Client: Dante Alighieri Montessori School, the only Montessori school in Boston Public Schools.

Project: Logo

Software: Adobe Illustrator

Logo for a Montessori School

If you are in charge of creating a logo for a school, there are a few things you will need to keep in mind. First, the logo should be simple and easy to remember. It should also be relevant to the school‘s mission and values. And finally, it should be versatile enough to be used in various applications.

With those things in mind, let’s take a look at a few tips for creating an effective school logo.

For this project, after initial research, which included questionnaires answered by the school community, the concept that raised to the top was school as a second home. A place where students are accepted, loved, and grow in learning and kindness. As a former member of the school community, I experienced this with my own children.

When it comes to educational methods, Montessori schools are unique. This type of school is based on the philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori, who believed that children learn best when they are given the freedom to explore their surroundings.

At a Montessori school, the classrooms are designed to be interactive. There are no desks or chairs in a traditional sense. Instead, the classrooms are filled with Montessori materials, which the children are free to use as they please.

The teachers at a Montessori school are not there to lecture the students. Instead, they act as guides, helping the children to discover the world around them.

One of the most important aspects of Montessori education is the focus on practical life skills. Children are taught how to do things like cook, clean, and take care of themselves. This helps them to develop a sense of independence and self–sufficiency.

If you are looking for an alternative to traditional education, a Montessori school might be the right choice for your family.