Bellevue Montessori Summer Program to Open June 15th, 2020

We are excited to welcome students back to Bellevue Montessori School after three months of Distance Learning and our buildings closed to all but our Essential Worker’s children.  We have been building garden beds so our students can enjoy gardening this summer and planning fun activities for the children to enjoy. Our focus during this […]

Bellevue Montessori School Buildings Closed Due to Covid-19: Elementary and Early Childhood moved to on-line learning

In response to Governor Inslee’s mandate that all K-12 schools close until April 24th, Bellevue Montessori School will be going to on-line learning beginning March 16th through June 12th for our Elementary and Early Childhood/Kindergarten levels.  Our Toddler program will be closed thru May.  To support those who are keeping us safe, healthy and supplied […]

Update: Outside vendor programs cancelled

Dear Families, The health and safety of our BMS families, staff, and children is always our number one concern. To minimize any potential exposures to COVID-19, we have decided to cancel our outside vendor programs starting Tuesday, March 10th. Moving forward, we will have no more vendor classes for the winter session. We will keep […]

Talking to our Children about the Coronavirus

Since the spread of the Coronavirus in our area, our children have been exposed to a lot of adult conversations and news coverage in the media regarding the Coronavirus.  This can be very scary and confusing for young children.  One way to help your child is to start an open conversation with your child.  It is important that we […]

Bellevue Montessori Mission Statement

Bellevue Montessori School develops an academically, socially, emotionally and culturally educated community of students within the framework of acceptance, compassion and understanding, all in accordance with traditional Montessori curriculum and philosophy. We prepare students for future educational endeavors to become contributing members of their immediate and global communities.