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Montessori Elementary School of Alameda does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, sexual orientation, color, ethnic origin, religion, and physical disability in its selection of adults or participation with affiliated students.  Non-discrimination is in compliance with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1974 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (1992).

Montessori Elementary School of Alameda is now Montessori Elementary Intermediate School of Alameda (MEISA).  MEISA involves the academic rigor of core subjects, balanced by an emphasis in writing, critical thinking, public speaking and the arts. Our curriculum involves the integration of the common core within the Montessori academic scope and sequence, with an underpinning of lessons in character development, leadership and responsibility to self, community and the world.

OUR MISSION is to create a warm, supportive environment that fosters creativity, curiosity, self-confidence and independence within a diverse community. We empower students to become compassionate models of peace and advocates for social justice.

Montessori education has expanded in Alameda with the addition of MEISA -Montessori Elementary Intermediate School of Alameda. MEISA involves the academic rigor of core subjects, balanced by an emphasis in writing, critical thinking, public speaking, and the arts. Our curriculum involves the integration of the common core within the Montessori academic scope and sequence, with an underpinning of lessons in character development, leadership, the understanding of equity and responsibility to self, community, and the world. A small class, representative of the concept of blended grades, allows for attention and innovative, nontraditional emphasis unmatched in many typical settings.