Keara Mooberry, M.I.T.

Mathematics | Advancement and Systems Coordinator

Mrs. Mooberry moved to Elkins Park from Phoenix, Arizona in 2016 with her husband and two young sons. Prior to moving, Mrs. Mooberry taught mathematics at Bourgade Catholic High School in the Diocese of Phoenix.

Before Arizona, Mrs. Mooberry earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Washington State University, where she took extra math classes for fun. After completing her undergraduate studies, Mrs. Mooberry felt called to become a teacher, and pursued a Master of Initial Teaching degree from Gonzaga University with a concentration in secondary mathematics and science education. Her favorite aspect of teaching high school math is helping students make connections between math and their world at large. Particularly, she likes to help students discover that in understanding the language of math and using it as a set of building blocks, we are able to begin mathematically describing patterns that God has placed before us.

Besides living in Washington, Arizona, and now Pennsylvania, Mrs. Mooberry grew up and graduated high school in Chester, Virginia. She loves living on the East Coast again, and she and her family have enjoyed making the Philadelphia area their home. Mrs. Mooberry is excited to be teaching at Martin Saints and to be part of such a wonderful Catholic educational community.