Winn is AISD’s premier Montessori school. As part of AISD’s commitment to innovative excellence in schools, Winn’s program seeks to make an authentic Montessori experience accessible to ALL children.
Winn Montessori is a proud Spanish dual-language campus with dual-language classrooms being made up of Spanish- and English-language dominant students. This gives Spanish-speaking students the opportunity to continue to develop their native language while learning English and English-speaking students an opportunity to embrace a second language and culture. Just over half of the students at Winn Montessori participate in the dual-language program.
Full-day Pre-K 3
Winn Montessori is one of only a handful of AISD campuses that offer full-day Pre-K 3 (students must turn 3 on or before September 1 of the school year) from 7:40 AM-3:10 PM. Tuition-based after-care is also an option to extend the day until 6:00 PM.
Winn Montessori classrooms are divided into multi-age groupings based on each child's stage of development. Students stay with one class for an entire three-year cycle. This three-year grouping starts with Primary (Pre-K 3 - Kindergarten), continues to Lower Elementary (grades 1-3) and culminates in Upper Elementary (grades 4 & 5). This environment promotes diversity, leadership and true peer learning while minimizing transitions.
All students at Winn Montessori receive free breakfast and lunch. Meals are served family-style in the classroom. Students are highly encouraged to eat school-provided meals as participation is an integral part of the Montessori curriculum.
Special Education & Dyslexia Intervention
Our Special Education and Dyslexia Intervention departments are robust and available to both English- and Spanish-dominant students.
Student & Family Support
Winn Montessori is fortunate to have BOTH a Caregiver Support Specialist and a representative from Communities in Schools on campus to help students and families thrive.
Winn Montessori sits on 10 acres of land and in addition to two wonderful playscapes, students have access to a pollinator garden, a learning forest, a community garden, a wildflower prairie, a mud kitchen and other outdoor areas to encourage exploration and nature play.