• Mrs. Sharon Koller

    email: skoller@schuylkillvalley.org

    ¡Bienvenido a las clases de español!

         Mission Statement

    A person’s intellectual, social, cultural, and career horizons will be expanded through world language study.  Students will better understand their own language(s) as well as those of others through language and culture study.  Students who study a second language will be more marketable in their chosen career (s). The more years of practice and the harder you work at it, the greater the benefits and rewards.

         We believe that the World Language department at Schuylkill Valley encourages and motivates the students to develop competency in the world language they aspire to learn.  Students shall strive to achieve a balance between accuracy in communication, grammar structures, oral proficiency, active performance activities, and cultural awareness.  A comprehensive program of listening, speaking, reading and writing will assure the foundation of the world language.  The process of learning the language continually evolves from simple utterances, through the forming of sentences, to the accurate use of all the phases of communication.

    Sra. Koller

         Mrs. Sharon K. Koller has been a teacher at Schuylkill Valley High School since September 1984.  She is a graduate of Kutztown University where she received a B. S. degree in Secondary Education.  Her teaching certificate includes both Spanish and Russian.  In the summer of 1986, Sra. Koller attended Millersville University to study German.  In the late 1980's she received a Master in Education in Curriculum and Instruction.  In the early 1990's Sra. Koller attended Temple University to take several courses in educational administration.  In 1998 she received a Masters in the Art of Teaching from Marygrove College.  In 2005 Sra. Koller attended Alvernia College to complete her certification in Special Education. 

         Currently Sra. Koller teaches Honors Spanish 1, Academic Spanish 2, Honors Spanish 2, Spanish 3 and Spanish 4. She is the current World Language Department Chairperson.