Stephanie Fuchs, M.Ed.
Middle and High School Academic Coach
Stephanie has worked as a high school Intervention Specialist for 8 years. Her undergraduate degree is in Communications from Bowling Green State University. She completed the Bachelor’s Plus program at Ashland University to obtain her teaching license as a K-12 Intervention Specialist. She continued her education at Ashland University to earn her Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction Intervention Specialist.
Stephanie has spent her teaching career at the high school level to help her students be successful in the classroom. Stephanie works with students to develop and improve executive functioning skills and co-teachers several math classes. She assesses and monitors progress on academic, behavioral, and transition-related goals and provides interventions to students in these areas. Stephanie prides herself on her ability to build relationships with her students while holding them accountable for their learning.
Stephanie is passionate about helping students achieve academic success and improve their self-confidence. She feels so excited when students are able to overcome something that they have previously struggled with and you can see the light bulb go off!
Stephanie lives in Olmsted Falls, Ohio, and has three children and two very loveable yellow labs, Hamilton and Murphy. She enjoys going to the gym, kayaking, traveling, and spending time with family and friends in her free time.