From Science Teacher to Principal
I wouldn't trade my experience at Southwestern for anything. After ten years of teaching high school science, I transitioned to administration. I was Principal at Sandia View Academy for several years where God continued to expand my understanding of what it means to trust that He is the true provider of all our needs. I'm now back in school, working on my phlebotomy certification.
I still use so many things I learned at Southwestern. Much of it had nothing to do with a classroom though I believe the education I received with my biology degree was superior. My relationships with teachers, peers, and faculty helped shaped my life into a direction that God continues to use today. My experience at Southwestern played a crucial role in preparing me for service in the teaching ministry.
Wendi Clapp, 2003, biology