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We provide an authentic Montessori education to children ages 18 months to 6th grade

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Why Montessori?

Equity Statement: What We Believe

MIR is committed to creating an anti-bias learning community and to dismantling systems of racism and oppression. As a part of this vision, we strive to listen, learn, and respond by creating equitable values and practices. We will dedicate time and resources for continued staff learning. We will work in partnership with families to align our practices with our values and vision. We believe children should learn about the lives of others and see themselves in the curriculum and stories they hear. We aim to make Montessori in Redlands a welcoming, caring, and intentionally inclusive space.

We believe children have the capacity to create a more peaceful, just, and equitable future. Diversity makes us more resilient and strong, and we welcome you onto this journey with us.

Land Acknowledgment

Montessori in Redlands acknowledges that the land on which our school is hosted on is the ancestral and unceded territory of the Maara’yam, commonly referred to as the Serrano people and, in the contemporary era, are represented by two federally recognized Tribes: The Yuhaaviatam of the San Manuel Nation and Morongo Band of Mission Indians. We recognize the painful history of genocide and forced removal of the Serrano people from many parts of their unceded territory and the other atrocities associated with colonization and the mission system. Our acknowledgment is one action we can take to correct the stories and practices that erase Indigenous people’s history and culture. By supporting and recognizing the sovereignty of the Serrano people, we hope to create a meaningful partnership that honors this land and shared space.


Montessori in Redlands aqaciv Maara’yam puuñu tiü̱vav püüki, Püünüp amaqa’. Amai’ aam ani m qac, Yuhaaviatam of San Manuel Nation ami’ Morongo Band of Mission Indians, aamü’ puuñu tiü̱vac uvihanu’. Uviht wüwü̱ham kikiičawanqam Taaqtam mü’ iip qac Maara’yam pümüva’. Pü̱ü̱po̱itam püüpitam Yaraa’nkam mü’ nüüpkcu’ iip waha’. Čatiü̱ha’, čapa̱a̱vcan, ča’aav iipia’ wü̱ü̱r ani tiü̱h puyu tum hiit ani vü’ ñihai. Ivi č hawai’t čamaqanow tač ünaac čañuui ya’niniv. Kʷü’č wo̱han tühtüy, pana’ ñaankʷ kʷü’č ünaac pünümin Taaqtam iipiu’cam. S̱ive’kü č wii’wün ünaac ča’ah’aavikci puyu iip ivi’ tiü̱vav apünki’či. Mümk kʷü’č vüra’nivan puyu ani kʷünüvü’ ñihai, a’ayüc apaamkʷ qacüka’ puyu tum haiim pümüka’.

We encourage you to learn more about the culture, stories, and history of the Maara’yam:


1890 Orange Ave
CA 92373
United States

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