About Us

Children’s Montessori House is a private Montessori preschool serving Westfield, Noblesville, Carmel, and the surrounding areas.

Children’s Montessori House is a year-round school that follows the Westfield Community School calendar and offers summer programs outside of the normal school year. Our prepared Montessori environment includes materials and activities that are developed for early childhood learning and helps children to develop the skills, ideas, habits, and attitudes essential for performing to their true capabilities.

Children’s Montessori House specializes in early childhood education for children ages 3 to 6 years old

Children’s Montessori House is an exceptional preschool and kindergarten in Hamilton County; our students benefit from the following unique features we offer:

  • Outstanding Montessori curriculum, designed around the holistic development of each child
  • Low student-to-teacher ratios
  • Ample outdoor space, including children’s growing gardens
  • Organic snacks and a low-sugar policy
  • Environmentally- and people-friendly cleaning supplies
  • A 100% nut-free environment
  • A state-licensed early childhood program
  • Various programs to meet your needs, including full-time and part-time programs, with or without before school and after school childcare, as well as 2-day, 3-day, 4-day, and 5-day programs

Sobia

Sobia Usmani — Lead Teacher

Sobia Usmani is an AMS certified Montessorian who holds a Master of Sociology and has more than a decade of experience as a teacher. She is strongly committed to adhering to the Montessori philosophy and firmly believes in delivering an individualized learning experience to all her students. By providing a child-centric environment and focusing on experiential learning, her unique style brings out the best in her students.

 

SamanthaSamantha Carlson — Teacher’s Assistant

Samantha Carlson grew up in Westfield. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Anderson University. She has over five years of experience working with children through internships and volunteer work. She finds teaching rewarding because she can help children learn new things and grow every day.


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