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"Our mission is to direct each child towards meeting his or her own needs within a prepared environment that encourages independence, respect, and self-sufficiency.

Our goal is to create for each child within a nuturing enviroment overseen by AMI trained staff - a philosophy of learning which will enable him or her to confront higher conceptions and meet the needs of development as well as provide as education for life".

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Yearbook orders are now due! Please send in your order forms to the office as soon as possible. 

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Relay for Life Westshore


Join us at Jefferson High School on Friday, April 25th for our Relay for Life Event! The event begins at 6:00pm and continues through the night. Our team will be walking to help support research to cure cancer. 

Relay for life is an organized, overnight community fundraising walk. Teams of people camp out around a track with members of each team taking turns walking around the track. There will be food, games and activities to provide entertainment and build comaraderie.


Our 9-12 class will be selling Rainbow Loom bracelets and charms as part of our team fundraiser. Below is a picture of just a few of their creations. Please help support all of their hard work!



Please click on the link below to find out how you can help defeat this terrible disease!



See you on the track!

New York State Education Commissioner sends daughters to Montessori


Updated: Thursday, August 29 2013, 10:42 AM EDT Rochester, N.Y. – New York State Education Commissioner John King does not send his daughters to public school. Instead, King has them enrolled in a private Montessori school. King addressed this placement at a news conference in Rochester Wednesday. He was asked if his decision to have his daughters attend a private school makes him the right leader to roll out the new Common Core Curriculum. “Montessori, like many non-public schools, participates in the state assessment system, but what matters is the caliber of instruction,” King said. “In many ways the Montessori school has many of the instructional practices that the Common Core emphasizes, so the focus, for example, on problem solving and mathematics that you see in the Common Core is very similar to the problem solving model you see in Montessori.”  

Read More at: http://www.13wham.com/news/features/featured/stories/nys-ed-commissioner-sends-own-kids-private-school-1030.shtml


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Uniforms are here!  
Uniforms are currently being distributed.

Please  have your child try on their items to

determine if changes need to be made.

Uniforms will be mandatory starting January 1, 2014!


Please click here to view our Girl's Order Form or here for our Boy's Order Form.

To print a waitlist application to fill out and return, please click here. 

To print out an application form to fill out and return, click here.


Wait List Application
If you want your child to be placed on our waiting list, please print this form and mail with payment to:
Administrative Director
Montessori Children's House of Hyde Park
2416 W. Cleveland Street
Tampa, FL 33609

Note: make your check payable to MCHHP in the amount of $25
CHILD'S NAME: ___________________________________
ADDRESS: _______________________________________
PHONE: ( ____ ) ____ - _______
CHILD'S BIRTH DATE: __________
PARENT SIGNATURE: __________________________________
DATE: ___________
DATE RECEIVED: __________