Teacher: Grade 6; Middle School English & Religion
Ms. Jeidy Luperon is the Middle School Religion and English teacher at St. Anthony of Padua School. She was born in Banica, Dominican Republic. She was sponsored with a Diocesan Scholarship to enroll in higher education at Marymount University where she obtained a degree in Secondary Education with an English concentration and a State-issued Teaching License.
In her spare time, Ms. Luperon served at an Altar Server for Mass at Marymount, a member of choir, an EMHC, and a leader of the Campus Ministry. She also enjoyed being a Student Ambassador and a RA on campus. Throughout her education, she has also gained teaching experience in most of the Middle Schools and High Schools in Arlington and Alexandria where she completed her final Student Teaching Practicum.
While studying at Marymount University, every Summer, Ms. Luperon travelled back to her country to assist the Arlington Mission in Banica, teaching English to children in her village and assisting with workcamps and building projects for the community.
She graduated her class Summa Cum Laude as a member of several Honors societies, an Academic Excellence Award; and obtained the Mother Butler Gold Medal at Marymount University. She is looking forward to growing in faith and knowledge from every interaction with students, parents, staff, and colleagues at St. Anthony of Padua School.