The many members of the MCHS community have been integral to our successful efforts to provide the exceptional Montessori programming. There are many ways to support MCHS. Help us strengthen our community by continuing the tradition and legacy.
We could not accomplish what we do every day for the children of Montessori Children’s House and School without the support of parents, volunteers, local business partners and you. Your participation in the programs listed below helps us to sustain a rich and vital learning environment.
MCHS Next50 Fund
Gifts to The Next50 Fund support a lasting legacy that will address both the current needs and future plans of the school. For more information about The Next50 Fund, click here.
MCHS is a participant in North Texas Giving Day hosted by the Communities Foundation of Texas. Please visit our link to participate.
MCHS participates in AmazonSmile. Bookmark Montessori Children’s House and School as your charitable organization of choice and all future Amazon purchases will benefit the school when you visit smile.amazon.com. When you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice. Click the button below, search for “Montessori Children’s House and School,” and select our school in Dallas, TX.
MCHS is a member of the Tom Thumb’s Good Neighbor Program. To add MCHS to your Tom Thumb Reward Card, fill out the application by clicking the button below, and turn it to Tom Thumb’s customer service desk. If you don’t have a reward card, just provide the cashier the school ID number. Tom Thumb’s Good Neighbor program will contribute 1% of food purchases to the school (pharmacy, fuel, alcoholic beverages and tobacco products don’t qualify). The MCHS Charity # is 5763.
MCHS is a 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt, non-profit educational facility. It is incorporated as a separate entity and is not owned by any individual. A Board of Directors comprised entirely of dedicated volunteers is responsible for its governance and for overseeing the mission of the school—which is to provide the best possible Montessori education to our students.
MCHS operates without funding from city, state, or federal government entities. All of the contributions made to MCHS benefit our students.