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Mercy Montessori Center
2335 Grandview Avenue    
Cincinnati, Ohio  45206  
Private/Independent School
pre-k 8 305 students


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For more than 50 years, Mercy Montessori has educated the whole child, developing a strong foundation for learning for students in preschool - 8th grade. Mercy has an income-based sliding scale tuition model as well as financial aid opportunities (including EdChoice). As part of the curriculum, Mercy offers weekly swimming lessons in the on-campus, indoor pool, a farm-to-table microeconomy program (Farmessori), religion, Spanish, music, and art. Mercy Montessori is a sponsored ministry of the Institute of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas and is a member of Mercy Education.

We are a vibrant and supportive community that nurtures the whole child … and the whole adult!  We’ve been named a Top Workplace for five years running.

Diversity Mission Statement

Mercy Montessori strives to strengthen our community and broaden our vision and understanding of living mercy and seeking justice to build a truly authentic and inclusive community. Guided by our Mercy mission, we deepen our understanding and appreciation of a diverse community and recognize the ongoing opportunities in listening to and learning from one another. 

Our school strives to exemplify a microcosm of our greater society by enrolling a diverse student body. Our unique, income-based sliding tuition scale and commitment to educating children with diverse abilities and learning differences support us in achieving this mission. 

One of our school’s areas of focus is the Sisters of Mercy Critical Concern of Anti-Racism. Our goal is to educate all of our students to embrace others and to be advocates for issues of equity and social justice both within our walls and in our greater world. 

Our strategic plan is the culmination of more than 15 months of planning and work.  We believe that the work outlined in our DEIB Strategic Plan is necessary to support our educational team, our students, and our parents. It is part of our mission to educate each child to become a contributing member of society.  

The strategic plan aligns with our school mission, Catholic identity, Sisters of Mercy Critical Concerns, and Montessori philosophy.  This is detailed within the strategic plan.

It is our hope that this work will inspire awareness within our community, foster conversation, grow our understanding of various identities and experiences, and identify opportunities for advocacy.