Kathleen Armato, Math Instructor
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
AP Calculus AB
Adulting: A study of Practical Life Skills
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 enjoy spending time with my three daughters who are mostly grown. I was lucky enough to have my youngest daughter attend University High School with me for two years before she graduated in 2019. It took 15 years, but my daughters finally convinced me to get a dog. She is not the smartest dog, but she is our dog. I have a love of all things that spin, and so 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