Milestones

1987 - The International Montessori Preschool Vienna was founded in September 1987.  It is the first Montessori preschool to open since the closure of Montessori schools in Austria in the interwar period.  The preschool is recognized by many parents as a model of teaching excellence.

1990 - Publication of "Children's Parade", a special issue magazine dedicated to Montessori education.

1996 - Founding of the Vienna Montessori Institute, a teacher-training organization offering workshops and seminars by AMI trainers.  Move to Marc-Aurel-Strasse in Vienna's 1st District from the Montessori premise in Mahlerstraße.  A toddler program for 2-3 year olds was added.

1999 - Montessori Children's Art Exhibit.  A collection of children's artwork spanning a decade was exhibited at the preschool with a festive concert opening.  Proceeds went to the purchase of Montessori materials for impoverished children from ex-Yugoslavia.

2006 - Children's 250th Anniversary Mozart Birthday Party in the palatial rooms of Palais Kinsky offered by a family of the preschool. The concert itself was a tribute to Mozart's musical genius by the graduates, children and staff.  Dinner for 300+ guests with a chocolate fountain concluded a memorable celebration.

2010 - Move to Fabiani House in Vienna's 3rd District.  It is the preschool's home with Arenberg Park, one of Vienna's most beautiful parks and playgrounds, around the corner.

2014 - The Vienna Montessori Institute launched the first AMI teacher-training course in Vienna since 1952 with 12 students graduating from Vienna, Austria, as well as Slovakia, Romania, Japan and China.

2015 - Montessori Centenary Exhibition commemorating Montessori 100 years after her presentation at the Pan American Exhibition in San Francisco, where she showed her first model classroom in the United States.

2017 - Relaunch of the Toddler Program meeting current needs.  The Toddler Program is proving itself a milestone in preparing children to enter the full Montessori program.

Milestones

1987 - The International Montessori Preschool Vienna was founded in September 1987.  It is the first Montessori preschool to open since the closure of Montessori schools in Austria in the interwar period.  The preschool is recognized by many parents as a model of teaching excellence.

1990 - Publication of "Children's Parade", a special issue magazine dedicated to Montessori education.

1996 - Founding of the Vienna Montessori Institute, a teacher-training organization offering workshops and seminars by AMI trainers.  Move to Marc-Aurel-Strasse in Vienna's 1st District from the Montessori premise in Mahlerstraße.  A toddler program for 2-3 year olds was added.

1999 - Montessori Children's Art Exhibit.  A collection of children's artwork spanning a decade was exhibited at the preschool with a festive concert opening.  Proceeds went to the purchase of Montessori materials for impoverished children from ex-Yugoslavia.

2006 - Children's 250th Anniversary Mozart Birthday Party in the palatial rooms of Palais Kinsky offered by a family of the preschool. The concert itself was a tribute to Mozart's musical genius by the graduates, children and staff.  Dinner for 300+ guests with a chocolate fountain concluded a memorable celebration.

2010 - Move to Fabiani House in Vienna's 3rd District.  It is the preschool's home with Arenberg Park, one of Vienna's most beautiful parks and playgrounds, around the corner.

2014 - The Vienna Montessori Institute launched the first AMI teacher-training course in Vienna since 1952 with 12 students graduating from Vienna, Austria, as well as Slovakia, Romania, Japan and China.

2015 - Montessori Centenary Exhibition commemorating Montessori 100 years after her presentation at the Pan American Exhibition in San Francisco, where she showed her first model classroom in the United States.

2017 - Relaunch of the Toddler Program meeting current needs.  The Toddler Program is proving itself a milestone in preparing children to enter the full Montessori program.

Milestones

1987 - The International Montessori Preschool Vienna was founded in September 1987.  It is the first Montessori preschool to open since the closure of Montessori schools in Austria in the interwar period.  The preschool is recognized by many parents as a model of teaching excellence.

1990 - Publication of "Children's Parade", a special issue magazine dedicated to Montessori education.

1996 - Founding of the Vienna Montessori Institute, a teacher-training organization offering workshops and seminars by AMI trainers.  Move to Marc-Aurel-Strasse in Vienna's 1st District from the Montessori premise in Mahlerstraße.  A toddler program for 2-3 year olds was added.

1999 - Montessori Children's Art Exhibit.  A collection of children's artwork spanning a decade was exhibited at the preschool with a festive concert opening.  Proceeds went to the purchase of Montessori materials for impoverished children from ex-Yugoslavia.

2006 - Children's 250th Anniversary Mozart Birthday Party in the palatial rooms of Palais Kinsky offered by a family of the preschool. The concert itself was a tribute to Mozart's musical genius by the graduates, children and staff.  Dinner for 300+ guests with a chocolate fountain concluded a memorable celebration.

2010 - Move to Fabiani House in Vienna's 3rd District.  It is the preschool's home with Arenberg Park, one of Vienna's most beautiful parks and playgrounds, around the corner.

2014 - The Vienna Montessori Institute launched the first AMI teacher-training course in Vienna since 1952 with 12 students graduating from Vienna, Austria, as well as Slovakia, Romania, Japan and China.

2015 - Montessori Centenary Exhibition commemorating Montessori 100 years after her presentation at the Pan American Exhibition in San Francisco, where she showed her first model classroom in the United States.

2017 - Relaunch of the Toddler Program meeting current needs.  The Toddler Program is proving itself a milestone in preparing children to enter the full Montessori program.

Milestones

1987 - The International Montessori Preschool Vienna was founded in September 1987.  It is the first Montessori preschool to open since the closure of Montessori schools in Austria in the interwar period.  The preschool is recognized by many parents as a model of teaching excellence.

1990 - Publication of "Children's Parade", a special issue magazine dedicated to Montessori education.

1996 - Founding of the Vienna Montessori Institute, a teacher-training organization offering workshops and seminars by AMI trainers.  Move to Marc-Aurel-Strasse in Vienna's 1st District from the Montessori premise in Mahlerstraße.  A toddler program for 2-3 year olds was added.

1999 - Montessori Children's Art Exhibit.  A collection of children's artwork spanning a decade was exhibited at the preschool with a festive concert opening.  Proceeds went to the purchase of Montessori materials for impoverished children from ex-Yugoslavia.

2006 - Children's 250th Anniversary Mozart Birthday Party in the palatial rooms of Palais Kinsky offered by a family of the preschool. The concert itself was a tribute to Mozart's musical genius by the graduates, children and staff.  Dinner for 300+ guests with a chocolate fountain concluded a memorable celebration.

2010 - Move to Fabiani House in Vienna's 3rd District.  It is the preschool's home with Arenberg Park, one of Vienna's most beautiful parks and playgrounds, around the corner.

2014 - The Vienna Montessori Institute launched the first AMI teacher-training course in Vienna since 1952 with 12 students graduating from Vienna, Austria, as well as Slovakia, Romania, Japan and China.

2015 - Montessori Centenary Exhibition commemorating Montessori 100 years after her presentation at the Pan American Exhibition in San Francisco, where she showed her first model classroom in the United States.

2017 - Relaunch of the Toddler Program meeting current needs.  The Toddler Program is proving itself a milestone in preparing children to enter the full Montessori program.

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