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ONENESS CULTURE AND SCIENCE, grades 4-5

Come and learn how subjects such as History, Geography, and Science are taught in a Montessori classroom for grades 4-5.

ONENESS LANGUAGE, grades 4-5

A glimpse into how essential language skills such as Reading and Writing are taught in a Montessori classroom for grades 4-5.

Students this age take a huge leap forward, building on lower school reading and writing skills to work on more advanced language skills:

  • Reading comprehension
  • Writer's workshop
  • Literature/Story elements
  • Grammar and sentence analysis
  • Computer skills/presentations

ONENESS MATH, grades 4-5

A glimpse into how essential math skills are taught in a Montessori classroom for grades 4-5.

At this age, the curriculum helps students build math concepts and connecting those concepts to the real world.

  • Foundational skills, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
  • Fractions and decimals
  • The Metric system
  • Geometry/Algebra

Anna Houle

Anna Houle, OFMS alumni, speaks with us about her experiences at Oneness-Family Montessori School, how it affected her life, and the importance of continuing an OFMS education during the high school years.

Developing Leaders at Oneness-Family High School of Washington

Andrew interviews Seth Kahan of Visionary Leadership.  Seth will be teaching a leadership class to Oneness-Family High School students. The 13 class series will be based on the successful Visionary Leadership Academy, for executives in Washington DC.

United Nations Day 2017 at Oneness-Family Montessori School

Highlights from United Nations Day 2017, including interviews, student performances, and the international flag ceremony. Dignitaries from 87 countries attended the event. The school has celebrated United Nations Day every October for the past 29 years. The United Nations Day Festival continues to grow larger every year. Filmed at Oneness-Family Montessori School on October 27, 2017.

Oneness-Family High School of Washington: 4 fundamental principles

Learning at Oneness-Family High School is based on four fundamental principles: connectivity, collaboration, creativity and citizenship. Learn how these principles contribute to Montessori high school education.

Life Lessons I learned at Oneness-Family School

“Conflict resolution was one of the most important life lessons I learned at Oneness.”

How did OFS prepare you for university?

"One of the most important lessons I learned from Oneness was how to foster relationships....The teachers taught us how to organize — which was incredibly important for university."  

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