Last week UMS showcased its second play of the year, ‘Have you hugged an orphan lately – A Modern Day Robin Hood’. Please enjoy these short clips we took on our Friday night showing.          

Once Again, UMS Exceeds Canadian Norms

Saturday, 12 April 2014 by

Unionville Montessori continues to excel in language and mathematics in comparison to other schools provincially and nationally. The Canadian Achievement Tests Fourth Edition (CAT-4) is widely recognized as one of the most  accurate assessments of student achievement and because it is used extensively, the national norms are considered very accurate. UMS has consistently performed significantly

Pop Tabs for kids: Helping Others

Saturday, 12 April 2014 by

This month, UMS is once again collecting pop tabs. This is our 6th year with this initiative, and we are hoping for another successful collection. All of our pop tabs will be given to a Charity called “Pop Tabs for Kids.” This charity was started by Robert Hampson, a young man from Toronto, who at

Transitions: The Learning Life Cycle

Saturday, 18 January 2014 by

As students progress from one educational division to the next, it is most important that families, students and teaching staff communicate often and effectively. “Receiving Teachers” are briefed by “Sending Teachers” with respect to a student’s learning strengths and needs, their apparent socio-emotional development and academic achievement levels. This sharing of information is crucial as

Beginning in 1987, our school, your school, was founded on a simple premise, an unwavering commitment to children. This commitment required that we develop outstanding programs, meet individual needs and deliver excellent learning experiences. Our goal was both simple and complex, to become a school of unparalleled excellence. Our desire to become the standard to

Where Will Your Child Be In September 2014?

Saturday, 11 January 2014 by

In grade one programs, we focus on relationships that young children develop with teachers and other children. They are crucial to early learning and development. Positive relationships formed through warm, sensitive, and responsive care help children feel valued and permit them to gain more from their learning experiences. Children need positive relationships so that they

Summer Time!

Sunday, 30 June 2013 by

Another school year has ended and we are happy to introduce a second summer camp geared toward students from grade 2 to 8. This new Adventure Camp camp will run along side the Discovery Camp that we have been running for the past 8 years. The Discovery Camp accepts children from ages 2 to 6.


Tuesday, 25 June 2013 by

Its that time of year again! This Year we have 38 Grade 8 Graduates, and 150 Casa Graduates. Grade 8 Students will have their graduation ceremony on the 25th of June, and Casa students will graduate on the 27th. To Casa parents, please note we we be having two graduation ceremonies, please be sure to

Get ready for some fun in the sun! Elementary students are headed to Milliken Mills and Casa Students will be rotating through different activities at the main Campus for their play day.