Saint Mary Catholic Elementary School: Saint Mary's Catholic Elementary School in Middlebury, Vermont serves children from 20 towns within Addison County, pre-kindergarten through sixth grade. Saint Mary's Catholic School is located in the heart of Middlebury Vermont. Our 4 ½ acre campus affords us plenty of room for work and play. St. Mary’s uses a curriculum approved by the Diocese and offers the students a well-rounded educational program
Preschool through 6th Grade Programs - subjects include:
- Language Arts (Reading,Writing, Spelling, Phonics & Penmanship)
- Health, Social Studies
Situated on the outskirts of Coolidge State Forest in Central Vermont, Farm & Wilderness Foundation operates six residential summer camps and one day camp serving children ages 4-17. Our Day Camp program is for kids ages 4-10, while our traditional residential camps are designed for boys and girls ages 9-17.
At Farm & Wilderness summer camps, we focus on community, home grown fun and living closely with the natural world.
Campers have the woods, lakes and fields of central Vermont as their playground, classroom and home. Our camps use 4,000 secluded acres.
Cathedral High School, located in Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, is a four-year college preparatory, co-educational regional Catholic high school offering Grade 9-12 college preparatory programs augmented by fine arts, business and technology classes. Inherent in the mission of Cathedral High School are the beliefs that each student is unique and has a need for developing spiritually, intellectually, and physically, that students learn in a variety of ways, and that different students are gifted with different types of intelligences. Cathedral High School is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).
Milton Academy is a private, preparatory, co-educational K-12 boarding and day school, located in Milton in Norfolk County, just 8 miles south of Boston, MA. Milton’s goal is to help students embrace a world larger than the one they know, to broaden their grasp of that world, and to deepen their understanding of themselves.
Milton Academy cultivates in its students a passion for learning and a respect for others. Embracing diversity and the pursuit of excellence, we create a community in which individuals develop competence, confidence and character. Our active learning environment, in and out of the classroom, develops creative and critical thinkers, unafraid to express their ideas, prepared to seek meaningful lifetime success and to live by our motto, "Dare to be true."
Nestled in the historic district of the shire town of Middlebury at the base of the Green mountains, Mary Johnson Children's Center is a leader in early childhood education both in Addison County and in Vermont state. The Center is home to several programs which support children and families.
Reflecting the goals of its founders, the Center strives to meet the needs of working parents and families who use the Center to represent the economic and cultural diversity of our community.
Conveniently situated at the corner of Woodford and Nevens Street in Portland, Maine, Maplewood Montessori School is a small, authentic Montessori school serving children 3 to 6 years old. Our mission is to provide a peaceful, safe, and welcoming environment where children can begin the process of becoming life-long learners, responsible citizens and respectful, active members of a community.
Maplewood is a small, active community of teachers, parents and children who strongly value the philosophy and principles of Dr. Maria Montessori, who viewed children as avid learners seeking to connect with the real world through meaningful, purposeful work. Montessori believed that by providing an environment prepared to meet these needs during the early years, children are likely to more fully develop their academic, social, and spiritual selves.
Landmark School, located in Prides Crossing, Beverly, Massachusetts, is an American school for educating students in grades 2-12 with language-based learning disabilities, such as dyslexia. Landmark School’s mission is to enable and empower students with language-based learning disabilities to realize their educational and social potential through an exemplary school program complemented by outreach and training, diagnosis, and research.
Landmark school is accredited by the New England Association of Schools & Colleges and the Massachusetts Department of Education.