Miss Madhavi is an AMS certified Infant/Toddler Teacher. She started her career, working with children at a local day care center, and continued on to starting her own home based day care.

She has been an Infant Montessori Teacher for past 6 years at Montessori Children’s House of Loudoun. She loves working with children at that young age, and implementing the Montessori philosophies of independence, sense of community and confidence. She finds their rapid growth and development in the Montessori way of life, immensely gratifying and thus cementing her desire to stay in the infant Montessori environment.

Miss Madhavi loves nature and being outdoors. She greatly enjoys gardening and tending to her plants.


Miss Eugenia is an AMS certified Infant/Toddler Teacher. Having been in the Montessori environment since 2009, she is a great believer of the Montessori philosophy.

She started her career as a Montessori Assistant at the Boyd School and then moved on to the Lead Toddler Teacher position. She left the Boyd School to be the Lead Toddler Teacher at the Montessori School of Purcellville for the past couple of years.

As a native Spanish speaker from Lima-Peru, she enjoys implementing a Spanish curriculum in her classroom, which is an amazing opportunity for her students.

She enjoys spending her leisure time with her family, especially 12 year old twins.


Miss Faezeh is a very passionate Montessori teacher. For her, the joys of teaching include guiding young children through everything, from zipping jackets to becoming young readers, and witnessing their triumphs and successes. She found her way to Montessori through a family member, and was drawn to the teaching method of Maria Montessori during an observation at a Montessori school.

She then earned her AMS Montessori Teaching certificate. She has been a Montessori Teacher for more than 10 years. She has worked at Arris Montessori School and the Boyd Montessori School.

Miss Faezeh loves the fine arts and spends her leisure time doing oil painting on canvas, dried flower collage, and embroidery. She also practices and instructs yoga.


Miss Gabby is an AMS Montessori certified teacher and has been in the classroom since 2011. Her journey began as soon as she stepped in a Montessori classroom and she knew that it was where she belonged. From intricate work materials to the healthy and independent lifestyle, Montessori sets a child up for; she was blown away. She started her work at Fiore Montessori School and then moved on to the Boyd Montessori School.

Having grown up in South Carolina, Miss Gabby loves being outdoors in the warm weather. She enjoys gardening and aiding the children in exploring all that nature has to offer.

Though academics are always important, Miss Gabby believes grace, courtesy, and independence all are essential qualities children must have to fully flourish.

She is also a yoga certified teacher and regularly practices yoga with the children to help strengthen their balance, coordination, and ability to focus. When Miss Gabby’s not in the classroom or practicing yoga, she enjoys hiking, coaching cheerleading, and spending time with her dachshund.


Miss Niusha is our French/Assistant teacher. She will introduce the French language in the Primary classroom through the full immersion method. Acting as the classroom Assistant will give her the opportunity to implement her French curriculum throughout the day.

She has her Masters in French Literature and has been teaching languages for almost 8 years. She has spent a year in Paris taking courses to broaden her language skills and also become more familiar with the culture of France. Learning and teaching languages is her passion. Besides French, she speaks Persian, Turkish and Russian. Being able to speak multiple languages has opened new horizons in her life. She believes that this skill combined with the Montessori philosophy will tremendously influence the children and their view of the world.


Miss Ciara is an experienced Montessori Assistant, who will be working in our Infant/Toddler environment. She has worked with children in pre-k through 12th grade from 2012 – 2014 as a Substitute Teacher for Fairfax County Public Schools, Loudoun County Public Schools, and Manassas Park City Schools.

She continued her career in teaching, working in the Toddler Program at Reston Montessori School as an Assistant Teacher. Moving closer to home, she is currently at Bristow Montessori School as an Assistant Teacher in the Toddler Program.