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Are you passionate about supporting innovative educational models? Do you value connecting with educators, leaders, community members, and parents? Would you like to help increase access to high-quality small public schools across the state of Colorado?

WMPSC is currently soliciting prospective candidates for the Board of Directors.

Queer & Trans, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, womxn, and people with disabilities are especially encouraged to apply.

WMPSC Board of Directors

WMPSC Board members co-create charter microschools with Wildflower Teacher Leaders and the communities the schools will serve. As charter design team members, we are clearing the path for neighborhood schools that offer authentic Montessori learning environments with a deep lens towards social justice and equity. The Founding Board is committed to navigating Colorado’s public education ecosystem to operationalize our independent network of microschools through connecting with communities, policymakers, authorizers, funders, and influencers in the local and state-wide educational policy and innovation spaces. This action-oriented governance body lays the groundwork for moving WMPSC’s charter vision to reality, creating the conditions for our Teacher Leaders to found and lead high fidelity Montessori micro-schools in partnership with historically marginalized communities across Colorado. 

Learn more about the Board's role here.

Interested? Contact us at to start the conversation.


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