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Elementary girl uses Montessori stamp game for math

Big Dreams Start Young

Learn how Chiaravalle prepares children for the world and for life. School life, real life and dreams co-exist here.

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Middle School boys solve word problems on white board

We respect the economist in your child

Learn how Chiaravalle prepares children for the world and for life. School life, real life and dreams co-exist here.

Innovative problem solving during elementary outdoor education

We respect the scientist in your child

Learn how Chiaravalle prepares children for the world and for life. School life, real life and dreams co-exist here.

Girls work collaboratively with math materials

Big Dreams Start Young

We respect the potential in your child and treat them like the adult they will become. School life, real life and dreams co-exist here.

Elementary boy works with geometric solids

We respect the inventor in your child

Learn how Chiaravalle prepares children for the world and for life. School life, real life and dreams co-exist here.

Toddler boy pouring liquid into a bowl

We respect the artist in your child

Learn how Chiaravalle prepares children for the world and for life. School life, real life and dreams co-exist here.

The Journey starts here...

CARE-UH-VOLLEY n. The Birthplace of Maria Montessori, meaning "Valley of Light"
At Chiaravalle every year is a fraction of your journey
We know every big dream begins with a small step. And plenty of opportunity to practice, take risks and make mistakes. Learn more about the compassionate, inquisitive learners who grow with our transformative school.

Chiaravalle did not teach us what to learn, but how to learn. It didn’t tell us what rules to follow, but to make them for ourselves. Most of all, it didn’t give us a set path, it had us create our own.

Chiaravalle Graduate, Class of 2015

The Student’s Journey

My children are learning how to be citizens of the world: how to care about their fellow humans, how to resolve conflicts without violence, and how important it is to help those in need.

Siobhan Donati, Teacher and Parent

The Teacher’s Journey

I’m most grateful to Chiaravalle for my children’s joy at learning. They have this infectious, unstoppable desire to learn, and that’s never going to go away.

Mark Ouweleen, Parent

The Parent’s Journey

My daughter attended a Montessori school for her earliest education and the principles that have served her so well in adulthood are already reflected in my granddaughter.

Carolyn Thomas, Grandparent

The Grandparent’s Journey

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March 10, 2018

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Constructing a Food Computer with the MIT OpenAG Project

Chiaravalle Montessori Middle School students are building a Food Computer as part of the MIT OpenAg project. Food Computers, the brainchild of Caleb Harper of MIT are small-scale open source environments designed to encourage discovery-based learning in biology, botany, environment, programming, and engineering. The OpenAg program invites students to create their own climate recipes and to adjust, adapt and hack the system.

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