Modern Montessori School

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Modern Montessori School
Type Private school
Established 1985
Campus 24,000 square meters

The Modern Montessori School (MMS) is a private school in Amman, Jordan founded by Randa Amin Hasan. It caters to students from 3–18 years old, and is affiliated with the International Baccalaureate [1] and accredited by the International Centre for Montessori Education (ICME)[2]. It was established in 1985 and is built on a 24,000 m2 piece of land. It is designed to meet international standards in school requirements. It offers a Montessori Early Childhood Education Programme from Nursery 1 to KG2; bilingual English/Arabic curriculum for grades 1-8; a specially formulated pre-IB Bridge Years (BYP) curriculum for grades 9 + 10; and IB curriculum for grades 11 + 12.

Its students and administration hold an annual Model Arab League conference ("AMAL") as well as other yearly conferences, events, and seminars.

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