“When I think about my time at Oak Farm Montessori School, I cannot imagine being anywhere else, especially during the important developmental years of my life,” shares Gracie Mulholland (‘13)
"There are so many life-lessons that are woven into everyday life on campus. Being part of a community helped me develop compassion and an awareness of others and their needs. Not just my peers, but also the environment around us. My time in middle school provided so many opportunities to push me outside of my comfort zone: being responsible for a living animal that could not care for itself was so rewarding; as well as, the many camping trips that were part of my educational experience. These are learning opportunities I do not believe I would have had otherwise. This awareness and compassion for others impacted my life and where I am today. With a major in Sociology and Political Science, I had the opportunity to intern with Feeding America Corp during college. The awareness that I developed for others, early in life, has definitely drawn me toward my current role working with adults with developmental disabilities."Inspiring children to reach their potential is not just our mission, it is our passion.