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Fundraising

Charles Towne Montessori strives to keep tuition as low as possible, while maintaining a high standard for our families. Our fundraisers help to do this by providing our teachers and facilities with extras that are not funded by annual tuition.

There are many ways to give to the school, from simple donations and matching, our annual auction (Bushels & Bids Oyster Roast and Auction), Holiday Shoppe, and Fall Festival.

There are single events, and ongoing programs. Something is available to fit everyone’s style.

 


Charles Towne Montessori School is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization. It relies on tuition, fund-raising and donations for its revenue.

Give online:

  • Donate directly to our square account!
  • You can donate online through our secure Razoo page.

Give by check: Or you can make a tax-exempt donation to the school by sending a check to:

Charles Towne Montessori School
56 Leinbach Drive
Charleston, SC 29407

Please mark your check clearly that you are giving a donation.

Thank you for your support in helping to make Charles Towne Montessori an even greater school.

Charles Towne Montessori is a non-profit, non-partisan organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue code. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent provided by federal law. Our federal ID number is: 57-0548509. CTM on Guidestar.

Bushels and Bids

November 12th 2016


Other Events & Media

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Here are some archived videos that may help you better understand the Montessori method:

“Foundation for Montessori Education”
This is an overview of Montessori education and its advantages from a Canadian news report.

“What children really get out of Montessori”
Noted Montessori educator Tim Seldin outlines the benefits of Montessori education

“A few years in Montessori and all I got was …”
This hip 2-minute video highlights values that Montessori-educated children receive.

“Introduction to Montessori and the Montessori Foundation”
Produced following the National Education Report, this 8-minute video gives some history and theory about Montessori education.

“Montessori: Planting the seeds of learning”
This is a longer piece — more than 12 minutes long — but it will provide a lot of information for someone seeking to learn about the advantages of Montessori education.

Please let us know if any of the links above don’t work for you by