About Us - Institute Profile

  • Capital Education Institute, located at 13788 Roswell Ave suite 187 Chino, CA 91710. C.E.I. offers vocational and career-focused courses that, upon completion, lead to exceptional job opportunities. All the courses we provide emphasize training for professional accomplishments. Students who graduate from Capital Education Institute obtain solid academic knowledge as well as marketable job skills that are essential for success in today's global marketplace.
    Capital Education Institute contributes to each and every student's success by offering a full array of professional services to assist with visa processing, cultural adaptation, and educational counseling. We invite you to explore what Capital Education Institute has to offer you on your journey to academic success.

    Capital Education Institute is registered with the:

  • AMS-Affiliated
    Capital Education Institute is affiliated by the American Montessori Society.

  • MACTE Accredited
    Capital Education Institute is fully accredited by the Montessori Accreditation Council for Teacher Education.

 

Faculty and Administrative office:


  • Dr. Frank Lee: Founder

      The Founder of Capital Education Institute. Dr. Lee has a Doctorate Degree in Education Management from University of Denver. He was a professor and the President of several universities in Taiwan. At the same time, he was a guest professor at the University of Science and Technology of China, Central South University and Beijing Normal University. He has made many contributions to education on both sides of the Pacific Ocean in education.

  • Dr. Darla Miller: Vice President for Academic Affair

      Darla Ferris Miller holds a doctorate in curriculum and instruction with focus on very young children, and both infant and toddler and early childhood level AMS-credentialed certifications. She has served as an advocate for families, young children, and Montessori education in her roles as college vice president, professor, textbook author, Montessori teacher, school head, teacher trainer, consultant, and nonprofit board member.

  • Jack Lee: Director of Communication / Board of Director

      Mr. Lee has a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science from University of British Columbia in Canada. He has nine years of experience as consultant, trainer and engineer in information system. Mr. Lee is reponsisble for external communication as well as managing information of Capital Education Institute.

  • Susan H Y Lee: Director of Montessori Program

    Ms. Lee has a MA degree in Educational Leadership from St. Mary University of Minnesota and Montessori Early Childhood Credential from American Montessori Society and the Early Childhood Educator's License and Family Daycare License from BC. She is the co-owner, administrator and teacher of Creative Art Montessori School in Richmond, BC. She is also a member of the British Columbia Montessori Association and American Montessori Society.

  • Grace Bai: Co-Director/Practicum Director

    Ms. Bai has a MA degree from the New York University and Montessori Early Childhood Credential from American Montessori Society. She was the owner, administrator and teacher of Grace Art Montessori School. Ms. Grace has published several articles on educational magazines and books. She is a member of the American Montessori Society.


  • Penny Yang: Director of Student Affairs

    Ms.Yang has a Bachelor's Degree of Fine Art from Chinese Culture University in Taiwan. She has more than 6 years of experience in teaching in Early Childhood Art field and got some design awards from Taiwan. Ms.Yang is also responsible for the website and student affairs in Capital Education Institute.

     

     

Instructors:

  • Dr. Darla Miller:

      Dr. Darla Ferris Miller holds a doctorate in curriculum and instruction with focus on very young children, and both infant and toddler and early childhood level AMS-credentialed certifications. She has served as an advocate for families, young children, and Montessori education in her roles as college vice president, professor, textbook author, Montessori teacher, school head, teacher trainer, consultant, and nonprofit board member.

  • Grace Bai:

    Ms. Bai has a MA degree from the New York University and Montessori Early Childhood Credential from American Montessori Society. She was the owner, administrator and teacher of Grace Art Montessori School. Ms. Grace has published several articles on educational magazines and books. She is a member of the American Montessori Society.

  • Claudia Hsiao-Yun Teng:

    Ms. Teng has her MA degree in Early Childhood Education from New York University and Montessori Early Childhood Credential from American Montessori Society. She was the dean and instructor of Chinese Montessori Foundation in Taipei, Taiwan. She was also the lecturer for Department of Early Childhood Care and Education in Taiwan serving universities and colleges. She worked as manager, head of school and teacher for several Montessori schools.

  • Evelyn Estipular:

    Ms. Estipular earned her MA degree in Education from Philippine Normal College. She has her Montessori Pre-Primary Teacher Credential from American Montessori Society. She has been the director and classroom head teacher at several Montessori schools for over 23 years. Ms. Estipular is a member of the American Montessori Society.

  • Shirani Senanayake:

    Ms. Senanayake earned her BA degree in Education from University of Peradeniya in Sri Lanka. She obtained her Montessori Early Childhood (ages 2-7) Diploma and Montessori Elementary (ages 7-9) Diploma from Marian Training Center in Sir Lanka. She has been the director, administrator and classroom head teacher at several Montessori schools for over 19 years. Ms. Senanayake is a member of the American Montessori Society.

  • Crystal Gulzaman:

    Ms. Crystal Gulzaman earned her BA degree from University of Karachi in Pakistan. She obtained her Montessori Early Childhood Teacher Credential from Cal State Hayward. She has been Montessori preschool teacher in early childhood education since 1985. Ms. Crystal Gulzaman is a member of the American Montessori Society, NAEYC, SCAEYC and KCET.

  • Chia Lin-Olier:

    Ms. Chia Lin-Olier earned her BA degree in Psychology from Chapman University in California. She obtained her Montessori Early Childhood Teacher Credential from Capital College in Canada. She has been Montessori preschool teacher since 2004. Ms. Lin-Olier is a member of the American Montessori Society.

  • Terna Supulveda:

    Ms. Terna Supulveda has her college diploma in Education from Colegio Morelia in Mexico. She obtained her Montessori Early Childhood Teacher Credential from Capital College. She has been the director, assistant director and classroom head teacher since 1984. Ms. Terna Supulveda is a member of the American Montessori Society and NAEYC.