High School American Literature Teacher
After retiring from a successful career teaching English, Mrs. Judy Gibson quickly discovered she wasn’t ready to stop working yet. This is Mrs. Gibson’s second year teaching part-time at HCS, teaching two high school American Literature courses.
Gibson has taught at the middle school, high school, and collegiate levels in a variety of school settings. Directly before Heritage, she taught in the School of Education at Anderson University. She’s also done her fair share of schooling, having completed an associate’s from Brevard College, a B.S. in English from Indiana University, a master’s in school administration from Maranatha Baptist University, and a master’s in English from Butler University!
Gibson once received the Lilly Teacher Creativity Grant in writing. Inspired by Anne of Green Gables, she used it to travel and write short stories about New England.
Although she’s only teaching two classes, she still feels like she’s part of the Heritage family.
In her spare time, Gibson loves to read, travel, crochet, walk her dog, watercolor, scrapbook, and sing.