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Our method of education was developed by Dr. Maria Montessori. One of the first women to earn a medical doctorate in Italy, Dr. Montessori refined her method through scientifIC observation of children.

When a classroom was organized with excellent materials, she noticed that:

  • Children freely engage in deep concentration, problem solving, and practice;

  • Teachers observe and serve as guides, introducing children to challenging new material when they are ready;

  • Children of different ages work together and help each other;

  • Long, uninterrupted periods of time foster concentration.

Since her fIrst school opened for children with special needs in a poor neighborhood of Rome in 1907, her method has expanded to serve all kinds of children in thousands of programs across the world.

Middle School


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We help schools prepare students with the skills, knowledge,

and habits to lead fulfilled lives long after they graduate.

At Invictus Nashville, teachers deliver dynamic lessons to the whole class, small groups, or one-on-one. Recognizing that each child is unique, educators teach in ways that ensure each student gains knowledge and develops lifelong learning skills on the timeline and in the ways that they learn best.

Teaching Through Projects


Students learn from teachers through whole group instruction, small group sessions, and one-on-one time. With hands-on projects and group learning, teachers show students how to apply lifelong skills — such as collaborating with a team, interpreting data and presenting persuasive arguments.

When completing work independently, students access a range of additional helpful resources through the Summit Learning platform — it's like having a library at their fingertips. By studying in different ways, students gain a self awareness about how they learn best. Teachers guide students to build habits -- like curiosity, resilience, and a sense of purpose -- that help them thrive throughout their lives.

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