Huntsburg Campus: The FarmA truly exceptional life and learning environment, serving adolescents ages 12 to 18 years.
The Huntsburg Campus has a working farm, residential housing, program barns, bio-shelter and classroom buildings on 97 acres of predominantly wooded land.
The Huntsburg Campus is the first school of its kind to fully implement Dr. Montessori’s philosophy on education for adolescents. Dr. Montessori understood that adolescence is a time of intense preparation for adult life, and as such, requires focused study on how humans live and work together.
In addition to engaging in a college-preparatory curriculum including math, science, history, language and arts, staff at the Huntsburg Campus guide students to gain experience in life skills, including: public speaking, entrepreneurship, cooking, working with fellow students and managing a budget.
The student experience at The Huntsburg campus is truly unique and must be observed to gain full understanding. We invite you to visit our campus to learn more.
The Adolescent Community at Huntsburg
Programs at the Huntsburg Campus serve students from 12 to 18 years
As students interact on the farm and in their local community, they understand how society is organized and learn division of labor. Compassion, diplomacy and collaboration skills are developed through experiencing human interdependence. Relationships with animals, plants and the planet are also emphasized, as the importance of sustainability is personally experienced.
North American Montessori Teachers' Assocation
Hershey Montessori School hosts two weeks of the NAMTA Orientation Course for teachers of adolescence and has become a world renowned model for Montessori education as a result of our Adolescent Program.
Visit Hershey Montessori
The student experience at The Huntsburg Campus is truly unique and must be observed to gain full understanding. We invite you to visit our campus to learn more.