Degrees and Certifications:
B.A. in Spanish (George Mason University) Spanish Language licensure K-12 (VA state) M.Ed Masters Multicultural Multilingual Education (George Mason University) TESOL certificate (The George Washington University) Leadership certificate (The George Washington University)
Señora Noh first joined LCPS in 2012. She started as a FLES (Foreign Language Elementary School) teacher before joining the Park View HS community as a Spanish language teacher. And now, leades as the World Language and Culture department chair.
Señora Noh was born in Seoul, Korea. She was fortunate to travel internationally all her life, as her father (retired now) worked for the Embassy of Korea. Thus, she had an opportunity to live in Buenos Aires, Argentina for 6 years. She was submerged in the Spanish language and culture. This is how her Spanish journey started. Her father was stationed here in the Washington D.C. office in 1983. She grew up here locally and graduated from McLean High School. She went to VT for an interior design major. And shortly after she went back to school to pursue a degree in her passion for the Spanish language.