Amy Abramson has taught for 20 years in both the public and private school arenas, including a long tenure with Fulton County, before teaching at McGinnis Woods Country Day and Hayden’s Way. She also runs her own tutoring business, The 5 O’ClockScholar. A native Atlantan who grew up in Dunwoody, she now resides in Johns Creek with her husband, Gary, son, Noah, and her two precious crazy dogs, Scooter and Lena. Ms. Amy attended the University of Alabama and graduated from Georgia State University in 1995. She is certified in Elementary Education and Special Education. She holds several positions with the Doe Network, an organization that helps law enforcement solve missing person cold cases and is proud of her involvement with Doe since 2001. She has also been a Cub Scout den leader, taught religious school classes and been the coordinator for historical education for the Society for Creative Anachronism. She adores teaching writing, language arts and history!
A lifelong learner, Ms. Amy believes that education is a calling, not a job, and loves absolutely every minute of teaching! When not teaching, you can find Ms. Amy working on her writing, photography, various craft projects, collecting vast amounts of musical trivia, researching genealogy, solving mysteries, cooking or planning her next big project.