Lauren Wolfgram, FMS Class of ’09

Lauren Wolfgram was an FMS student for nine years, beginning at age five and continuing until she graduated from middle school in 2009. She graduated from Foothill High School with an Advanced Honors Diploma and is now attending the University of Nevada, Reno.

Favorite FMS Memories

Many people call high school “the time of their lives” but FMS was that for me. I treasure the years I spent there. I loved the sense of community and that there was always something new being presented to my growing little mind. FMS became a second home for me and I enjoyed it all: the field trips, the practical life work in kindergarten and being able to perform in school plays. Now that my cousin is a third grader at FMS I get to return occasionally to pick her up and every time I step back onto the school grounds I’m filled with nostalgia. Because FMS was my home, it molded me into who I am today and I wouldn’t trade that for the world.

“I don’t ever remember a time when I didn’t want to go to school.”
Hobbies & Activities

Glee Club, reading, drawing, anything musical and theater.

Future Plans

I am very interested in fine arts and the performing arts. I don’t know yet what career path I will end up going down but thanks to FMS I’m very confident I can succeed in my future ventures.

Favorite Thing About Montessori

One of the things I loved about FMS was that it was very hands-on and intimate. I don’t ever remember a time when I didn’t want to go to school. I was always excited to see what was in store for me that day. Montessori education not only gave me the tools I needed to succeed later in life but also made me a kinder and more aware person. I learned how to work together with others and developed so many life skills I don’t think I would have gained from a public school education.