•  Professional Biography
     

    logo                      Señora Noh
                                     World Languages Teacher

    Mrs. 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. 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. She holds a BA in Spanish, a Spanish teaching license K-12, and a masters in education MME (Multilingual Multicultural Education) from George Mason University. She also has aTESOL and administration leadership certificates from George Washington Unversity.
     
    She is married with three children. Her twenty year old son is in his fourth year at UVA studying chemistry. Her eighteen years old daughter has just graduated this past May and will be attending George Mason University persuing a degree in Kinesiology. Her youngest daughter is sixteen years old and loves to do crew and plays the tenor saxophone with her school's band (drum major this current school year!).
     
    This is Mrs. Noh's nineth year at Park View High School. But her tenth year teaching Spanish with Loudoun County. She has been teaching Spanish at private schools in the previous years, from preschool to adult education. 
     
    She comes to school early every morning at around 7:30am if your student needs to see her for any reason.
     
    Please check her VISION page and Google classroom for all assignments, handouts, worksheets and course content. You may use your child's student ID number and password, or  simply login as a guest to view my VISION page. Once you have logged in, make sure to look for your student's correct Spanish class.
     
     
    Student's grade: sis.lcps.org
     
    Course materials VISION: vision.lcps.org
     
    Course materials google classroom:
    • Spanish 5 code - fq5jls
    • AP Spanish Language and Culture - qwpnupk
    • AP Spanish Literature and Culture - 7ddm23
     
    Thank you for your support.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     Extra Curricular Positions
    Spanish Teacher
    World Language and Culture Department Chair 
     
     Contact Information
    Address:
    400 W. Laurel Ave., Sterling, VA  20164
    Phone:
    571-434-4500    
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on August 16, 2019