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Curriculum Night Open House Thursday, November 29

Join us for our Curriculum Night Open House at Montrose School, where girls are called to greatness.  

Greatness of mind, heart and character. A nationally recognized program where graduates are admitted to top colleges and universities. That's what makes a Montrose education unique.

You may pre-register by emailing Admissions@MontroseSchool.org, but walk-ins are always welcome!
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Montrose Podcast

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Montrose Podcast

Welcome to Montrose Podcast, the official podcast of Montrose School . . . where girls are called to greatness. 

Here, young women achieve academic excellence in a rich liberal arts environment by developing enduring habits of mind, heart and character. Join us as we explore topics that highlight the impact of a Montrose education, and how it affects the world around us.


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In the first edition of Montrose Podcast, host Mary Cahill Farella addresses Design Thinking as a strategy for student learning. Join us for thought-provoking conversations with faculty member Barbara Whitlock and special guest Dr. Michael Roberto, Trustee Professor of Management at Bryant University and Montrose parent.

This Episode's Guests

Michael Roberto

Dr. Michael A. Roberto teaches leadership, managerial decision making, and business strategy as the Trustee Professor of Management at Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island. He joined the faculty at Bryant University after teaching at Harvard Business School for six years. Professor Roberto earned an M.B.A. with High Distinction and a D.B.A. from Harvard Business School. He brings real-world business skills to the classroom from his years of consulting at and teaching in the leadership development programs of a number of firms, including Apple, Walmart, Morgan Stanley, Coca-Cola, Federal Express, and Johnson & Johnson. Recognized for his research, writing, and teaching, Professor Roberto has earned several coveted teaching awards, including the Outstanding M.B.A. Teaching Award from Bryant University and Harvard University's Allyn A. Young Prize for Teaching in Economics. His most recent book is Know What You Don't Know: How Great Leaders Prevent Problems Before They Happen.

Barbara Whitlock

Barbara Whitlock has taught upper school English and history at Montrose since 2012, while serving as the English Department Coordinator. She previously taught at Middlesex School in Concord and and the Academy of Notre Dame, Tyngsboro. In addition, she has developed a comprehensive primary through secondary writing curriculum which she has taught throughout the Boston area and to online students across the globe. 
Montrose Podcast host
Mary Cahill Farella is the host of Montrose Podcast. She is also a Montrose parent (‘16, ‘25). Mary spent over twenty years working for public media outlet WGBH, the Boston PBS affiliate. She now divides her time between professional pursuits, artistic endeavors, and holding down the homefront. Mary and her husband Stéfane live in Framingham, MA with their seven children.