Welcome to Palm Harbor Montessori Academy!


Mission Statement

Palm Harbor Montessori Academy is a safe, caring community dedicated to academic excellence while nurturing each child's mind, body and spirit for success throughout life.


Palm Harbor Montessori Academy is an accredited independent, co-educational school. In a beautifully prepared indoor and outdoor environment, we serve children ages one through ninth grade. Palm Harbor Montessori Academy is a collaborative, peaceful community of children, parents, faculty and administrators where children are honored and diversity is respected. Children acquire responsibility, self-esteem, self-reliance and leadership skills. Palm Harbor Montessori Academy is a place where love of learning is celebrated, educational programs are individualized and creativity abounds. In partnership with parents, we are committed to helping children discover and develop abilities that will shape the future.

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Allstate Insurance Agency

  As a business owner, there is no shortage of sponsorship opportunities. There is nothing greater than the opportunity to further the education of children. This is the main reason we have been a continuing sponsor of the Palm Harbor Montessori Bash and value the relationships we have with those involved at the school. Kelly McCarty…

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Famous Montessori Alumni

Founders of Google.com, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, and Jeff Bezos of Amazon.com, and many others, credit their Montessori Education for Much of their Success. It is quite interesting collection of people throughout history who have gone to Montessori schools, sent their children to Montessori schools, or supported this method of education in one way or…

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Reasons to Keep Your Child in Montessori Kindergarten

In an article in “Tomorrow’s Child” magazine, Tim Seldin, President of The Montessori Foundation, cites some great reasons to keep your child in Montessori Kindergarten.   – In Montessori, your child can continue to progress at his/her own pace.  In traditional kindergarten, he/she will have to wait while the other children begin to catch up….