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•   Gwen Losasso (Losasso) (2012)  7/16
•   Emma Holt (2015)  7/12
•   Chris Weien (2004)  7/9
•   Abby Skiba (Netti) (2004)  6/30
•   Danielle Osborne (2008)  6/29
•   Rachel Kahn (2001)  6/29
•   Allison Fraser (1999)  6/25
•   Grace Andrews (2007)  6/24
•   Sarah-Nicole Elliott (2013)  6/24
•   Rodrigo De Nigris (2015)  6/24
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

1 lives in Alabama
1 lives in Arizona
1 lives in Arkansas
6 live in California
5 live in Colorado
2 live in District Of Columbia
4 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
2 live in Illinois
3 live in Indiana
1 lives in Maryland
1 lives in Massachusetts
1 lives in Michigan
1 lives in Minnesota
5 live in New York
1 lives in North Carolina
64 live in Ohio
5 live in Oregon
3 live in Pennsylvania
1 lives in Rhode Island
2 live in South Carolina
1 lives in Texas
1 lives in Vermont
1 lives in Washington
1 lives in Ontario
3 live in Australia
1 lives in China
2 live in Germany
1 lives in Japan
9 live in Mexico
1 lives in Netherlands
231 location unknown


Know the email address of a missing Classmate? Click here to contact them!

Welcome to the web site of the Hershey Montessori Alumni Community.  Former students and all you can set up your own page, post pictures and videos, interact with others, and receive invitations and news from the school and classmates.

Look for your name under Classmate Profiles or Staff Profiles and follow the directions to set up your own page.

If you cannot find your name, contact the site administrator under Contact Us to get your name added to the list.  Hershey teachers are welcomed to sign in.

Help us spread the word...classmates, friends and siblings who attended Hershey can create their own page!!! Teachers, too!!


“these and other similar ideas that will awaken a realization of the power of man and the greatness of civilization should be presented in a form that will stir genuine emotion, …..” – Dr. Maria Montessori


Great feedback is pouring in to the news that Hershey Montessori School continues to grow as we add an Upper School (grades 10 – 12) in August 2015. The Upper School will be centered on the operation of the farm and its related business as a focal point for student responsibility and entrepreneurship. It will also take students into the local community to pursue integrated studies addressing issues of social and environmental impact. Our students work will also connect them to experience the roles and activity of county government, such as the judicial, health, community and resource management and related processes in the local county seat of Chardon.  

“Another aspect of history is that which deals with the effect on humanity of the geographical environment, (and) of contact between different peoples,……” – Dr. Maria Montessori


Continuing with the success of a land-based Montessori model, Hershey students can choose to extend their work and intellectual development in the high school academic subjects. Among the highly integrated components of experiential and project based learning our students will continue their studies in the disciplines of mathematics, language, sciences and humanities. Moral development, self expression and valorization for real contribution underlie their projects. In the appendices of Dr. Montessori’s work, “From Childhood to Adolescence” we can understand this education as the preparation for adult life frames their study

1.       The study of the earth and of living things

2.       The study of human progress and the building up of civilization (in connection with the sciences)

3.       The study of the history of mankind



Please help us stay in touch!

If you recognize anyone under the "Missing Classmates" tab of the website and have their contact information, send them this link and ask them to join.

Invite from Hershey Montessori School Classes of 1978 - 2015 We have a website at - please join us and reunite with your Classmates!


Hershey Montessori School invites you to a screening and panel discussion of Most Likely to Succeed, a feature-length documentary which examines the current school model in today’s innovative world. 


Directed by acclaimed documentarian Greg Whiteley, the film has been named “among the best edu-documentaries ever produced” by Education Week, and called a “smart and engaging look at education in the 21st century” by The Hollywood Reporter. A panel discussion will take place immediately after the film, featuring insights from a diverse group of business leaders and experts in education.



We hope you will take the opportunity to join us for this exciting event.



Please see the invitation link for more details. 


You can easily RSVP by replying to, or calling 440-357-0918. Seating for the event is limited, so please be sure to RSVP by August 1st.






Cooper Roach (2010)  8/23
Owen Schoeniger  8/23
Vivi Tarbert  8/29
Chris Walters  8/30


The Association Montessori International/USA is in the process of launching The We Are Montessori Project with the aim of increasing awareness of the benefits of Montessori education. The We Are Montessori Project is found on a Facebook fan page and features alumni who have shared their stories about their Montessori experience as well as the successes they have enjoyed since leaving their Montessori schools.

Alumni like you are the best ambassadors for Montessori education. If you are interested in participating or learning more about this project, go to (here you can review and/or complete an alumnus profile). On Facebook, search for “We Are Montessori” or go to