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Wildflower Schools, Mid-Atlantic

Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware

Wildflower schools are teacher-led child-centered Montessori microschools (20-30 students) that foster the growth and connectedness of children, teachers, and families as they follow life’s unfolding journey. Our model combines time-tested, research-supported Montessori methods in one-room, neighborhood-nested schools with a strong network of support and thoughtful approaches to parent engagement, intentional student diversity, and teacher empowerment.

Drawing on a proven model, Wildflower began as an idea launched out of the MIT Media lab as a partnership between parents and teachers who envisioned a new, community-centric educational model. Today, Wildflower has become a national movement. We believe in the power of teachers to create intentionally diverse, small Montessori schools where children and families thrive. We aspire to give all children and families the opportunity to choose an academically rigorous, culturally-sustaining, Wildflower educational experience, regardless of means.

Our Schools

New Jersey

New Jersey

Honeypot Montessori

Honeypot Montessori

Newark, NJ

Dahlia Montessori

Dahlia Montessori

Allenhurst, NJ

Sea Lavender Montessori

Sea Lavender Montessori

Belmar, NJ

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

Poinciana Montessori

Philadelphia, PA

Clover Montessori

Philadelphia, PA

Spicebush Montessori

Concordiville, PA

Hyacinth Montessori

Philadelphia, PA

Our Team

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Kareem Rogers

Poinciana Montessori

Leah Walker

Spicebush Montessori

Nicole Bacak

Sea Lavender Montessori

Carmen Montopoli

Hyacinth Montessori

Imani Jackson

Poinciana Montessori

Dr. Deja Jones

Honeypot Montessori

Katie Blunden

Dahlia Montessori

Madeleine Nutting

Hyacinth Montessori

Kirsti Forrest

Spicebush Montessori

Shanel Ingram

Sea Lavender Montessori

Renée Ibáñez

Dahlia Montessori

Eileen Fell

Clover Montessori

Open a School

Wildflower Mid-Atlantic is  seeking educators with a deep commitment to creating and joining schools that are anti-racist and center Black, Indigenous, and People of Color as identity-affirming, joyful, and truly liberatory learning environments.

We believe achieving equity in education is possible when schools are owned and operated by people representative of the communities from which they emerge. As a result, Wildflower Schools are inherent extensions of their communities and are deeply influenced by the Teacher Leaders’ identities. As head of a Wildflower School, you and a partner (co-head of school) will lead all aspects of a one-room school that serves 20-30 children- from coordinating startup to teaching in the classroom and managing day-to-day operations- drawing on tools and resources from The Wildflower Foundation and the support of a network of like-minded colleagues. 

Are you looking to get your Montessori certification?  Check out Get Montessori Trained page and/or reach out to Sunny Greenberg at midatlantic-hub@wildflowerschools.org if you are interested in opening a Wildflower School in your neighborhood and learning more about getting your certification. 

Are You Interested in Opening a School?

Help Us Grow

We would love to stay in touch and share our journey with you. It takes a dynamic ecosystem of individuals like you to launch Wildflower schools. Help Wildflower support more entrepreneurial teacher-leaders, children and families, one small school at a time. We want to make Wildflower schools an option for children and families everywhere, and your interest and support helps us realize that goal.

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