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A student shaking hands with the Head of School while receiving his diploma.
Sonja Everson, Director of Admission and Enrollment Management

As I tour prospective families through the various levels of Eton School, it has become apparent to me, now more than ever, that Eton School’s eighth-grade graduates represent the culmination of a joyous, purposefully designed journey that starts at age three. Every step of the way, the goal is never simply to get water from one vessel to another or to solve a single math equation.

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Two girls stop their math work to pose for a photo.
by Lower Elementary Teachers: Lindsey Farmer, Angela Kim, Ashley Tajeda, and Julie Sauvage

From the moment a child is born, data is gathered and compared to the norms and standards. When they enter traditional schooling, data gathering continues and is compared to peers in the same grade, in the same school, district, state, or at the national level. What is missing is understanding the child as an individual learner and a complete picture of their educational journey, which Montessori provides.

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