Fundraising

OUR FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN AND GOALS

ArborCreek Montessori Academy will be a Montessori school serving upper elementary through high school aged students through the implementation of the Montessori method. Our vision is to create a campus with several free standing buildings comprised of upper elementary, middle, and high school classrooms with a tornado shelter; a gymnasium; a kitchen; an outdoor play area and a garden where children will grow food to be harvested and prepared as part of the school meals. Montessori education enables children to learn and perform at their highest potential, driven by a love of learning cultivated through a carefully developed and expertly delivered curriculum. ArborCreek’s leaders are committed to the belief that every student is entitled to respect, courtesy, encouragement, and kindness in a setting that supports the whole child by nurturing social, emotional, and physical needs in addition to developing academic excellence. Our mission is to uphold the visionary, collaborative and inclusive approach of the Montessori philosophy, thereby fostering a diverse learning environment where children from varied economic, social, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds will excel and flourish. The students of ArborCreek Montessori Academy will be future leaders, making a positive impact in the world for years to come.

ArborCreek’s founders are committed to the belief that every student is entitled to respect, courtesy, encouragement, and kindness in a setting that supports the whole child by nurturing social, emotional, and physical needs in addition to developing academic excellence. By providing an authentic Montessori educational experience, we will serve an unmet need in the Dallas area educational system. The students of ArborCreek Montessori Academy will be future leaders, making a positive impact in the world for decades to come.

Our immediate financial goal is to raise $1,445,360.00 to open the first class of 4th – 6th grade in August 2017 and lay the groundwork to open subsequent classes: a second class of 4th – 6th grade in 2018, two classes of 6th – 9th grade in 2019 and two classes of 9th – 12th grade by 2021.