We are proud of Everything our students do. Here are just a few samples to enjoy.
Virtual Poetry By: Daniel Tyx Like schools all over the world, MFS made the transition to online school for the last quarter due to the coronavirus. It was a difficult time for everyone, as we found ourselves learning and teaching in front of computer screens, instead of surrounded by our community of friends, teachers, students, […]Read More
As Tara Bertrand Hein completes grade 11 and plans for her future, she reflects on our school, our world and her future contributions to it with a bravery and vision that epitomizes the vision and mission of our school. If you remember her blog post (here) after Tropical Storm Nate, you already know this young woman’s passion and […]Read More
A series of poetry/storywriting seminars led by Joe Heithaus (who recently wrote the New York Times article about Monteverde) let writers from ages 13 to 83 stretch and bare our souls. We produced some pretty good stuff, but none better than this perspective on the road-building happening right now between Monteverde and Guacimal, by grade […]Read More
Our students aren’t just smart – they’re wildly creative. And, even more important, they’re BRAVE. They stand up in front of their peers and community and share themselves, and are met with unconditional support and love. That’s one of the defining characteristics of Monteverde – we are ready to celebrate whatever gift you have to […]Read More
Before the break, before Tropical Storm Nate, we were honored to have a visiting poet from Sudan. He shared some of his poetry, and also talked with students about the process of creating art. Inspired, two of our grade 10 students stood up and shared their own original work. The Mist – Galen Juliusson The […]Read More