Marine Biology ClubMarch 31, 2014

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We are thrilled to announce that students at Mountain West Montessori Academy in the upper elementary and middle school program can join the Marine Biology Club this fall!  The club may meet weekly immediately following school and will culminate with the opportunity to take a four-day field trip to Catalina Island in the spring.  To [...]

Community MeetingJanuary 15, 2014

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Join us on Wednesday, February 12th at 6:30 PM to learn more about the Montessori Philosophy and the opportunities Mountain West Montessori Academy (MWMA) can offer your students! MWMA is a tuition-free public Montessori charter school that will be located in South Jordan, UT.  MWMA will serve students in elementary and middle school and can [...]

Enrollment Now Open!January 6, 2014

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You may now enroll your elementary and middle school students! Student applications are being accepted January 6th through January 13th and then we will run our first lottery.  We hope you are as excited as we are to get our first student body. Make sure to tell all your friends and family members to enroll [...]

Student enrollment starts January 6th!December 11, 2013

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South Jordan’s only tuition-free public Montessori charter school will start enrolling students on January 6, 2014.  We will be accepting students in grades K-7 and children can enroll in MWMA regardless of their district of residence. Steps to enrollment and the form will be posted on the website on January 6th.  The application process will [...]

Why Enroll in MWMA?July 5, 2013

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Mountain West Montessori Academy (MWMA) enrollment starts in January 2014.  The question is – why should you enroll? Mountain West Montessori Academy will provide a student-centered, individualized education, based on Montessori research-based best practices.  The educational program will focus on interdisciplinary connections and hands-on learning experiences.  We will nurture students’ natural intellectual curiosity by allowing [...]