Stephanie McIntosh » Bio


Stephanie is one of our Lower School Science teachers. She received her degree from Stanford University in Human Biology. Additionally, she obtained a Masters degree in Elementary Education from Stanford University and has her teaching credentials through the Association of Christian Schools International. This is Stephanie's second year teaching at The Master's School, but she has taught at several other schools previously. She became a teacher because she is called to help children grow into who God designed them to be. Stephanie has a passion for learning, discovering, and sharing ideas and knowledge and loves to help her students develop this same passion. She also loves all that kids have to offer: their joy for life, the curiosity, and their laughter. Stephanie loves The Master's School because of its warmth and authenticity. She appreciates the relationships that the teachers develop with their students and the partnership they have with God to make The Master's School the remarkable place that it is.


Stephanie’s husband works as the Director of Institutional Advancement at The Master's School and their three kids all attend the Lower School. Stephanie loves reading, crafting and creating, children’s books, all things STEM, and photography.


A fun fact about Stephanie is that she studied abroad in Australia during college focusing on the Great Barrier Reef and the clownfish that live there.