Ellen Hill » Biography


Ellen Hill is an experienced Humanities teacher with over 30 year experience. She taught a range of courses including world cultures, psychology, and law. She originated and taught AP US History at Middletown High School North for 19 years. While there she also served as junior class advisor, senior class advisor, Student Council advisor and academic coach. Under her co-direction, the Student Council ran a charity basketball game and carnival for seven years to raise money for SIDS research. Ellen also enjoyed volunteering as a photographer for many sporting and extracurricular events.
Ellen completed her undergraduate work at Villanova University earning two bachelor’s degrees. She has a master's degree in education from Georgian Court University. Ellen is happy to bring her best to Trinity Hall. 

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