Miss Jubilee Hsieh
I came to teach at DC in 2013, and I can honestly say that I have loved every moment of it. Both inside and outside of the classroom, I believe that DC is a unique reflection of what it means to do life together as a school community.
Prior to coming to DC, I attended Wheaton College, where I graduated with a degree in Elementary Education. I really cannot stay outside of the classroom, and I am currently pursuing a graduate degree at Villanova University.
I teach because I want to help develop my students into lifelong learners who hope in the triumphant cause of Christ. I hope to broaden their confidence in God and live in light of the fact that their hope is in the eternal rather than in the temporary.
Outside of the classroom, I love being outdoors in or on some form of water, whether it be snowboarding, kayaking, snorkeling, or water skiing. My love for the outdoors and God's creation is largely what led me to teaching. I hope that through science, my students will come to an even greater wonder for the world that God has made.
Currently a few items on my bucket list are: volunteering at an Iditarod stop and snowboarding for 100 days in a season.
B.A. Wheaton College, M.A. Villanova University