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We're on a mission to dramatically increase the accessibility of Montessori education to children around the world. Whether you are a trained Montessorian with a lifetime of experience or you're just getting started, we want to hear from you! Come join the movement.

Employee Profile: Anita Omajafor

Trained as a lawyer, Anita Omajafor discovered Montessori the way many of us have: by following her passions. Her story inspired us, and we think it’ll inspire you too.

Says Anita: “I was coming to the end of my training and I really wanted a school I could grow with. A friend of mine had just started her interview process with Guidepost and told me about the school...I don’t have enough words to describe the absolute joy it gives me to be a part of this team. The beautiful and welcoming campus, the lovely and diverse families and the fantastic staff family here. I could not ask for a better school environment to call home.”

We are proud to have Anita as a Children's House Guide at Guidepost Montessori at Flower Mound.

Employee Profile: Brandi Hunter

Originally from South Africa, Brandi Hunter relocated to the United States to lead a Guidepost Montessori school. Her journey into Montessori started as a parent, and now continues as a Head of School.

“When my husband and I decided it was time to return to the States,” Brandi says, “I went online to find a teaching position. Indeed.com was an obvious place to look at the time. I found the ad for Guidepost and realized it was almost identical to the role I already had. That, combined with my love of Montessori, made it an instant decision to ‘go for it!’” Of what attracted her to Guidepost, Brandi says: “At first it was Guidepost's approach to Montessori, elevating the level of professionalism and quality in classrooms. Then it was the passionate people I was meeting during my Skype interviews. Then it was the opportunities to grow and keep learning. It just seemed to get better and better!”

Benefits of Working at Guidepost Montessori

In order to create an environment that both inspires and empowers children to become their best selves, we are dedicated to creating an environment for you that does the same.

  • Find Your Path
    Grow at Guidepost

    Make a career out of your passion by taking advantage of our many leadership opportunities and promotion pathways. Through our training programs, ongoing professional development, individualized mentorship, and a supportive network of peers, our community is here to support your continued growth.

  • Prepared Environment
    A Prepared Environment

    Work in a lovely, spacious school environment that embodies the Montessori principles of order and beauty. Every classroom comes equipped with the full range of the highest quality Montessori materials, and you are given a budget to personalize your classroom, making it feel like a home away from home.

  • Know You're Valued
    Know You're Valued

    Guidepost Montessori offers an array of competitive benefits. Whether it’s our retirement package, health, life, dental, vision and disability insurance plans, our flexible paid time off, or generous tuition discounts, we are dedicated to supporting you in your mission: helping children learn.

  • Global Company
    Teach Anywhere

    We’re an international network of high quality Montessori schools. If you’re currently living abroad looking for immigration sponsorship, or you’re living in the states and are excited about teaching abroad, we provide immigration support and a myriad of opportunities to relocate within our community.

We value the hard work and dedication of our teachers. We’re inspired by their relentless spirit to continually innovate in order to meet each child’s needs, and we’re here to support you on your journey. Bringing Montessori to the mainstream isn’t easy. It means making the Montessori approach irresistible to communities who may never have heard of it before. To do that, it’ll take a movement. Are you ready?

Glassdoor Reviews

  • Great opportunities, a supportive environment, continuing professional development, lots of feedback/time to give feedback, breaks and time off when needed, recognition for a job well done, quality materials and beautiful prepared environments—a school-wide love of Montessori!

    Lead Guide in Chicago, IL
  • Guidepost Montessori is exactly what they purport themselves to be…you are given all the tools and training you need to be successful. You are also given the latitude to make mistakes and recover with grace alongside a supportive group of people who champion you and your success.

    Head of School in Austin, TX
  • This is an incredible place to be a teacher—you get the support you need to do your job professionally and well. The company culture is awesome, and I look forward to seeing how Guidepost will continue to grow.

    Lead Guide
  • It has been an unparalleled experience for me to work with passionate and dynamic families, educators, and administrators. Across the board, I have met talented, sincere, and brilliant individuals that help me foster my own skills and strengths.

    Asst. Head of School
    in Laguna Hills, CA
  • One of my favorite parts of the day-to-day work is enjoying the community the staff has created…the thoughtfulness that is reflected in the gorgeous and well-kept classroom environments is also found in the systems and organization in place to support their guides.

    Lead Guide in Foothill Ranch, CA
Our Values

The core values of Guidepost reaffirm our aim to create thriving school communities. This journey requires curiosity and ambition, recognition of the nature of the children in our charge, and traveling together as a team. The five cardinal values that serve as our own guideposts are:

  1. revere
    independence

    Montessori is a deep, sophisticated theory. But if it had to be boiled it down to just one key point, it would be to foster independence.

    Maria Montessori’s key insight was that childhood is a constant, healthy drive towards independence — and the only way to gain independence is to practice it.

    The journey is the child’s to make, and only he can choose to make it. We must give him the tools to learn, explore, experiment, and self-correct (the “guideposts” to follow), and then get out of his way.

  2. guide and
    be guided

    Whenever a hard problem comes up — whether it’s an exceptional student, or a difficult classroom dynamic — our approach is to solve it with thoughtful collaboration.

    Guidepost schools are hubs of creativity and intelligence; the most valuable resources at any Guidepost campus are the minds and character of its staff.

    We have enormous confidence in our staff to play an irreplaceable part in this great work. And we have confidence that as a team, we'll achieve more than the sum of our parts.

  3. partner
    with parents

    There can be no compromise in an educator's devotion to what's best for each child under her care. Above all, this requires the recognition that the most important people in a child's life are his parents.

    Whatever role we can play in a child’s life — and we believe as educators we can play a critical role, otherwise we wouldn’t be here — there’s no more valuable lever for educating a child than forging a meaningful partnership with that child’s parents. It is only with the parents' wholehearted help and involvement that we can accomplish our mission.

  4. be your
    own compass

    Just as we're responsible for fostering a child’s growth, happiness, and success, we’re similarly responsible for fostering and renewing these things in ourselves.

    Be generous with yourself, and on the lookout for ways to gain energy from and take pride in your work. Be forgiving of yourself when you make mistakes, and supportive of yourself when you feel unsteady or insecure.

    In so doing, you'll not only tend to your own well-being; you'll also become a role model of adult independence and self-management for the children at Guidepost.

  5. be a
    practical idealist

    Sometimes we need to go the extra mile to pitch in for an event, or put together a plan to tackle a thorny student issue. Our vision is not just a dream; it's a goal that demands work — and work that is often hard in ways that we don’t expect.

    Be a practical idealist. Have not only the vision, but also the drive to do all the things that go into making that vision a reality. Commit to responding to the unexpected, to adapting to facts on the ground, and to actively creating the place we want to work and live in: a community that nourishes each of its students, staff, and parents.