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Congratulations are extended to Tiara Anderson (pictured above in one of this year’s Open House posters), Math Teacher at Purcell Marian High School, for winning the Outstanding Educator –Parochial School Award as one of the C3 Outstanding Teachers in Greater Cincinnati for her innovative math teaching methods in a high school environment. Ms. Anderson is one of only seven teachers to win this prestigious award in the greater Cincinnati area this year. The C3 Cincinnati Area Outstanding Teacher Award comes just three years after Purcell Marian’s introduction of blended learning into its math program, where Ms. Anderson has been a key component of both shaping the program and ensuring student success within its context.
The C3 Program is sponsored by the Cincinnatus Association, Northern Kentucky University, Xavier University, the University of Cincinnati, and Mount St. Joseph University. Ms. Anderson will be honored at an awards dinner to be held on Tuesday, February 9, 2016 at Clifton Cultural Arts Center.
Purcell Marian High School is a Catholic co-ed, comprehensive secondary school located along Cincinnati’s Education Corridor, just minutes from Xavier University and the University of Cincinnati.
Established in 1928, Purcell Marian has been recognized for its academic excellence, rigor and professionalism within the context of a uniquely diverse learning environment. Purcell Marian offers unparalleled opportunities to work alongside students of all abilities and backgrounds. This, coupled with a variety of unique programs — including Intersession which offers annual travel opportunities, collegium credits which earn students college credit beyond the traditional AP offerings, and an enhanced technology environment geared toward personalized education through blended learning — make the Purcell Marian experience an excellent preparation for what students will encounter in college, career and throughout their future lives.
For more information about Purcell Marian High School, visit www.purcellmarian.org.