“The exercises of practical life are formative activities, a work of adaptation to the environment. Such adaptation to the environment and efficient functioning therein is the very essence of a useful education.” Maria Montessori As parents are introduced to Quest, […]
Middle school students have spent the last several weeks in science studying buoyancy, density, Archimedes’ Principle, pressure, and boat design. During a Fall visit to the URI Graduate School of Oceanography, students watched real footage from some of their Remotely […]
Hello and Welcome Dear Readers, There have been some big decisions happening in the Quest Middle School. Narrow River Naturals may be adding a new product to our microbusiness…lotion bars! Our lotion bar will be made with natural ingredients and […]
“…but I know happiness does not come with things. It can come from work and pride in what you do.” ~ Ghandi
Welcome to the Middle School Newsletter! In math, we have some exciting things to tell you about, we have started work with scaling. But we are not just doing plain old math, no, no, no. We are scaling items that […]
Upper Elementary is humming with the kick off to preparations for our Ancient Egyptian Culminating Event, Writers Workshop, Literature Circle, Coordinate City, New York City preparations and the 6th years’ Zoo project. We have so many exciting projects and trips […]
Quest is a community rich with talent. From the art that adorns our walls to the literature that inspires our students, we have terrific access to inspiration.
This month, Quest will host celebrated author, Padma Venkatraman. Padma has published several award-winning
Good day Masters, Mistresses, and Sirs, We finished our Renaissance unit with a bang. The “Wax Museum” we held went well and the middle schoolers had amazing performances. For the past three weeks the middle school researched, wrote, sewed, painted, […]
Each year, Quest students in both Lower and Upper Elementary study a different ancient civilization and present their learning at a thematic culminating event. The history of humanity and the building of civilizations is carried forward into Middle School within […]
Peaceful social transformation depends largely on leaders who are educated in the strategies and methods of Nonviolence. As Maria Montessori strongly believed, this starts with children.
I am thrilled to announce that Lacey Feeley, our Middle School Science & Occupations