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Anthea Montessori School, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad
Established in June 2015, Anthea Montessori House of Children is a pre-school and a day care center for children between the age group of 2 and 6 years. Located in Jubilee Hills in Hyderabad, Telangana, the school focuses on child-centric pedagogy.
The school is founded on pure passion for the Montessori Philosophy. The founders Chitra Raghunathan and Anupama Rao observed a deep growth in their respective children who studied at Montessori. The mental and physical development in their children due to the Montessori education inspired the duo to set up Anthea Montessori in Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad.
The Admissions are open round the year. While there is a restriction on the age group of the children to be admitted in Anthea Montessori, the age limit can be relaxed in certain special circumstances.
The school has a trained faculty that is certified by American Montessori Society. The founders, Chitra and Anupama, of the school form the crucial part of the faculty. Their background in teaching lends them the understanding into children’s requirement.
Chitra Raghunathan is a diploma holder in Early Childhood from American Montessori Society (AMS) via Princeton Centre for Teacher Education. She has worked as a lead teacher at Raritan Valley Montessori School in Bridgewater NJ / USA. Prior to her foray in education she worked in various institutions such as Harvard Medical School in the field of Molecular and Cellular biology.
Anupama Rao, a holder of a Bachelor’s degree in Child Psychology, has worked as an Assistant Directress for two years in a self-learning Montessori preschool. She has the distinction of having been selected in the first batch of women trainee pilots in the Indian Air Force in 1992. Having dabbled in many roles in different fields, she feels that she grew professionally but has grown as a person only after being among children. She feels that she has finally found her “true calling”.