Shannon Couvreur joined the Columbus Academy faculty in 2015 and currently is an associate teacher for our first (mornings) and second (afternoons) grades. She was also previously a second grade associate teacher on campus from 2016-20 and a PreK associate teacher. Shannon came to Academy after nine years as a full-time teacher in second grade at St. Andrew School in Upper Arlington, PreK at Liberty Community Center in Delaware, first grade at Huachuca Mountain in Arizona, and three years in a substitute teacher or classroom support role. She has a B.S. in human ecology, specializing in early childhood development and education, and a M.Ed. in early childhood education, both obtained from The Ohio State University. She also has a kindergarten through grade 12 reading endorsement. Shannon and her husband Michael have two daughters.
Shannon’s favorite thing about Columbus Academy
“My students and co-workers.”
“It's not really little-known, more of a fun fact, but I'm a Brownie Girl Scout Troop Leader and involved with the local Service Unit of the Girl Scout organization. I'm a third generation Girl Scout.”
Favorite sports team
Ohio State Buckeyes
- B.S. The Ohio State University , Human Ecology; Early Childhood Development & Education
- M.Ed. The Ohio State University , Early Childhood Education