Degrees and Certifications:
Miss Tiffany Scholle
Tiffany Scholle is enjoying her twelfth year as part of the Oswego East High School (OEHS) science department. She holds a bachelor’s degree in molecular biology and master’s in secondary education from Benedictine University, Lisle, Ill., along with a master’s in teacher leadership in life sciences from Aurora University, Aurora, Ill. Before coming to OEHS, Scholle spent a year at Hinsdale South High School where she taught biology, chemistry, and anatomy and physiology. She has spent the past eight years teaching chemistry, honors chemistry, forensics, and medical topics at OEHS. Miss Scholle also collaborates with Aurora University to work with other teachers on how to incorporate forensic science into their classrooms as well as developing new labs for the forensics program at OEHS using advanced analytical equipment. She most recently developed and ran a summer Forensics camp at AU where participants earned college credit.
In addition to teaching, Scholle has spent time working as a research scientist for various companies, including McDonald’s Corp., and doing grant work for the University of Hawaii. She is also the head cheerleading coach for the Wolves cheerleaders and coaches competitive figure skating. Her love of coaching and working with others to learn new concepts and ideas while they reach their personal goals is what inspired her to become a teacher.