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Hello! My name is Holly Hubbard. I teach K-12 EL students for the Etowah County Board of Education. I also serve as an Adjunct Instructor for the ESL Teacher Education Program at UAB. I have also been the Secondary ESL Coordinator at the Dresden International School in Dresden, Germany. Prior to teaching in Germany, I taught Spanish and a sheltered social studies class at Oak Mountain Middle School in the Shelby County School System. Teaching students from all over the world is my passion. I love to get to know them and understand their cultures. My job is always exciting!

Photo of Ms Hubbard standing in front of university building in the fall with leaf less trees in fore and background

I graduated from Samford University with a degree in history and later earn a Master’s degree in Social Studies Education from Jacksonville State University. I have also earned a master’s add-on in Teaching English as a Second Language from UAB.

I love to travel and some of my favorite places that I have visited include Russia, Cuba, Poland, the Czech Republic, Italy, and Chile. I am also a dachshund enthusiast and have two cute dachshunds, Mia and Zoe. Zoe uses a wheelchair and loves to visit the schools with me, and the students love to see her!