Letter From The Founder
In 1972, when I first purchased Trevose Day School, I saw a school with limitless potential. I envisioned a progressive, close-knit community defined by its curious students, nurturing faculty, inspiring curriculum, and a shared love for learning. Striving toward this ideal, I fused Trevose Day with Neshaminy Montessori, a new, innovative program I had founded two years prior on the outskirts of Philadelphia.
While the traditional and Montessori programs have always remained distinct, they both posit common goals: to help students discover and pursue their passions, and to equip them with the skill, perspective, and disposition to become responsible, creative, and community-minded leaders capable of impacting positive change in the world.
Today, the Trevose Day School and Neshaminy Montessori have grown exponentially, serving over 110 students from pre-K to Grade 5 each year in state-of-the-art facilities. Our diverse and dedicated faculty creates an engaging, challenging, and formative educational experience suited to accommodate each child’s idiosyncrasies. The traditional and Montessori influences in the holistic curriculum are supplemented by progressive programs in Chess, Robotics, Yoga, Music, Sustainability and the Performing Arts, which together help the children of the Trevose-Feasterville area realize and achieve their best selves, generation after generation.
I am thrilled to welcome you and your child to our school. It is people like you, with a dedication and determination to pursue individual and community excellence, that make Trevose Day School and Neshaminy Montessori such an inspiring and exciting place to build a foundation for a life of intellectual exploration.
I wish you the very best for a wonderful school year.
Founder, Trevose Day School and Neshaminy Montessori