I had the pleasure of interviewing one of our long-term substitute teachers in the building this year. Mrs. Kline is teaching in the theology department this year. I enjoyed getting to know her a little more in my interview. She has a beautiful faith and has a great story to share. She is admired by many of the students for several reasons. The first word that comes to mind about Mrs. Kline is kindness.
Mrs. Kline spent the majority of her childhood growing up in Conshohocken before moving to King of Prussia at age 13. She attended Immaculata University where she studied music and liturgy, receiving a B.A. She also received an M.M in Music Education from Boston University. “I started teaching by accident because Sacred Heart Academy (my high school alma mater) needed an emergency substitute” she reminisced, however she then fell in love with teaching right away. One of her favorite things about teaching is that no two classes are the same. She went on further to say, “When you are teaching you never stop growing.”
Mrs. Kline explained that when she was choosing where to teach next, the Holy Spirit ultimately led her to Cardinal O’Hara. Finally, Mrs. Kline’s favorite thing about teaching at O’Hara is “The people, especially the students!”
Written By: Abby Griswold ’22