Nalini Ranasinghe, is the Founder-Director of New Montessori House of Children (NMHOC) with over twenty years of Montessori teaching experience with Montessori credentials. A staff of experienced teachers who are devoted to providing affection, encouragement and understanding assists her. NMHOC was founded in 1994 to promote early childhood education in the greater NW Houston area. Prior to starting NMHOC, Nalini has taught in many montessori schools in the greater Houston and Beaumont area, and has also trained teachers in Montessori techniques over the years. In addition to her Montessori credentials, she also holds a Bachelors Degree and is active in child development issues.

Nalini and her husband Ananda, have 3 children, who have graduated from Montessori schools, and also from Baylor, USC, and Virginia Tech and are now living in Austin and New York. Ms. Nalini enjoys spending time with her family during her free time.

School Information:
The school has a low teacher ratio with a maximum of 25 students. Trained teacher assistants are in class to lower the student ratio, and insure that your child receives the individual attention he/she needs. Montessori education aims to foster competent, responsible, adaptive citizens who are lifelong learners and problem solvers. NMHOC is designed to encourage a student's academic success. We are proud of the services we offer and are confident that your child will be an addition to the several thousand who have benefited from it.

The school is licensed by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. Montessori House of Children admits students of any race, color, gender, religion, and national origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded, or made available, to students at the school.

Currently we have openings for Spring 2010, and we are also accepting applications for the 2010-2011 school year.