Toddler-Kindergarten
4755 Prosperity Church Road
Charlotte, NC  28269

 

(704) 503-6000 

 

1st - 6th Grade (Gymnasium)
9026 Mallard Creek Road
Charlotte, NC  28262

 
 
 
 

7th - 12th Grade
4125 Johnston Oehler Road
Charlotte, NC  28269

 

 

 

 

 
 

 


In The News


February 28, 2014
Tennis Program Grows At Countryside

Click here to read the article in The Charlotte Observer


October 12, 2012
Banned Books Are Some Of The Best, Students Say

Click here to read the article in The Huntersville Herald


September 9, 2012
Countryside Student Raising Money For Sickle Cell Research

Click here to read the article in The Huntersville Herald


Cross Country Trail Run to Support Sickle Cell Foundation

 August 28, 2012 – CHARLOTTE, NC:  Countryside Montessori School 7th grade student, Netanya Dennis lost her father to Sickle Cell Disease five years ago.  Now she’s working to break the Sickle Cell cycle and find a cure by partnering with her school’s annual Mustang Madness event:  a 5K Trail run, 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk and Corn Hole Tournament held on Saturday, September 15 at the Middle/High School campus on Johnston-Oehler Road in North Charlotte.
 
Netanya Dennis and members of her Girl Scout Troop # 3745 will be volunteering at the race doing everything from race check-in, replenishing the water stations and monitoring the race course.  Sickle Cell Disease occurs in one out of every 500 African American births. 
 
The race is called Mustang Madness in honor of Countryside’s school mascot, the Mustang.  The 5K Trail Run begins at 8:30 am followed by a 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk at 10:00 am.  The run/walk is a favorite among the younger students at Countryside and is something that parents and students do together.  10:30 am is the first annual Corn Hole Tournament. 
 
This event is open to the public.  Race fees are $25 for the 5K; $15 for the 1 Mile and $20 for the Corn Hole Tournament. Donations to the Sickle Cell Foundation are encouraged upon registration.  Register online at www.countrysidemontessorischools.org/mustang-madness.
 
Countryside Montessori School is the only independent school in North Carolina offering the complete cycle of Montessori education from Toddler through College Preparatory School.  The school has three campuses located in the University City are of Charlotte.  www.countrysidemontessorischools.org  (704) 503-6000.  4125 Johnston-Oehler Road, Charlotte, NC  28269.
 
 

December 5, 2011
Mustangs Count On Speed, Talent To Balance Youth

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November 13, 2011
Countryside Montessori Adds Disc Golf To Offerings

Click here to read the article in The Charlotte Observer


November 2011
iKids - Technology in the Classroom

Click here to read the article in University City Magazine


October 9, 2011
Countryside Pursues $10,000 Panthers Grant

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September 25, 2011
Flag of Fallen Soldier Flies Again At School

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September 16, 2011
Flag Holds Special Meaning to Countryside Montessori Teacher

Click here to read the article in The Huntersville Weekly


August 28, 2011
Hike Brings Out The Best In Countryside Third Grader

Click here to read the article in The Charlotte Observer


July 4, 2011
Scouts Raise The Flag with Their Standards

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July 3, 2011
Program Grooms Next Generations of Leaders

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June 2011
Countryside Does It Right As A Model for Sportsmanship

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May 2011
A Class for the Ages

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May 22, 2011
Countryside Montessori Athletics Has Grown Up

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April 24, 2011
Countryside Hoops Star Makes School History

Click here to read the article in Lake Norman News

April 17, 211
Young Mustangs Are Growing Competitive Sports From Scratch

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February 7, 2011
Graduating Seniors Pioneered Sports At Their School

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February 4, 2011
Torrence Creek Principal Accepts New Position At Countryside Montessori

Click here read the article in The Huntersville Herald Weekly

January 2011
Countryside Plays in the Charlotte Gaston Athletic Association (CGAA)

Click here to read the article in University City Magazine


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