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WELCOME TO GAMBLE MONTESSORI
The faculty and staff of Gamble Montessori High School are committed to developing students into thoughtful, intelligent and inclusive human spirits who contribute to the stewardship of our community and our planet. Using Montessori principles, we create an enriching, diverse and nurturing environment that helps students achieve limitless potential.
We have high expectations of all our students and we teach them to have high expectations of themselves. We offer a rigorous college preparatory program that marries academic concepts with real-world experiences to help students appreciate their role in our society. Students also are challenged creatively through a strong fine arts program that includes drama, visual art, band, strings and vocal music. In addition, students participate in community service projects and a variety of field experiences with businesses and organizations throughout our city and around the world.
Inside every child is a natural ability to learn. At Gamble Montessori, we nurture that ability so that students develop a lifelong passion for learning and gain the confidence they need to thrive in an ever-changing world.
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU ABOUT OUR NEW BUILDING!
To all of those concerned: if you have any questions concerning the move to our new location in Westwood for the 2013-14 school year or any questions about the building itself, please click this link and submit your questions. Please note that you can also follow the link to see the responses to yours or others' questions. Thanks!
GAMBLE MONTESSORI FACTS AND INFORMATION
- We are moving to our permanent home in Westwood in Fall 2013
- We are an Excellent school as rated by the Ohio Department of Education's School Report Card
- We are one of the top four high schools in Cincinnati Public Schools in terms of student academic performance (Walnut Hills, SCPA, Clark Montessori, and Gamble Montessori)
- We are one of the two CPS high schools to have a National Merit Scholar in 2012 (Walnut Hills, Gamble Montessori).
- We are the ONLY high school in Greater Cincinnati to have a Gates Millennium Scholar in 2012
- Click here for more facts and information
THE INFORMATIVE ACADEMICS PAGE
Please visit our Academics page to find checklists for college-readiness, links to summer homework, the spring optioning sheet, and a list of the post-secondary destinations of the class of 2012.
BE IT PROCLAIMED:
Whereas, James N. Gamble Montessori High School staff, students, and families proudly promote and exemplify their five core values of Community, Hard Work, Learning, Peace, and Respect; and,
Whereas, James N. Gamble Montessori High School will, in its 8th year of existence, be moving to its permanent home in Westwood in August of 2013; and,
Whereas, the faculty of James N. Gamble Montessori High School show their dedication to their students by offering rigorous coursework, requiring community service, and taking students on engaging field studies that often involve camping overnight and travel out of the city; and,
Whereas, the students of James N. Gamble Montessori High School work diligently as demonstrated by the fact that 27% of them earned A or B honor roll status in the first quarter this year; and,
Whereas, James N. Gamble Montessori High School has developed international partnerships with Korea through the Korean consulate and New Taipei City through the sister city program, offering its students opportunities beyond the borders of their schools, neighborhood, and city; and
Whereas, James N. Gamble Montessori High School has earned the ranking of “Excellent” from the Ohio Department of Education, helping reveal what their staff, students, and parents knew all along: that Gamble Montessori is a crown jewel in Cincinnati Public Schools and a credit to the city of Cincinnati.
Now, Therefore, I, Mark Mallory,
Mayor of the City of Cincinnati do hereby proclaim November 20th, 2012
“James N. Gamble Montessori High School Day” in Cincinnati.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused this seal of the City of Cincinnati to be affixed this sixteenth day of November in the year Two Thousand and Twelve.
Mark Mallory, Mayor
City of Cincinnati
“We seek to help each other develop as thoughtful, intelligent, inclusive human spirits who contribute to the stewardship of our community and planet.”
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