World Literature with Composition
Teacher: Cathrine Mireles (email@example.com)
Description: This class is a college preparatory class focusing on literary works from antiquity to the Modern Age. Students will explore multiple genres from carious global and historical contexts. Works will consist of epic poems, short fiction, novels and plays. Writing for class will include journal response, class discussion material and literary theories and critiques of works studied in class. MORE TO COME!
Copy/Supply fee: $35.00 (check written to Cathrine Mireles due at Orientation or by 9/1/2020)
Annual tuition: $410.00 ($41.00/month for 10 months, August – May or $45.56/month if prorated)
teacher info added - 8/3/2020
B.A. in English & M.E in Teaching
Ed. S in Christian Educational Leadership
Cathrine graduated from Mississippi College with a major in English and a minor in mass communications. She holds a master’s in education, Post-Master’s certificate in PK-12 administration and supervision, and an Educational Specialist degree in Christian Educational Leadership; she is currently working on her Ph.D. at Regent University. She taught the last four years at a local Christian school, and before that, she taught 20 years in the public school system. She has taught all levels of English from 6th grade through all high school classes (Elements of Literature, American Literature, British Literature, AP Language and Composition, and AP Literature and Composition. She has also taught Drama/Theater at the middle school level and Spanish I, II, & III. She took French classes all 8 semesters of college from French I, II, & III, French Grammar, and French Literature. She is an active member of a local church and serves in many capacities, including the leadership team and teaching connect group classes. She enjoys getting to know her students, helping them develop a love for literature and writing, and integrating faith into the English classroom.
Teaching: Drama, British Literature, World Literature, French I, French II and French III