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Tours and Open House

Opportunities to Visit Miquon

Of course you want the best for your children.  Come visit Miquon in person, and learn how we put your child at the center of her own education.  You’ll see school in session and visit classrooms where our emergent curriculum is both child-led and intentionally designed by our teachers.

We do prefer that parents visit the school before making an application. There is no better way to learn about Miquon and get a first-hand impression of our school community.

Individual Tour

At this time of year, you may request an individual campus tour.  To do so, please contact Admissions Director Andrea Myers by email or by calling 610-828-1231.

Or, save the date for our Spring Open House, to be held on Thursday, May 7, 2015 from 9:00 – 11:00 am.

How is Miquon different?

Miquon children begin in our Nursery, continuing and deepening their whole selves, bodies, minds, and spirits to thrive all the way through our sixth grade and beyond.  Not only do Miquon graduates embark on the journeys of their lives prepared for the academics the lie before them — they are uniquely open-minded, open-hearted, resilient young people who know how to solve problems, think creatively, and advocate for themselves.

Marisa and Celia’s Nursery Blog

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The Nursery blog provides a detailed, up-to-the-minute account of daily life in the Miquon Nursery for three and four year-olds. Each year is different, which is what makes Miquon’s Nursery program truly progressive: teachers Marisa Campbell and Celia Cruz respond to the children’s ideas and interests, and create a unique curriculum tailored to those interests as a result.  Our teachers guide the children as they discover new things about the world, leading them through a purposeful, structured exploration of those things in a child-centered, playful manner.

Lynn and Jeri’s Fifth and Sixth Grade Blog

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Teachers Lynn Hughes and Jeri Bond Whatley's provide a detailed, up-to-the-minute account of their group's fifth and sixth grade projects and activities in mathematics, language arts, social studies, and more. You'll also read about the work they are doing to nurture children as confident, inclusive, empathetic, peaceful members of their communities--children who have the resources to resolve disagreements and conflicts, to take notice when something needs to be done and take it on if they can, to remain true to their values when faced with external pressures.

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