Mrs. Susana Sadowski

Phone: 803-476-8777

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Degrees and Certifications:

BA in Foreign Languages MA Spanish Language and Culture GT Teaching Endorsement AP Teaching Endorsement

Mrs. Susana Sadowski

Mrs. Susana Sadowki’s journey to become a Spring Hill Spanish teacher began in her native country of Colombia. Incidentally, her first teaching experience in the United States was in Columbia, South Carolina. Although her locale changed her passion for teaching has only increased in her travels. Mrs. Sadowski earned her BA degree in Foreign Language Studies at Javeriana University in Bogota D.C., Colombia in 2007. After earning her degree Mrs. Sadowski worked as an English Foreign Language teacher at both the elementary and high school level, heading the Foreign Languages Department during her final year. Since relocating to the United States in 2009, Mrs. Sadowski has been a Spanish teacher at Eau Claire High School in Columbia, South Carolina and one of the pionner Teachers at Spring Hill since its opening in 2013.

Mrs. Sadowski’s vision is to provide the opportunity and environment for her students not only to become familiar with the Spanish language, but also to be well on the way to their mastery of it. Mrs. Sadowski’s approach includes sharing her native culture with her students to broaden their understanding of the language.

Mrs. Sadowski has taught almost every Spanish class level at SHHS, (Spanish II, IIICP, IIIH, IVH and 5AP) which allows her to continue growing in her teaching methods and techniques.  Her love for her Native Language and culture has taken her to travel and motivated her to broaden her studies.  She has completed her Masters classes in Spanish Language and Culture from University of Salamanca, Spain.

This year her room number is B-219.

In her personal time Mrs. Sadowski enjoys spending time with her husband and her dog, reading, and enjoying many types of music, especially Latin rhythms.

Mrs. Sadowski is very excited to meet the “Stallions” and start this year new amazing journey.