Why “Allium”? 

Allium is a genus of flowering plants that include onions, garlic, scallions, leeks, and chives. While they have beautiful, spherical flowers with slender stalks, the bulbs beneath the ground are what alliums are most known for.

 

Alliums represent our students’ investigations and analysis that require digging beneath the surface. Furthermore, students connect deeply with each other and our broader community through storytelling, conflict resolution, and service. We believe social-emotional learning is an essential work of both the mind and the heart that directly contributes to personal and communal thriving.

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We create a Montessori environment that fosters a love of learning.

Authentic Montessori
Authentic Montessori
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Our talented teachers are empowered role-models for our students. 

Teacher-Led Micro-School
Teacher-Led Micro-School
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We embrace the interwoven nature of communities. 

Community Embedded
Community Embedded
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"One cannot lead a life that is truly excellent without feeling that one belongs to something greater and more permanent than oneself." - Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Finding Flow