Students from Kindergarten through 8th grade collaborated on assemblage art banners that are currently installed at the South Shore YMCA. Throughout the fall, students experimented
“Perhaps the greatest gift you can give to any child, particularly an adolescent, is to see more potential in them than they can yet see
Teacher updates in the parent portals on the Inly website: In the Toddler Class Pumpkins everywhere! Our week was so much fun! Our toddler friends
It’s time for Tuesday’s ASP (After School Program) Mandarin class, and a dozen Kindergarten and Lower Elementary students sit in a circle, eager to continue
How does a writer bring a book—and a book talk—to life? For award-winning children’s author Barbara O’Connor, it’s all about making hands-on, real-life connections. For
The Inly Parents Group is excited to host a free screening of Read Me Differently, a one-hour film by Sarah Entine, on Wednesday, October 12
The Kids With Food Allergies Foundation published an article entitled, “Raising the Bar: Inly School Implements a Successful Food Allergy Approach.” Thanks to Inly parent
Representatives from more than 20 secondary schools came to the Inly campus on Wednesday morning, September 21, to get an inside look at Inly in anticipation of
At Back-to-School Night, Donna Milani Luther welcomed parents to the new year and talked about innovative Montessori alumni and why Inly is a good investment.
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While many schools may not look at kindergarten students as leaders, Inly provides five-year-olds with a unique opportunity to be leaders and explore what that
In “Montessori Builds Innovators,” a blog post on the Harvard Business Review website, Andrew McAfee recently weighed in on the “Montessori Mafia” theory posed by
By Pam Golden, Inly Art Instructor Former Inly student Caroline Jones recently wrote to me from Costa Rica, where she is a student at Global
Three days after she finished seventh grade at Inly School, Lucy Knox boarded a plane for a week-long World Leadership Forum with People to People
Inly Middle School students were invited to participate in a joint installation at the South Shore Art Center’s Festival on the Common. The theme of