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Apr. 1

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Apr. 26-28

Full, interactive calendar

Open House - Infant-HS, 9-11 AM

MAP Testing - 2nd-9th grades, dates vary by level

Professional Development Day - early dismissal

Parent conferences (IT-US)

50th Anniversary Celebration and 38th Annual Spring Benefit

Field Day

Green River Preserve (GRP) field trip for LE-UE

Save the Date

Save the date, April 1, 2023, for a special 50th anniversary celebration! Visit the Spring Benefit page for more information.

Giving Grid

Click this link or the image below to view our MSA Giving Grid.

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Supporting MSA Family Businesses

During this time of social distancing and staying home, we would like to spotlight our MSA family businesses:

  • Carolina Bauernhaus Brewery and Winery

  • Reclaiming You Counseling LLC

  • Stowaway Storage

Please let us know if you own a small business that you would like to include on our MSA family business list by emailing the business office at


Montessori Mondays - Please join us each Monday in celebrating Montessori Monday by wearing Montessori-themed attire! Share your Montessori t-shirts on social media with the #MontessoriMonday hashtag and don't forget to tag MSA!

50th Anniversary Celebration and Spring Benefit - Save the date -- April 1, 2023 -- for Montessori School of Anderson's 50th Anniversary celebration and 38th annual Spring Benefit! Visit the Spring Benefit page for more information.

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280 Sam McGee Road

Anderson SC 29621    

Tel: 864-226-5344

Fax: 864-231-6562

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Chemis-Tea Testing

Students in Mr. Saunier's Chemistry class took Butterfly Pea Flower, a dried flower, and made tea from it. This tea makes a beautiful deep blue tea. They then added lemon juice, which is acidic. This tea is very pH reactive, and changes to a deep purple that deepens as you add more acid to it. They then used pH test strips to look at the change in pH as the lemon is added and how it affects the color of the tea.

Plant Growth Experiment

In a cross-level STEAM activity, students in Lower Elementary looking to determine whether or not corn on the cob was alive planted a corn cob as an experiment to test their hypotheses. When, after a couple of weeks, the corn cob was covered in sprouts, the students wanted to test whether the sprouts were growing from the cob or the kernels. So, the students revised their experimental setup and involved Middle School students in the Technology Club in order to monitor the growth after planting a new corn cob. An eighth grade student set up a Raspberry Pi computer and camera to record an image of the growth every fifteen minutes for twenty days, and those images were combined to create this video:

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