Growing up, Jeannine Marston
loved school and couldn't believe that someone would actually pay her
to teach the subjects she
loved so much.
For 30 years, she
has been teaching those subjectsâ€"English and AP U.S. historyâ€"to generations of Castilleja girls, including her
Increasingly aware of global connectedness, she
designed the international relations class in 1995 and has taught it since.
"I really think I have one of the best jobs everâ€"teaching bright young women the literature and history of this country and the place of both in the larger world," she
Outside of the classroom, she has served twice as acting academic dean and as part of the school's Centennial Committee, planning a year of events that honored the school's rich history and lured beloved graduates back to campus during the 2007-2008 school year.
has also been honored twice with the school's Outstanding Faculty Award.