Althea Aretha Morgan migrated to Anguilla from the country of Guyana where she received her Diploma in Elementary Education at the Cyril Potter College of Education and a Bachelor of Social Sciences Degree from the University of Guyana.
With over 18 years of experience in education she instills a love and a passion for learning in her students. Over the years she has prided herself in creating a nurturing, safe, child friendly and a positive learning environment where she encourages creativity and high-order thinking to increase her students’ performance.
Throughout her teaching career she resided and taught in Guyana, The British Virgin Islands and Anguilla. The exposure and experience gained have enriched her teaching career.
Because of her love for nature and interest in the development of the young people of Anguilla she is currently a member of the Anguilla Scout Association and a leader of the Duke of Edinburgh Award program where she plans and coordinates activities for young people whether on adventurous journey in their home country or overseas.
When she is not in the classroom inspiring and challenging her students to work towards their fullest potential she is out in the community escorting and guiding groups of young people on adventurous journeys both locally and overseas.
She is undoubtedly looking forward to a great, adventurous and remarkable time at OIS.