Nicole Sadowski » Biography


Nicole Sadowski joined Trinity Hall from Saint John Villa Academy, an all-girls Catholic high school in Staten Island, New York where she taught for 13 years. For the 2018-2019 school year, Nicole is teaching AP calculus AB, AP physics, math II, and engineering II. 

Nicole received a B.S. in mechanical engineering summa cum laude from Lafayette College. She was then awarded a Whitaker Foundation Scholarship to attend Duke University where she conducted orthopaedic biomechanical research focused on osteoarthritis and pursued graduate studies in biomedical engineering. Nicole’s teaching philosophy values critical thinking, inquiry based learning and technology to facilitate problem solving.

In addition to her academic classes, Nicole advises students in the Model United Nations and the Academics Council.

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