elementary child with TGA Golf for weekly golf lessons held here at school.

The program is open to students in Junior I and Junior II and will be held on Friday and Sundayafternoons. There is an optional Open House on Sunday September 21 at 2:00 pm.

Classes will be held in the Vitality gym or outside, depending on the weather. All equipment will be provided, including a TGA Handbook, a hat, and a water bottle. No experience is necessary.  

About TGA Golf
TGA is the only national golf program for in-school instruction. It has been created by golfprofessionals and education experts to include lessons that are fun, safe, dynamic, and character-building.

Instruction is age-appropriate. Students progress at their own pace through five levels with a ratio of approximately 1:4 instructors to students. Assistant instructors are carefully selected by TGA Mercer owners Stuart and Winnie Woody.

For more information and to register visit:


Baby & MeAges 0-14 months

Classes on Tuesday mornings

Toddler & Me - Ages 14-30 months

Classes on Thursday afternoons

Music Together - Ages 0-4 years

Classes on Monday and Wednesday mornings

Little Kicks Soccer - Ages 18 months to 6 years

Classes on Thursday evening and Saturday morning

Firefly Tennis Program - Ages 3 to 8 years

Classes on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons

Jody Wood Acting Studio - Ages Middle School and up

Classes on Saturday mornings

August 21

Welcome Back Social


All families are asked to bring a canned or boxed non-perishable food item to benefit the Crisis Ministry in Trenton. This organization has been helping families through their hunger prevention, homelessness prevention and workforce training in Mercer County. Last year alone, Crisis Ministries serviced 3,500 households through their hunger prevention program in Mercer County.

Cash donations will also be accepted (Checks should be made out to: The Crisis Ministry).

Thank you so much for your contribution and support of the School Community Service Outreach Project.

August 08

Primary SummerQuest Olympics! Fun events focused around this year’s summer theme, “Our Five Senses”.

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Congratulations Class of 2014


The 8th grade Graduation and Primary Recognition ceremony was a wonderfully happy yet poignant event.  Each of the 8th grade graduates gave a speech based on a virtue they chose that reflected their individual personality, and later they all participated in a Rock Band performance. The Primary students first sang What a Wonderful World for their family and friends. They then stepped forward one at a time as Mrs. Gerstacker read aloud their “I Am” poem which they had written in class prior to the event. The Primary students are now ready to transition to elementary, and in September the Class of 2014 will head off to various high schools.

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