Montessori Lyceum Amsterdam

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Montessori Lyceum Amsterdam
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Pieter de Hoochstraat 59
1071 ED Amsterdam
Coordinates 52°21′18″N 4°53′08″E / 52.355055°N 4.885515°E / 52.355055; 4.885515Coordinates: 52°21′18″N 4°53′08″E / 52.355055°N 4.885515°E / 52.355055; 4.885515
Founded 1930
Head of school Wiebe Brouwer
Affiliation Montessori Comprehensive School Amsterdam Foundation

The Montessori Lyceum Amsterdam is a school in Amsterdam Zuid. It was the first Montessori secondary school in the Netherlands.

The school is part of the Montessori Scholengemeenschap Amsterdam, or MSA, which encompasses five schools: Montessori Lyceum Amsterdam, Montessori College Oost, IVKO School, the Cosmicus Montessori Lyceum and Amstellyceum.

The schools main entrance is located on Pieter de Hoochstraat. The school comprises four main buildings and one building across the road. The school is the largest of the "MSA" schools, it has 1526 students and 137 teachers.

Students at the Montessori Lyceum Amsterdam work with a special system for doing their school work. There are periods of six weeks called a: "blok" in this period they need to complete a set amount of homework. Each year has six "blokken".

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