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Hilltop Montessori School
Hilltop Montessori School

Hilltop Montessori School's mission is to provide quality Montessori education in an environment which fosters a child's love of learning and respect for self, others and community.

Hilltop is a harmonious educational experience for children, where they are taught high academic achievement, independence, brotherhood, and a responsibility to school, family, themselves, society and our earth. Our teaching methods are based on the philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori, a physician, educator and humanitarian who devoted her life to the study and welfare of children.

Our green school is designed to be not only beautiful but healthful, with natural lighting and eco-friendly materials. Hilltop's Board of Directors, administration, teachers, staff, students, and families invite you to explore this website and discover how we help our children grow.

We have a limited number of openings for the 2014-2015 school year. Please contact the school directly to schedule a tour and learn more about our admissions procedures.

Learn more at:

School Location
Address 6 Abbott Square
Birmingham, AL 35242
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County Shelby
Contact Information
Administrator Michele Wilensky
Executive Director
Phone 205-437-9343
Fax 205-437-9344
Web Site
School Information
Grade Levels Preschool
Middle School
Specific Grades Supported 18 months-8th grade
Total Enrollment 200
Student / Teacher Ratio 12:1
Gender Coed
School Type Montessori
Associations American Montessori Society
Annual Tuition $2,774 - $9,602
Other Programs Before School Care
After School Care
Summer Program
Subjects Offered Art, Spanish, Music, Math, English, Pre Algebra, Literature, Grammar, Science, and Civics
Athletics Offered Physical Education
Summer Programs Water,Water, Art & Music, Soccer Camp, Down on the Farm, Cooking: This & That, Little bit: This & That, Let's go Hiking, Buzz Buzz: Insects, Jazz, Percussion, The Ants are Coming, Animal Kingdom, Environmental Science
Accreditations Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS), The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)