Montessori School of Charlottetown (Canada)
Wraychel Horne holds a Masters of Arts degree from Wilfrid Laurier University and certification in Whole-School Management from the North American Montessori Teacher’s Association. She has overseen local, provincial, federal and international programs. Wraychel was selected to pilot youth programs and train colleagues in best practices for both the Ministry of Children and Youth Services and the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities while working in executive and consulting roles across Ontario.
She led the first paid co-operative program for youth outside of the Armed Services in Canada, and further expanded the program to run in its second year on Reserve for Aboriginal youth. Wraychel has previously partnered with a sister educational organization in Jamaica where she lobbied in person to double funding from federal ministers and senators for their 70,000 members. On location, she both shared and learned best practices of programming, marketing, and instructor retention. Wraychel also liaised with the High Commissioner of Canada to ensure colleagues and youth were able to enter Canada for exchanges without delay.
Wraychel is thrilled to be offering a Montessori education opportunity for Prince Edward Island where her family has five generations of history. She lives with her husband.
The Montessori School of Charlottetown