In the Spirit of our Vision and Mission, we are restructuring and transitioning our services to reach the larger community in Park City.
In response to the community's request, experiential, Nature-based
Another Way School has expanded into a multigenerational educational and outdoor center for young children, teens and adults.
Another Way Community Center reconnects children
and adults through direct experiences in Nature and with horses
to the interconnected, all-inclusiveness of life.
Another Way's approach fosters the integration of the child's
personality through an organic connection
between Nature & academics, the individual &
community, work & living space, play & art.
Outdoor Education & Friluftsliv, Mindful Horsemanship, Child-Centered Skiing, Way of the Wild: Frontier Skills and our Nature-based, Montessori approach to education are integral parts of the Another Way Teacher Training program, Parent Education, Teen Mentoring and the Lab School.
Children & adults can comprehend, copy, cooperate and collaborate with Nature in ways that foster the highest good of all Life, and the natural joy that results when respect and kindness are the guiding principles.
2018-2019 Winter programs, dates, times and fees are as follows:
MONTESSORI IN THE WILD
SPECIALTY PROGRAMS & FEE SCHEDULE
All fees are prepaid
Awaken the Mind: Cooperate, Collaborate,
and Create with Nature
“Nature is the home of culture”
An entirely new way of relating and learning
The benefits of learning in Nature
Physical Cognitive Emotional Spiritual
Motor coordination Improved cognition Respect & responsibility Promotes social interaction
Physical fitness Reasoning & problem solving Reduces stress & fatigue Empathy & kindness
Self-discipline Flexibility/adaptability Well-being Fires the imagination
Promotes life skills Promotes Executive Function Delayed gratification See all life as connected
Academics are applied, refined and extended in project-based,
collaborative learning experiences in all programs.
Students learn to thrive in Nature extending what they
have learned to school, home and the community.
Testimonies from Parents & Students
Nella is on a Jr. Race Team here in North Carolina. Yesterday was her first race. Nella placed 1st in the 5-6 year-old girls’ group.
Thank you for such amazing ski instruction. We thoroughly enjoyed our time at Another Way, and will miss it very much.
- Heather Tweedie and Zack Althen
A goal of Another Way is to foster the natural ability in all children to recognize the all inclusive Oneness of life and
communicate with respect and kindness.
Through their experiences, the children come to recognize that "We are All Related", a profound Native American philosophy of life.
Another Way incorporates the work of a number of innovators in the education of children; Montessori, Piaget, Cobb, Tagore and Steiner.
All of these innovators naturally supported the Native American reverence for Nature in their works.
"Life's five windows of the soul distort heaven from pole to pole and create a lie, when we see with
not through the eye."
"Nature provides the unbiased connection for awakening the child's mind to the spiritual Oneness of all Life."
- Edith Cobb
Doing it by themselves with confidence and joy!
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Accreditation of Another Way School by Montessori Educational Programs International (MEPI) confirms publicly that Another Way School demonstrates and promotes authentic Montessori philosophy and educational practice for the benefit of children, families, and the global professional community.
"Living Matrix Education, Inc. dba Another Way is a 501 (C) 3, non-profit organization guided by a Tribal Council comprised of parents, business and community leaders. Another Way does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in
the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs,
athletic and other school-administered programs."