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.