Lawyer / Economist
Class of 2003
I can’t stress enough the importance that Manor Montessori had during my early learning stages. Their curriculum is designed to make you think for yourself, and not just to rely on others. As a result, my experience there set the stage for my love of interactive learning, my independence, and the practice of setting high goals for myself. I truly do believe this played a huge role in what I have achieved today – attending Queen’s University for Economics and furthering my studies with a Masters of Law in Shanghai.
I have now just started my career at an Investment Bank in London, UK, working in their Legal Counsel and Corporate governance office.
Class of 2003
My Manor Montessori experience was based on self-starting, self-direction, and being the best you could be without limits based on age and grade levels. Though totally facilitated and supported, learning became my responsibility. This was a life long lesson which continued to serve me well during my undergraduate years in science, and now in graduate school in the arts. Bonus, made a best friend who remains just that!
Forensic Toxicology PHD
Class of 2001
My experience at Manor Montessori was unforgettable. Staff provided a nurturing learning environment where I thrived and I am very grateful to have had such positive learning experiences so early in my life. Not only did I leave the school with honed problem solving and social skills, I also left with a handful of lifelong friends that I still cherish to this day