The Montessori High School of Kentucky is an innovative four-year secondary school partnered with the University of Kentucky’s College of Education. We offer an academically rigorous, student-centered, interdisciplinary education that gives students the learning and leadership skills they need to succeed. Our graduates not only succeed in their post-secondary education or career choices, but as global citizens and innovators.

The Montessori Advantage

Successful Montessori High students complete and surpass all state requirements, and are given options to broaden their educational horizons, thereby greatly enhancing their chances for acceptance, scholarships, and readiness for college and career.

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Our rigorous academic curriculum exceeds state and national standards, and prepares students for any and all post-secondary endeavors. Our teachers are not only highly qualified educators, they are mentors who are passionate about educating the whole child.

Program Summary


We consider for admission students who are academically motivated, intellectually curious, and independent thinkers. Successful students at MHS thrive in an environment where they are actively engaged in the learning process, and within the community.

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Friday Newsletter 5-2-14

MHS News 5/2/2014   Save The Date May 2: Bonfire May 9:  Last ACT Prep Class May 10:  7:30 – Midnight Masquerade... Read More →

Friday Newsletter 4-18-14

MHS News 4/18/2014   Save The Date April 19:  10:00 AM – 1:00 PM Student “Clotheswap” April 26-28 Conference Days by Appointment... Read More →

Friday Newsletter 3-14-2013

MHS News 3/14/2014 Save The Date March 20: 7 pm Parent Education Night (see more information below) March 21:  First Quarter... Read More →

Friday Newsletter 3-7-2014

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  The Montessori High School of Kentucky admits students without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, or sexual orientation.

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