Juliette Peppercorn began her first year teaching math in the upper school at Columbus Academy at the start of the 2023-24 school year. She came to Academy with 17 years of experience in education, having taught GIS for math at Waggoner Road Junior High School in Reynoldsburg City Schools prior to her arrival on campus. Juliette has also taught math at Bishop Watterson High School, Bexley High School, Whitehall-Yearling High School, YouthBuild and Marburn Academy. She holds a B.A. in math with a minor in management from Wittenberg University, a pair of master's degrees in applied statistics and education from The Ohio State University, plus a gifted intervention specialist endorsement from Ashland University. Juliette and her husband Joe have three children, a son Giuseppe '27 who attends Academy, as well as daughters Livia and Cecilia.
Juliette's favorite thing about Columbus Academy
"So many opportunities for faculty and students, seems to be a close-knit, supportive community."
Favorite sports team
Little-known fact about Juliette
"I've run a marathon (I'm one and done!) and several half marathons, but now prefer a Pure Barre Workout; I am not able to donate blood because of my study abroad junior year of college. I studied in Stirling, Scotland in 2000, when mad cow disease was prevalent, and because I was in the UK longer than 3 months in that time period, I cannot donate blood, unfortunately!"
- B.A. Wittenberg University , Math
- M.A.S. The Ohio State University
- M.Ed. The Ohio State University
- Ashland University , Gifted Intervention Specialist Endorsement