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Bring a Wildflower School
to Your Space

For Property Owners

Wildflower Schools bring exceptional value through their clean, bright, and natural design aesthetic, enhancing your property's appeal and long-term value. In addition, they benefit other tenants, meet pressing childcare and school needs, and operate on a straightforward and financially sustainable business model.

What is the first step in starting a Wildflower school?

Get in touch with us by completing the Get Involved form below. By learning more about your space and what you hope for it, we can help you find a teacher or a team of teachers who are passionate about leading the school in your space(s) as well as potential sources of funding to support them in the creation of a school.

Is my space suitable as a Wildflower school?

Wildflower Schools convert empty spaces into beautiful Montessori schools. Typically they are 1,000 - 4,000 square feet large. There are also a variety of requirements such as bathrooms and exit doors. The best way to assess the suitability and renovations required for your space is to get in touch with us.

What age group are you hoping to see served?

The age groups served by a Wildflower school depend on your vision and local needs. Your preferences will shape important decisions, including the qualifications of the Teacher Leaders required to start the school.

Are you willing to dedicate resources to the effort?

Starting a school is a community effort and Wildflower Schools are no different. Property owners and landlords have gotten great fulfillment and return in partnering with Wildflower Schools, and will often go even deeper by committing to community partnerships or tenant improvement support.

What should I do after reflecting on these questions?

Please get in touch with us by completing the form below. We're here to guide and support you as you embark on the journey of starting a Wildflower school in your community. If you'd simply like to keep in touch, please Subscribe to Our Newsletter at the bottom of the page.

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