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Sera Arcaro |Email | Webpage
 
Sera Arcaro holds a BA in English (summa cum laude) and the MEd degree in secondary English Education from Ohio State University. As a Peace Corps volunteer, she taught English at a rural senior secondary school in Namibia for two years. She then moved to Dalian, China where she taught English to children and adults for a year, in addition to training new teachers. She returned to the U.S. and taught English for two years before joining the faculty at RCHS, where she now serves as an English teacher.
 
Kristine Chalifoux |Email | Webpage
 
Kristine Chalifoux holds a BA in English from Arizona State University and the MFA from Columbia University. Before coming to North Carolina, she taught advanced literature and writing courses at DePaul University where she was the Associate Director of the Liberal Arts and Sciences Honors program.
 
Nina Foster |Email
 
Nina Foster holds a BA in Religion, Creative Writing, and Women's and Gender Studies from Wake Forest University as well as the MFA in Writing from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. She is a 2011 Raleigh Charter alum and has worked as an Editorial Associate at Duke University Press.
 
Amy Marschall |Email | Webpage
 
Amy Marschall holds A BA from Duke University and an MA and PhD from The Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Marschall taught German language and literature at the college level before joining the faculty at RCHS in 1999. She is the translator of Heads or Tails: The Poetics of Money, a work of literary criticism by Jochen Hörisch. She teaches German and English and is the Director of Student Support.
 
Mike Rios |Email
 
Mike Rios holds the BA in English from Armstrong Atlantic State University. He has taught in high schools in North Carolina and Georgia.
 
Becky Schmitz |Email | Webpage
 
Becky Schmitz holds the BA in English from Iowa State University and the MAT from UNC-Chapel Hill.
 
Lisa Springle |Email | Webpage
 
Lisa Springle holds a BA in English from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and a MAT in English from Duke University. Lisa taught for two years at Southeast Raleigh High School and at Raleigh Charter in its second year before moving back to her hometown of Chicago in 2001. After working as an assistant editor at Encyclopaedia Britannica and staying home with her three kids, she returned to Raleigh Charter in 2011.