Miss Allison Steinberg — Middle School Homeroom Teacher


Allison Steinberg joined the faculty in 2015, and is the Middle School Homeroom teacher.

Allison grew up just a few hours south of the Canadian border, in the beautiful Seattle area. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts and Culture from New St. Andrew’s College in Moscow, Idaho, with an emphasis in Education. 

After undergrad, Allison moved to northern California to teach at St. Andrew’s Academy, a sister school of St. Timothy’s. It was here she discovered the Anglican Way, and classical western education within the Church context. During her time at St. Andrew's, she taught humanities to almost every grade, focusing on Greek, Latin, and History. She was the boarding house mother to domestic and international students for four years. 

In 2018, Allison completed her Master’s Degree in Counseling from Amberton University, and is accumulating hours for licensure as a Professional Counselor. Miss Steinberg likes to knit, and even got her students to like it one year; she makes homemade pasta when she gets the chance, enjoys roller skating, and serves as junior warden for The Chapel of the Cross.