New Electives Foster Student Creativity in the Classroom
Spring Valley School is thrilled to welcome Amantha Hill to the faculty.
Spring Valley School (Birmingham, AL) exists to provide excellence in education for bright students with specific language-based and mathematics-based learning differences including Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, and Dyscalculia. The accomplishment of this mission would not be possible without the support of committed parents and faculty such as Amantha. Her eagerness to provide the best education and environment for students of Spring Valley School is essential to their success.
“Having encouraging teachers in a supportive environment has helped my daughter to feel at ease in the classroom. I am honored to be a part of a team of faculty dedicated to helping students excel by leveraging their unique interests and strengths” Amantha explained.
Amantha Hill graduated from College with a degree in Family and Consumer Science. She recently decided to attend graduate school and obtain her master's in Special Education. Amantha is teaching three electives this semester: Watercolor, Pottery, and Family and Consumer Science. Her goal in teaching Watercolor and Pottery is to create an environment where students can come in and relax. She wants students to have creative freedom over their art pieces while at the same time being aware of the steps it takes to create the piece. With Family and Consumer Science, Amantha’s goal is to teach students, specifically seniors, useful life skills such as cooking, cleaning, sewing, and budgeting. She desires for her students to be prepared for what the next stage of life has to offer while keeping a fun and receptive learning environment.
Please join us in welcoming Amantha Hill to Spring Valley!