Katherine Starling is a homeschool mom of three children. She has served as a Foundations and Essentials tutor for Classical Conversations and fostered a love for reading as the leader of a local children's book club. Katherine is certified in TESOL and teaches ESL to international students. In addition to being a test administrator, Katherine serves as the appointment coordinator for Testing and Educational Services. She can be reached at (636) 364-8378 or (636) EOG-TEST when you are ready to book a test. Katherine has a degree in History and Biblical Studies with a minor in Philosophy.
Susan Pressley has both a Bachelor of Arts and Master’s Degree in Special Education from UNC-Chapel Hill. She has 25 years of experience as an Exceptional Children’s Teacher in the Chatham County School System. Susan has an additional 10 years of experience as an Exceptional Children’s Program Facilitator/Compliance Specialist at the administrative level. In both roles, she became well versed in the areas of compliance; writing individual education plans (IEPs); consultation with parents, teachers, and administrators; test administration and interpretation; planning and Implementation of instruction appropriate to student skill levels; and implementation of specific programs that produce lasting results. Susan is also a very seasoned and experienced tutor in all academic areas with a focus on phonemic awareness, phonics, basic reading, reading comprehension, math calculation, math reasoning, and written expression. She has over 20 years of experience tutoring outside of the classroom setting.
Susan and her husband, Mark, moved to Nashville from Chapel Hill after her retirement in 2017. They moved here to be near their son who teaches at Nash Community College, their daughter-in-law that is an urgent care nurse at Nash Hospital, and their new granddaughter!
Erin Cloer, wife and mother to 3 children, earned a Bachelors of Arts from North Greenville University in Greenville, SC. She taught multiple elementary grades before choosing to be a stay-at-home mom. In 2016, Erin returned to the classroom to teach preschool for nearly 4 years. Most recently Erin has taken on the role as homeschool teacher to her children. She has also invested many hours tutoring in both math and reading with elementary age students. Erin also spends time volunteering with an ESL program for women in her community.