Founded in 2006, ANH Montessori has grown from two guides and twelve students to a staff of sixteen and a current enrollment of 120 students in six classrooms. Our guides and assistants offer our families a true Montessori education for their children. You will find our rooms spacious, environmentally conscious with lovely, engaging work areas filled with materials and lessons designed to captivate the student’s imagination and support his or her natural development.
We would like to invite you to visit us and see for yourself the beauty and excellence of the Montessori classroom. Our mission is to inspire a life long desire for learning and to build a sharing community amongst our students, their families, our staff and the world community. Our students thrive because together we can create a learning environment which meets the intellectual, physical, social, creative, and emotional needs of the whole child.
We want ANH Montessori to be a place where families and their children feel welcomed, their individuality is respected, and they are inspired each day to follow their dreams. If you are interested in taking a tour of our school please call us to set up a time for a visit. You may reach us at (479) 936-7615.
We look forward to greeting you and your child for a visit to our school.
All the best,
Amanda Rumancik, Owner/Director
Meet our Team
Meet our Team
Our Guides hold Montessori credentials from programs including Association Montessori Internationale (AMI), American Montessori Society (AMS), Montessori Accreditation Council for Teacher Education (MACTE), and North American Montessori Center (NAMC). The staff at ANH continue to study Montessori philosophy while maintaining state mandated training certifications required by all Early Childhood Education programs in the state of Arkansas. Many of our dedicated staff members have been at ANH for over a decade!
Head of School
Upper Elementary Guide
Lower Elementary Guide
Infant Assistant (Full-Time):
We are looking for a dedicated individual to work in our Infant classroom. Must be able to clean throughly and efficiently, communicate confidently, and willing to learn. The ideal assistant in the Infant class will be patient, calm and bring a peaceful energy into work each day.
Experience with children ages birth to 3 years is beneficial but not necessary; on the job training provided. Hours vary; minimum 40 hrs/week, with additional after hours staff meetings, trainings and community events. Hourly wage negotiable. Benefits include paid time off, paid professional development fees, supplemental insurance.
To apply for this position, send your resume to Head of School Amanda Rumancik at firstname.lastname@example.org