our campus

In January of 2017 we opened our beautiful new campus, featuring 38 acres of pristine, undeveloped land in the burgeoning Bellevue area of Nashville near the Natchez Trace. In line with Montessori principles, this campus was designed to feature a community-centered “village” concept, which allows children of varying ages to interact throughout the day as they would in a family environment. Our thoughtfully prepared buildings and grounds comfortably accommodate up to 130 students ranging in age from infancy through middle school, giving them plenty of room to run, play, explore, and discover the beauty and wonder of nature in a safe and secure setting.

our commitment

Sustainability   |     Responsibility     |     Conservation


At Holy Trinity Montessori, children are taught to respect and appreciate nature. We spend a lot of time playing and learning outdoors, working in our gardens, taking nature walks, and caring for the land. With open fields, wooded trails, and natural playscapes to encourage creative play and exploration, our young friends get to enjoy the imaginative wonder of childhood while they are at school.


Our 38-acre campus is the ideal setting in which to preserve the natural beauty of the gorgeous Tennessee hills around us. We are committed to the conservation of natural resources. Every element of our design, from our building materials to our  garden, has been thoughtfully prepared with sustainability in mind. 


In 2017, we welcomed our first farm animals to live at Holy Trinity Montessori. Children of all ages love to take care of our chickens, guinea fowl, and goats. This interaction teaches personal responsibility, respect for nature, and many more practical lessons which help us to become well-rounded and contributing members of society. We look forward to introducing multiple microeconomy opportunities for our students, such as selling eggs and goat-milk soaps, in the near future.

notes of DISTINCTION for

holy trinity montessori's campus

Authentic Montessori Environments

Low Tuition Structure

Catechesis of the Good Shepherd

Multi-Age Classrooms

Low Teacher/Child Ratios

Montessori-Credentialed Teachers

Reading Proficiency Program

Small Class Sizes

Thoughtful Architectural Design

Community-Centered Campus

Indoor/ Outdoor Classroom Spaces

Organic Garden and Composting

Natural Outdoor Play Areas

38 Undeveloped Acres to Explore

Emphasis on Environmental Care

Hiking Trails

Healthy Lifestyle Programs

Leading School Safety Standards

Working Farm School

Supportive Family Community

Individualized Instruction

Extended Care Options

Specialized Music & Art Programs

Future Athletics and Arts Expansions