Tiffany Taylor

Athletic DepartmentDirector of Equestrian Education Center, coach
For Tiffany, the best way to teach horseback riding is to teach each student differently.

Why did you choose to teach at George School?

I enjoy working with students and helping them grow into young adults.

Describe your teaching style.

I try to cater to each person. To help a student to get the most out of a practice session, a coach has to be able to teach in a variety of ways. Most of my students are visual learners, so they spend a good bit of time watching each other, but some students learn best through auditory practices.

What results are moments when something clicks with a student. I see their face light up because they finally feel what I was talking about while riding a horse.

What is special about George School?

The faculty and staff here genuinely care about the students. Children get a great education and are a part of a family.

More about Tiffany:

Head varsity equestrian coach as well as equestrian center director, Tiffany has a BS in equine studies from Centenary College with a concentration in teaching and training both horse and rider. She knows the equestrian world from all sides, having traveled the horse show circuit and worked for high-level professional facilities. She enjoys taking her students to horse shows and networking in the industry.