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Cutting the Ribbon on Our New Home

Prominent guests and speakers joined CMCS families, friends and the business community at our Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with the USDA.

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Hundreds Turn Out for Open House

Turn out was huge for our Community Open House that gave prospective CMCS families a feel for Montessori.

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See Montessori In Action!

Are you new to Montessori or maybe you know a little about it but still have questions. Montessori is a unique teaching philosophy that can be best understood by observation. Read more to find out how you can observe a CMCS classroom.

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Welcome Home - We're In Our New Building

Our first day was Nov. 21st and we couldn't be happier to be in our brand-new facility. Read on for info on new policies and procedures.

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CMCS Gifts Brookgreen With Beehive

CMCS donates an observational beehive to Brookgreen Gardens and gets ready for their own beehive at the new school.

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Model United Nations Program

CMCS partners with Coastal Carolina University to provide our students with a Model UN program that allows them to address some of the same issues being tackled by the United Nations today.

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COASTAL MONTESSORI CHARTER SCHOOL (CMCS) is a FREE public school choice open to elementary school Georgetown County students, 1st – 6th grade. We are proud be be part of the Georgetown County School District offering a unique combination of Montessori curriculum, charter school governance, and public school access.  

CMCS partners with Georgetown County School District for bus transportation.

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Averting war is the work of politicians; establishing peace is the work of educators.Maria Montessori
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Our recycling and composting program is shaping up! We now have a company picking up our recycling, we received more compost containers from Georgetown County and our upper elementary students take turns joining the lower elementary lunch to help the 1st through 3rd graders sort their trash. We can't wait to use the compost in the new garden beds that have been purchased with funds raised during the gala. ... See MoreSee Less

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