Common Goals.
Uncommon Paths.

You may know the name Montessori. And though Montessori is part of our name, it only begins to describe what makes us different.

We joined the primary education landscape in Omaha in 1984. In those 30 years, we’ve discovered what many parents want for their children. Time-tested learning materials and a variety of educational experiences rooted in core concepts. The opportunity to learn at their own pace. Assistance when needed and the stability of a teacher who knows and understands their child’s strengths. An alternative path to essential skills and knowledge. A school that feels like home.

With parents as our partners, we have created a community that gives our children a chance for a brighter, more fulfilling future.

You’ll see the difference in us – and in your child.

Our Environment

Our Environment

We provide a loving and stimulating environment in which the children gain knowledge and develop practical life skills in a manner true to the Montessori philosophy.

From Small to Tall

We welcome children age 18 months through sixth grade. Our school size and low student-teacher ratios work to assure all ages the opportunity for individualized attention that enables them to excel.

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Come to Know Us

We could talk for hours about why Montessori Co-op School is a special place. But we’d love the opportunity to show you.

Come see for yourself. Schedule a tour.

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Camp Co-op: Bringing the World Home

Learn about cultures, sustainability, and peace.

Students will explore the ways groups of people live by learning about their fundamental needs, economy, art and literature, games, traditions, customs, and governing structures. Explore a different type of culture, from hunter/gatherer to industrial, each week.

Summer camps are open to children entering first grade through sixth grade.

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Fun is on Our Schedule

Co-op means “community”. From monthly parent meetings to family movie night to the annual faculty/parent holiday party, the co-op model means activities designed to help us grow as a community.

What’s on Our Minds?

Words like “typical” and “average” aren’t part of our vocabulary at Montessori Co-op School. From our structure to the children who pass through our doors, we are unique in many ways…

Student Essay – Cats

April 29, 2016

Cats By: Asher Newhouse April 2016 I will be making my essay on cats, and there will be 4 “cat”egories,[…]

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Work of the Week – Biome Readers

April 22, 2016

Reading is what? FUNdamental! In our Lower Elementary class one of the many ways we teach children to read is[…]

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 We Welcome Your Support

Now that we have a new home in the former Crèche Child Care Center at 3713 North 52nd St., we have a larger and more useful space to enhance the quality of our educational experience.