Rosalyn received her BS at UT Austin and obtained her Single Subject Credential in chemistry and foundational-level math from Loyola Marymount. In addition to four years of teaching high school Chemistry, Rosalyn has also taught Algebra and Geometry. Rosalyn was also a college-ready seminar teacher who supported students through the college application process and assisted students with testing strategies for the ACT and SAT. Prior to teaching in the high school setting, Rosalyn has had numerous positions working with students of all age groups including tutoring middle schoolers at Sylvan Learning Center, assistant teaching in a private Christian preschool, leading a class of 3rd graders for Boys and Girls Club of America, and interning at the Texas School for the Blind. For the past four years, she has also served at her church as a 2nd/3rd grade Sunday School teacher.
Rosalyn is always looking for ways to better engage students and to increase their hunger for learning. Her greatest desire is to give her students the confidence to become critical thinkers who can independently problem solve. Lastly, Rosalyn loves to get in involved in her students’ lives. She has been able to share her passion for photography/design as the yearbook advisor of her school and for running as a Students Run LA coach, where she trained and completed the LA Marathon with a group of her students.