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April 2024 Newsletter

Spring signals fun activities at Escuela. Children and teachers arrive on the first day dressed as butterflies, trees, ladybugs, flowers and even a pineapple!  The school day finishes with an Easter egg hunt.

Local Press Recognizes Escuela with Donation

As the children recognize Spring, the local press recognized Escuela with these words:

"We are so happy this month to be donating to La Escuela Cooperativa, an incredible preschool defying regular school traditions and standards in Sayulita! This forward thinking school follows a Montessori inspired approach, helping children become independent thinkers, feeding their creativity and natural intelligence."

Fiesta Fun Fun

We also welcomed Spring with Fiesta Fun Funa benefit attended by parents, teachers and community members. Jesse, Edgar's father, spoke about how much Escuela had helped his son's growth and love of learning. Edgar will attend the public primaria next year.

Partnership with Mujeres Movimiento Provides English Classes

Escuela does not close its doors at 2:00. Having an impact in Sayulita is important to us. We offer space to local programs that enhance our mission and serve the broader community. Our partnership with Mujeres Movimiento has provided English language classes for public school students aged 6-12 and workshops for local women that explore areas the women have identified as emotionally challenging.


Please join us and the community to support local students. Our tuition-free school is only possible through individuals like you who believe that early access to education and creating a family-based community around school is significant. We welcome all donations. You can support one child for a year with a donation of $1500 USD. For $450 USD, you will be sending a child to the English Language after-school program.  Please visit our website at  to see other options that will help us keep our promise to the families of Sayulita.


La Escuela Cooperativa de Sayulita is a collaboration of local families and educators to create an innovative pre-school for 3-5 year old children.

La Escuela builds on the natural curiosity of our students to develop a love of learning. We follow a Montessori-style approach: to help children learn independently, retaining the curiosity, creativity and intelligence with which they were born.

Each classroom is considered the “children’s house.” The teachers prepare and maintain the physical, intellectual, and social/emotional environment within which the children will work and play. This all works together to create an environment where the kids, parents and staff feel connected and invested.


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