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Our Campuses

 

CONCORD CAMPUS

Birth to 6th Grade

Children at the Concord Campus range from two months to 12 years, making up four communities of students.  The facility sits on 13 acres, including 11 acres of woodland, trails, green space, gardens and a small animal barn.

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HUNTSBURG CAMPUS

7th to 12th Grade

The Huntsburg Campus implements Dr. Montessori’s philosophy on education for adolescents. Students at the Huntsburg Campus include local students as well as residential students from around the world who live on campus full time.

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Our Programs

Parent-Infant

Starting at 2 months

Concord Campus

Young Child

12 to 36 months

Concord Campus

Children's House

3 to 6+ years

Concord Campus

Elementary

6 to 12 years

Concord Campus

Adolescent

12 to 18 years

Huntsburg Campus

Morning and after care options are available at 7:30 a.m. and until 6:00 p.m. Learn More »

Parent-Infant

Starting at 2 months

Concord Campus

Young Child

12 to 36 months

Concord Campus

Children's House

3 to 6+ years

Concord Campus

Elementary

6 to 12 years

Concord Campus

Adolescent

12 to 18 years

Huntsburg Campus
Morning and after care options are available at 7:30 a.m. and until 6:00 p.m. Learn More »
From Our Families
“Hershey Montessori has a more hands on approach to learning most of the same concepts. The lessons they give are more visual. Once presented the information is given to the student and then they’re given the freedom to learn.”
Cameron, Age 15

Student, Huntsburg Campus

“My kids LOVE to go to school. Every parent I speak with says the same thing. They’re learning about things they want to learn about and doing it in a way that makes sense to them. Wouldn’t that be a great way to learn if you looked back on your own education.”
Jane Neubauer

Parent of Hershey Montessori Student

Upcoming Events

 
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Staff Spotlight: Sharyn Laux

Staff Spotlight: Sharyn Laux

This month’s Staff Spotlight features Hershey Montessori School Residential Guide Sharyn Laux. Sharyn grew up a Montessori child and was encouraged by her parents to be herself, to ask questions, to be independent and follow her own path. She has done just that. In...

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Staff Spotlight: Karen Hannan-DeWalt

Staff Spotlight: Karen Hannan-DeWalt

Karen first joined the Hershey family in 1993 as a parent before obtaining her Montessori diploma and starting work at the school in 1998. As a Children’s House guide, Karen’s job is to observe the children’s interests, needs, social interactions, and readiness for lessons. Using these observations, she seeks out the most effective ways to connect children to work that offers just the right amount of challenge to engage their bodies and minds. She wants her students to work toward success and to feel like their presence in and contributions to the community are meaningful. She enjoys supporting the development of good citizens and thoughtful leaders.

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Staff Spotlight: John Buzzard

Staff Spotlight: John Buzzard

This month’s Staff Spotlight features Hershey’s Upper School Humanities Guide, John Buzzard. John grew up in Alabama and has lived in many places, but finally called Ohio home about 7 years ago. He is currently moving from Kamm’s Corner on the east side of Cleveland to Lyndhurst. He is in his 4th year at Hershey Montessori where he loves having the opportunity to work on skills he wouldn’t be able to do anywhere else, like making maple syrup or carving wooden toy cars. His favorite part of working at Hershey is having the opportunity to work with thoughtful and courteous students every day. John is married and loves spending time with his wife and 3 kids (Vivian 12, Caroline 11, Gideon 5) and their dog, Mabel.

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Community News and Updates

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Alumni Spotlight: Sarah (Whitaker) Siems

Alumni Spotlight: Sarah (Whitaker) Siems

In this month’s Alumni Spotlight, we are recognizing Sarah (Whitaker) Siems. Sarah, a native to Concord Township, came to Hershey Montessori School when she was just eighteen months old in our Parent-Infant class. Her dad was the first dad to be in the Parent-Infant...

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Staff Spotlight: Sharyn Laux

Staff Spotlight: Sharyn Laux

This month’s Staff Spotlight features Hershey Montessori School Residential Guide Sharyn Laux. Sharyn grew up a Montessori child and was encouraged by her parents to be herself, to ask questions, to be independent and follow her own path. She has done just that. In...

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Staff Spotlight: Karen Hannan-DeWalt

Staff Spotlight: Karen Hannan-DeWalt

Karen first joined the Hershey family in 1993 as a parent before obtaining her Montessori diploma and starting work at the school in 1998. As a Children’s House guide, Karen’s job is to observe the children’s interests, needs, social interactions, and readiness for lessons. Using these observations, she seeks out the most effective ways to connect children to work that offers just the right amount of challenge to engage their bodies and minds. She wants her students to work toward success and to feel like their presence in and contributions to the community are meaningful. She enjoys supporting the development of good citizens and thoughtful leaders.

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