Student Advisor, Social Sciences, History, Technology
Marshall is a Lexington native who joins us from the University of Kentucky College of Education where he recently completed is master’s degree in Secondary Social Studies Education. Marshall also has completed his coursework for his AMS Secondary Montessori Credential with the Cincinnati Montessori Secondary Teacher Education Program (CMStep). Prior to his time at UK, Marshall attended Hanover College where he graduated with a major in History, minor in Psychology, and as a Theatre Scholar. When he is not serving at Montessori, Marshall enjoys acting, directing, lighting design for local high schools, running, world travel, and enjoying Lexington with his friends and family.
Student Advisor, Administration, Arts and Humanities
Patrick received his Bachelor degree from the University of Kentucky in Anthropology and his teaching certification from Western Governors University. Patrick has also completed his coursework for his AMS Secondary Montessori Credential with CMStep. Patrick has been an archaeologist, author, artist, musician, and business manager in addition to teaching. Although usually too busy for hobbies, if given the chance he likes to build things with his sons and spend time with his wife.
Student Advisor, Math, German
Student Advisor, Sciences
Reihaneh Bigdeliazari has a master’s degree in teaching from Eastern Kentucky University, and has worked as a student teacher and a substitute teacher in Fayette County public Schools. She volunteered at Montessori High in the Spring of 2012 and found herself becoming passionate about Montessori education. Reihanah has a six-year-old daughter. She likes working out, dancing and watching movies.
Administration and Finance
Spanish and English
Leslie has a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She has studied at The Center for Cross-Cultural Study (Universidad de Sevilla, Spain) and at the Centro de Lenguas Modernas (Universidad de Granada, Spain). She has a Master’s in Hispanic Studies from Auburn University.