Ms. Armato is a math teacher at University High School. She joined our faculty in 2017.
B.S. in Mathematics and Computer Science, Rockhurst College
M.A. in Mathematics, Eastern Michigan University
M.A. in Teaching, National-Louis University
Taught a short course in Matrix Algebra and Calculus at the University of St. Gallen’s Summer School in Empirical Research Methods, Switzerland
Developed and led a Family Math class at Buena Vista University for middle school students and their families.
Presented on this experience at a National Council of Teachers of Math regional conference.
Math & Math Education Teacher, Buena Vista University, Storm Lake, IA
Math Teacher, Greenhills School
Math Teacher, Roeper City and Country School
Courses Taught in 2019-20
AP Calculus AB
Finite Mathematics A
Finite Mathematics B
Functions & Trigonometry
What do you like about working at University High School?
University High School creates a culture that supports students and teachers respecting each other. This respect allows me to focus on teaching and developing personal relationships with my students.
I have three daughters who I love spending time with. My oldest recently graduated from college, my middle daughter is attending DePauw University, and my youngest just graduated from University High School in 2019. I will miss going to school with her! It took 15 years, but my daughters finally convinced me to get a dog. She is not very smart, but she is great at warming my lap. I have a love of all things that spin, and therefore I have a collection of tops. I enjoy watching too much HGTV, baking, thrifting, decorating, and keeping up with family and friends.
Telephone: (317) 733-4475, ext. 156