Our teachers (guides) have a variety of impressive qualifications and Montessori training that makes them the perfect facilitators of your child’s education. They are passionate and creative individuals ready to elevate your child’s learning experience. We see teachers (guides) as the vessel of your child’s learning, therefore we seek the highest quality individuals. Additionally, each classroom has a teacher’s assistant in order to help with the many tasks and cater to each student’s individual needs. Because of the importance of our Montessori individualized learning and personal assessment component, teaching assistants are very important to the classroom.
Ms. Boma has a diploma in Psychology, a bachelors in English Language, and an MBA in Human Resource Management. Over the years, her life has been centered around children in different ways. She has been a substitute teacher in a private school and a full-time teacher. This has given her the opportunity to interact with children of different ages. She has also been a stay at home mom tending to her children. Ms. Boma also have three girls and loves to spend time with them. It gives her the opportunity to watch them learn and grow. She also enjoys reading and exercising.
Ms. Radhika has a bachelors in Physics and a bachelors in Education in India, where she also completed her Infants and Toddlers Certificate from America Montessori Society and her Early Childhood Education from NAMC. She has been working with young children for the past twelve years: two years as an assistant and ten years as a lead teacher. In her free time, she loves spending time and travelling with her husband and two children, gardening, cooking shopping, and watching movies.
Ms. Lee Kudo
After living in Japan for over 30 years, Ms. Lee returned to the U.S. four years ago. While being the wife of a Japanese National, she had the opportunity to obtain employment on a military base. She worked in the Child Development Program as a lead teacher for four years. She changed careers and later retired from Civil Service while in Japan having served for almost 20 years. Prior to living in Japan, she taught kindergarten for one year at a private school. She also taught Japanese children the English language while in Japan. She has one son and three grandchildren, who live close to her. Ms. Lee enjoys teaching and loves children.
Born in Los Angeles, California Ms. Xochiltl’s mother is from Mexico and her father is from Iowa. At the age of 8, Ms. Xochiltl and her family moved to Mexico where she grew up. She is married and has two children: her daughter Denies who is 17, and her son Nur who is 10 years old. She acquired a bachelor’s degree in Education Psychology, as well an AMI certification as an assistant teacher, which led her to the AMI Primary Teacher course training. Her favorite things include: the colors olive green, brown, and turquoise; the foods enchiladas, lasagna and salads; the book ‘’The Power of Vulnerability’’ and the movie “Friends”. In her free time, she loves to spend time with her family and close friends. She also likes to go to the movie theater, learn from other cultures, spend time in nature and travel.