Welcome to Innovation Montessori
Innovation Montessori Ocoee began as Montessori of Winter Garden Charter School in 2011. Our school was founded when a group of dedicated Montessori parents, from a local, private Montessori primary school, decided that they were willing to do what it took to create an opportunity for their children to continue their Montessori education beyond kindergarten. They applied for a charter, rented a suite in a strip mall and opened the doors to our public Montessori school in August of 2011.
From Aspiration to Reality
“Dreams do come true,” said Sherilyn Moore, CEO, Innovation Montessori Ocoee. “This innovation-filled campus not only provides an optimal learning environment in nature to explore, but it also inspires students to dream big. This critical moment in our growth as a school would not have been possible without Building Hope’s funding and above-and-beyond support, or without the City of Ocoee’s Mayor and officials who have become great partners,” said Moore..
2018/19 Yearbook NOW ON SALEApril 18, 2019
Camp Lakewood Expanded Summer OfferingsApril 14, 2019
IMO’s Spring Musical, Aladdin – This Weekend at Winter Garden TheatreApril 1, 2019
IMiTA Brings Agrabah to Life in Aladdin JRMarch 8, 2019
We are excited to announce that Camp Lakewood at Innovation Montessori is returning for its second year. Join us for an unforgettable summer where you can explore the world of dinosaurs, create your own inventions, or perform in a musical!
Camp Lakewood offers 8-weeks of fun with low adult/child ratios, themed weeks, and an expanded summer theatre program taught by some of the area’s top professionals.
The campus facility is comprised of three buildings that offer a total of 47,000 square feet of climate-controlled space and two innovative outdoor play areas offering students 60,000 square feet of space to spread out and discover the world around them. The recently completed buildings include the two-story, 34,000 square foot Main building for students in grades one through eight that includes Music, Art, and Science rooms and the main administrative offices.The completed campus will allow the school to expand enrollment from the current 475 students to 800 students over the next few years.