Reopening Montrose

Looking Ahead to 2020-2021

Spring 2020 has been an historic era for Montrose. After closing on March 12, five days later we launched Mavericks Connect distance learning. Thanks to our strong faculty, motivated students and close collaboration with parents, teaching and learning continued at the highest level through the end of the school year. 

As we look ahead to fall, we fully intend to open the 2020-2021 academic year in person and on campus in Medfield this September, following guidelines from Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker and state and local public health officials. 

The health and safety of your daughter and all our community members are paramount as we prepare for multiple scenarios in case we need to transition from in-person instruction to distance learning or a mix of both. The Montrose Covid Response Navigation Plan will allow for this flexibility. 

We are well positioned to be agile in every scenario. The benefits of our size make it possible for us to utilize effectively all of the spaces on our campus and keep class sizes small. 

What enables us to remain agile in this climate of uncertainty is faith in God and clarity about our true north: fidelity to our mission. Maverick women know they are unique, unrepeatable and called by God to greatness.

Letters from School

Covid-19 resources


What People Are Saying About Montrose

"Montrose School offers an unparalleled education for girls, with a culture of academic seriousness, intellectual freedom and moral integrity where students can grow in confidence and self-knowledge. This rare combination makes Montrose a leader in forming young women of character, who are inspired to lead and serve." 

O. Carter Snead
William P. and Hazel B. White Director, Center for Ethics and Culture
Professor of Law
Concurrent Professor of Political Science
University of Notre Dame