Posted on Wednesday, August 1, 2018
Registration is now open for the 14th Annual 5k Run by the Bay. Grab your running shoes and come run, walk, crawl, float, or fly at Bay Farm Montessori Academy’s 14th Annual 5k Run by the Bay on Saturday, October 27, 2018. Held in memory of Royce Whitaker, a beloved student at Bay Farm whose life was cut short in a tragic accident in the summer of 2009, this USATF-sanctioned race begins and ends on the Bay Farm Montessori Academy campus and runs along beautiful Bay Road in Duxbury. You... Read More
Posted on Thursday, May 31, 2018
After a thorough national search, Alyssa Good will be joining us as the new Director of Marketing and Communications. Alyssa comes to us from GrayMatter Marketing where she served as Senior Account Executive. Her agency experience over the last four years focused on building valuable relationships through creative marketing strategies and tactics. Having worked in marketing since graduating from Northeastern University in Boston with a degree in Business Administration & Marketing, Alyssa... Read More
Posted on Monday, May 21, 2018
Under the direction of Karen Howland, the Bay Farm players, age 5-14, performed three rousing renditions of Disney Jr's Beauty and the Beast. Our students worked hard to bring this classic story of transformation and tolerance on the stage. Bravo to all who performed, and a special shout out to our 8th year students, Sarah Plotkin, Autumn Grund, Charlie Solari, and Sophia Venetis who graced the stage and booth for their final performances at Bay Farm. You will be missed next year. We are... Read More
Posted on Thursday, May 17, 2018
On Monday, May 14, Bay Farm's 6th years dazzled their classmates with their Independent Learning Projects. After researching possible options for the individual year-long study, each student submitted a proposal outlining why they wanted to study their chosen topic. After the proposal was accepted, the students created a focused set of research questions to guide them on their quest for knowledge. Along the way, they were asked to write to experts in their area of study asking questions about... Read More
Posted on Thursday, May 10, 2018
There is a lot happening on campus these days to support our mission of creating a vibrant Montessori learning community for children. The goal of enhancing the aesthetics and function of our campus to accurately reflect the educational experience of our children is in full swing. We are working on strengthening our school's connection to the natural world because we know that children need to stay connected to nature as they develop. This week we will be installing the NEW chicken coop... Read More
Posted on Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Thank you, for all of those who supported “Gala on the Green”. Because of our auction committee’s hard work and the support of the Bay Farm community we have raised over $75,000. Our fund a need was a huge success so be on the look-out for some exciting changes to campus!
Posted on Thursday, April 12, 2018
The benefits of having an integrated arts program are great. One is that students have the opportunity to explore curriculum content through different methods. They get to try on a character in a safe environment which enables them to gain a better understanding of different perspectives. By becoming a character on stage, they experience the emotions and say the words of a diverse cast of characters. They also get to use their own unique talents and abilities to learn new content,... Read More
Posted on Monday, March 26, 2018
The middle school students at Bay Farm Montessori Academy are learning about real life by working in real jobs as part of their class curriculum. They each spent a week off of campus to complete individual internships. Each student picked a profession and made arrangements with a company or organization in their chosen field, where they could visit and learn about a profession in a real-world environment. From a law firm and farm to a music store and working with the Secret Service, the... Read More
Posted on Monday, March 26, 2018
The kindergarten class recently presented their play, Interplanetary Jammin’. Through song and dance, the students gave a lively play production while learning all about the stars, planets, moon, and sun. This play reinforces their class room studies of the solar system.
Posted on Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Due to the impending storm, Bay Farm will be dismissing ALL STUDENTS at 12:00 on Wednesday, March 21st. Teachers and staff will be on campus until 12:00 to ensure everyone’s safety. Please remember safety in the most important issue in deciding to attend school. Most area schools are dismissing at noon to get people off the roads as early as possible. ALL after-school activities are also canceled. There will be NO extended care. Be safe.