Open House

Convenient morning (9 a.m.) and afternoon (4:30 p.m.) opportunities to discover what New Morning School offers. Call (734) 420-3331 for details.

Learning, presentation skills on display at Museum Day

https://youtu.be/GlR0_v6rwK0 Jillian Beckley offers her views on the value of Museum Day at New Morning School Each year, our students -- from preschool through middle school -- select various topics and present information from that for annual Museum Day. This year, we continued the Sunday-afternoon tradition. Museum Day also offers an opportunity for those … Continue reading Learning, presentation skills on display at Museum Day

Kindergarten has openings for the 2019-2020 school year at NMS.

Enrollment inquiries always welcome; schedule a tour

New Morning School accepts enrollment inquiries for all levels throughout the year. We encourage anyone interested in a unique, personalized education by contacting us to learn more or to schedule a weekday tour of our school. Tour our school (with or without your child, although a visit including your child prior to enrollment is … Continue reading Enrollment inquiries always welcome; schedule a tour

The Importance of Natural Movement | Paul Hanna

My family did some traveling this summer. We listened to lots of toddler-curated music, but we also had the opportunity to catch an audiobook we loved -- “Movement Matters” by Katy Bowman. I recommend this book. The book is a collection of essays written by the movement scientist (specifically a “biomechanist”), who believes a … Continue reading The Importance of Natural Movement | Paul Hanna

Middle school students break down barriers with early outings

Incorporating a fresh batch of former elementary students with an already-established group of middle schoolers goes better when everyone gets to know each other. That was the impetus for a pair of early team-building field trips taken by the middle school class. Starting Sept. 11 with a trip to the Howell Nature Center, the … Continue reading Middle school students break down barriers with early outings