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Join “VMS at Bluemont – the Parents” on Rallyhood

We are using Rallyhood as a way to better organize and simplify communication, share calendars, files, photos, track RSVPs, and have fun along the way. Thanks for all you do to make this group experience a success. Great things happen when we come together.

Alert Loudon

Automatic Notification of School Closings and Delays – Sign up to get notified of school closings and delays in Loudoun County. You can have alerts sent via email or text. They have several alert options pertaining to Loudoun County: http://www.loudoun.gov/alert.


Subscribe to the VMS at Bluemont – the Parents” Rallyhood calendar and view school events on your personal calendar (Google, iCal, Outlook). Please note that the Rallyhood calendar is maintained by a parent, and not the official school calendar. If there is a discrepancy, please go by the newsletter or official school calendar.

Support our School

HOW TO PARTICIPATE: Please click on the link BEFORE adding any items to your cart. We DO NOT get the referral for any items already in your cart. You can add items from wish lists AFTER clicking our link.


Support VMS when you shop at Harris Teeter! Linking your VIC card does not cost you a thing. The school earns funds from August through May of each school year.

Link your VIC card:
Once you set up a VIC account online, you can link your VIC card to VMS.
1. Click “LINK YOUR SCHOOL TODAY” at this link.

All VIC cards must be linked yearly.

Spread the word to parents and community members to earn more for VMS.

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Dress Code Ordering Info

Dress Code – Ordering Info

Land’s End Preferred School #9001-0830-9

Logo# 0627317K


Please note: When ordering uniform items through Land’s End, please indicate the preferred school number on ALL items (not just items with logos) since Village Montessori School benefits from these orders.


“But an adult if he is to provide proper guidance, must always be calm and act slowly so that the child who is watching him can clearly see his actions in all their particulars.”
—Maria Montessori