In 1986, Minister Deborah & John Bryson opened their first Christian Montessori School, in Durham, North Carolina.,
Deborah holds degrees in Business Administration, Montessori Preprimary Credential, and is a Professional Residency Director with demonstrated competency in developing the communities for the Arts.
Deborah believes a Christian Education is essential. The Bryson programs incorporate Christian Education through the Montessori approach in Bible stories and songs, mutual respect, kindness, trust, courtesy, and grace. Children are required to be polite to teachers, to each other, and the environment. At Bryson Christian Montessori, we learn cultural diversity from each other, and learn that we are more than a classroom- we are a society where we experience the lessons of life.
1986-Present -Co/ Founder/ Head of Bryson Christian Montessori School, Inc.
One of the first African American Montessori Schools, in North Carolina since 1986. Acquiring three additional schools. The Bryson Schools are multi-cultural internationally Christian Montessori Schools of their caliber in North Carolina. A North Carolina State Pre-Kindergarten Program under the Local Leadership of the Durham Partnership for children. Providing professional teacher leadership and management for Bryson Christian Montessori School. Promoting secure foundations, achieving high standards in all areas of the schools work. Has successfully established a high quality education by effectively managing teaching, learning and using personalized learning to realize the potential of all children. Serves as liaison between teachers and parents.
Head of Schools
Deborah Bryson is The Head of Schools for Bryson Christian Montessori School. She serves as a centralizing leadership figure within the school and the local community. As Head of School, she work closely with, and report directly to parents and teachers, and an Advisory Parent Board of Directors. Deborah tends to issues that concern the school as a whole and will facilitate communication, build consensus among the teachers, staff, families and Board. In her role as Head of School she sees the larger vision for the future direction of the school while continuing to support and encourage the preservation of the Montessori philosophy through the school. Mrs. Bryson has served as a centralizing leadership figure within the school and the local community since 1985.
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