Parent Center

Welcome to the Hermosa Community, a group of dedicated adults working to create a bright future for today’s children: tomorrow's leaders.  Use these pages to learn more about the community and how you can participate. We encourage parents to take an active role in their student’s educational community and offer opportunities to visit classrooms, learn more about Hermosa, and volunteer. Visit H.O.P.E. (Hermosa’s Organization of Parents for Education) to learn more.

We invite you to participate in regularly scheduled parent teacher conferences, twice each year, and we also encourage you to discuss your child’s progress with us at any time during the school year. Call the office to schedule a visit to see our classrooms and watch as children complete self-directed work on math, language arts, geography, and science using Montessori methods and materials. Observe 21st century skills such as creativity, critical thinking, communication, and collaboration in action daily.

Login Required

Parents, use the links above to find information to find required forms, to read about policies, and to access materials for you child's class. Some of the documents in this section of the website require a login and password. If you are a Hermosa parent who does not have a password yet or who has forgotten yours, please contact us.

Resources for parents

We’ve also collected a wide variety of informative articles, books, web sites, and other materials written by experts in health, child development, parenting, education, and Montessori psychology for your use.  These are on the parent resources page. We hope you will find these useful as your families grow.



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An Excelling School

Hermosa is proud to be an excelling Tucson charter school--the highest rank Arizona awards to schools.

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Hermosa Montessori School is located in a distinctive Tucson location especially chosen for its beauty.

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Montessori Method

Montessori is both a philosophy and psychology of child growth and development--and an educational system for guiding such growth.

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