Amy Seymore has taught in the middle school at Columbus Academy since 2004, beginning as a seventh-grade language arts teacher for her first three years before moving into eighth grade ever since. In addition to her main role on campus, Amy also serves as the middle school community coordinator and as the department coordinator for language arts. She is a member of the super curriculum committee and diversity team. She also coaches the boys sixth-grade travel basketball team and is the advisor for the middle school newspaper, Norse Code. A member of the National Council of Teachers of English, Amy was the recipient of the Limited, Milt Taylor, and Dream Big grants. Amy has two children, daughter Cami ’23 and son Jack ’25.
Amy’s favorite thing about Columbus Academy
“Our students are the best. They are eager to learn, willing to take risks, and just plain fun. They are also tremendously appreciative of the work we do as teachers. I am always surprised by how often they thank me for just about everything, including when I hand them a quiz to take. I also value the longstanding relationships with so many alumni who come back to visit or stay in touch to update me on their lives.”
“I did a cameo in the middle school musical Shrek.”
Favorite sports team
New England Patriots
- B.A. Cornell University
- M.A. Trinity College