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#1 of 5 Old 09-04-2014, 05:52 PM - Thread Starter
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Ft. Collins Elementary Schools

There's a good possibility that my family will be moving to Ft. Collins, and I was wondering what schools any of you Ft. Collins ladies send our elementary age kids to?

We currently attend a Waldorf school in Tucson (I just found out that there is a Waldorf-inspired charter called Mountain Sage?), but I'm also open to Montessori, charter, or even public.

I'm visiting Ft. Collins in a few weeks, and wanted to possibly visit/see some schools while I'm there.

Thank you!!

Mama to my sweet sea-blue-eyed girl (2/06) and my hilarious mz dd twins (1/09) who keep me running.
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Our daughter goes to Mountain Sage. We LOVE it! PM me if you would like to have more info.
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Oh check out ourf Facebook page and also we have Monday morning coffee after drop off at a cafe and you are more than welcome join us if you want to know a bit more about our school. Pm me for more info.
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@fragola3 , did you find what you were looking for? I have two children at Mountain Sage and I sit on the Board of Trustees. I'd be happy to answer any questions, if you still have them.
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I've homeschooled since grade K for the past 13 years or so with a Waldorf-inspired curriculum. We also have had Waldorf families for weekly projects, support, and celebrations. I only mention this in case there was ever a time you'd want to homeschool. The resources and support for doing so in our area are plentiful.

Best to you!

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