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Memphis, TN
Students enrolled: 54
 

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Evergreen Montessori School
Amount of homework: Don't know

Posted May 26, 2015
- a parent
Please really look into what is going on at this school. There are SO many issues. The "administration" is by far the biggest. My child's teacher was never at school when I dropped off (we weren't early to arrive either) and she was never there at pickup. A few weeks into the year, I found out that she left at noon EVERY DAY. That was never disclosed to us. If we had known this, I would have begged for the other teacher, who seemed to be everything we had wanted. The decision to enroll at Evergreen Montessori was not a good one.

Evergreen Montessori School
Develops grit: Neutral

Posted May 26, 2015
- a parent
Please really look into what is going on at this school. There are SO many issues. The "administration" is by far the biggest. My child's teacher was never at school when I dropped off (we weren't early to arrive either) and she was never there at pickup. A few weeks into the year, I found out that she left at noon EVERY DAY. That was never disclosed to us. If we had known this, I would have begged for the other teacher, who seemed to be everything we had wanted. The decision to enroll at Evergreen Montessori was not a good one.


Evergreen Montessori School
Develops respect: Neutral

Posted May 26, 2015
- a parent
Please really look into what is going on at this school. There are SO many issues. The "administration" is by far the biggest. My child's teacher was never at school when I dropped off (we weren't early to arrive either) and she was never there at pickup. A few weeks into the year, I found out that she left at noon EVERY DAY. That was never disclosed to us. If we had known this, I would have begged for the other teacher, who seemed to be everything we had wanted. The decision to enroll at Evergreen Montessori was not a good one.

Evergreen Montessori School
Develops honesty: Strongly disagree

Posted May 26, 2015
- a parent
Please really look into what is going on at this school. There are SO many issues. The "administration" is by far the biggest. My child's teacher was never at school when I dropped off (we weren't early to arrive either) and she was never there at pickup. A few weeks into the year, I found out that she left at noon EVERY DAY. That was never disclosed to us. If we had known this, I would have begged for the other teacher, who seemed to be everything we had wanted. The decision to enroll at Evergreen Montessori was not a good one.

Evergreen Montessori School
Develops empathy: Neutral

Posted May 26, 2015
- a parent
Please really look into what is going on at this school. There are SO many issues. The "administration" is by far the biggest. My child's teacher was never at school when I dropped off (we weren't early to arrive either) and she was never there at pickup. A few weeks into the year, I found out that she left at noon EVERY DAY. That was never disclosed to us. If we had known this, I would have begged for the other teacher, who seemed to be everything we had wanted. The decision to enroll at Evergreen Montessori was not a good one.


Evergreen Montessori School
Teacher effectiveness: Somewhat effective

Posted May 26, 2015
- a parent
Please really look into what is going on at this school. There are SO many issues. The "administration" is by far the biggest. My child's teacher was never at school when I dropped off (we weren't early to arrive either) and she was never there at pickup. A few weeks into the year, I found out that she left at noon EVERY DAY. That was never disclosed to us. If we had known this, I would have begged for the other teacher, who seemed to be everything we had wanted. The decision to enroll at Evergreen Montessori was not a good one.

Evergreen Montessori School 1

Posted May 26, 2015
- a parent
Please really look into what is going on at this school. There are SO many issues. The "administration" is by far the biggest. My child's teacher was never at school when I dropped off (we weren't early to arrive either) and she was never there at pickup. A few weeks into the year, I found out that she left at noon EVERY DAY. That was never disclosed to us. If we had known this, I would have begged for the other teacher, who seemed to be everything we had wanted. The decision to enroll at Evergreen Montessori was not a good one.

Evergreen Montessori School 5

Posted August 05, 2014
- a parent
We are so happy with Evergreen. Coming from an area with authentic Montessori, it was refreshing to see a school with a complete set of materials and actual Montessori training. The teachers are lovely. They care about the children, often asking about pets or events that happened at home. It makes me feel so good that there is such a sense of community there. The building they are housed in could be better, but they work so hard to make it work, you really don't notice it. My children have learned so much. The mathematics are far beyond grade level and the things they learn in the garden are mind blowing. My kids were reading early and read way above grade level. I highly recommend Evergreen. You will love it as much as we do. We are being transferred again and I hate to think of leaving.


Evergreen Montessori School 4

Posted June 02, 2014
- a parent
My sons have attended the school for the past two years. Teachers at the school are fantastic! I was a bit worried when they told me that my two year-old boys would not be wearing diapers because they would toilet train them in 1-2 weeks. Done...my sons were finished with diapers within 2 weeks of starting at the school. Pros & cons of the school: Pros: *Teachers really care and they come up with lots of different activities to expose the children to different experiences. *Kids love the yoga classes for 3-4 year olds *They offer vegetarian and non-vegetarian food options *Diverse, international students-children from many different countries attend the school *Offer other activities after school such as gymnastics, soccer, and ballet at extra charge from companies that come to the school. *They offer pre and after school care so it works well for working parents Cons: *The school is located in the administration building of a church so it is not as fancy as some other schools in newer facilities but this hasn't been an issue. *Playground is surrounding the church grounds and has been fixed up nicely but is not as fancy as some schools. It has worked well for my family.

Evergreen Montessori School 5

Posted July 20, 2013
- a parent
My child has been a part of Evergreen for 3 years now and we LOVE it! We've only experienced the primary class so far and have had such a positive time.

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Evergreen Montessori School
751 North Trezevant Street, Memphis, TN  38112
(901) 324-4159
Last modified Evergreen Montessori School is a Private school that serves grade PK
Evergreen Montessori School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 7 reviews. Top