Who We Are

We believe children are born with the need to explore and discover with the strong desire to learn…

Therefore, we treat their curiosity and creativity with great care allowing them to explore their interests from an early age. We provide the kinds of lessons, even the most challenging ones, that make learning exciting and stimulate the desire to find out more. Lessons are given to small groups of students or even individually, so that they can understand the concepts presented. Our students are our first priority, and we have the time to listen and help them find answers.


At JBMA, we offer a variety of programs that fit the needs of all types of students. Our toddler, preschool, lower elementary, upper elementary, and middle school programs are designed to help children grow into independent and self-motivated students.


Interested in applying? Our admissions process is outlined for you under our admissions tab. There you can schedule a tour, and learn more about applying.


Located on a beautiful 23 acre property next to Oak Mountain State Park, our facilities allow students and staff to be connected to nature. The campus buildings are designed and maintained to keep nature at the center of our experience.

Stay Connected

We strive to stay connected with our community via social media and our school blog. Stop by our Blog and see all the incredible things our students have been doing both on and off campus.

“Education is a natural process carried out by the child and is not acquired by listening to words but by experiences in the environment.”

– Maria Montessori

School Operations

JBMA is open and operating on a normal schedule.

In the event of a school closing or change to operating hours, the circle above will change to red. Please read through our procedures for school closings and inclement weather by clicking below.

Parent's Hub

We are launching our new and improved Parent’s Hub! This feature of the website contains everything from our monthly lunch menu and upcoming events, to links to classroom blogs and resources. Please be sure to visit and explore this new area!

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