Montessori International School of the Plains
May 30, 2013
I have had two children, and this fall, 2013, will have all three of my children attending MISP. Tim and Alice apply child development prinicples with the needs their generation will face in college and the workforce; those of critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork, independence, and reflection. The school grows every year to now include foreign language and art. I highly recommend this school for any parent or student seeking education and not a college prep or 'teaching to the test' designed curriculum. MISP is a true non-secular jr. and senior high that refreshingly strays from the traditional choice between public or religious based Omaha schools, making this a jewel for a growing city like Omaha.
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