Kimberlee Terry was born and raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee, in a family full of educators. After graduating from Chattanooga Christian School, she attended Bryan College in Dayton, TN earning a master’s degree in secondary math education. Kimberlee first taught at her high school for three years before moving to Kenya, Africa to work at Rift Valley Academy, a missionary boarding school. After marrying her husband, Dan, she moved to Whatcom county and accepted a math teaching position at Blaine High School. She has been involved with middle and high school students in a variety of settings from tutoring, substitute teaching, youth mission trips, coaching or teaching Sunday school.
Working with students who struggle in mathematics is her main strength. She also enjoys guiding those who excel in mathematics. Discovering how God has wired each individual student’s thought processes and connecting with them at their current level will help them reach the next level in their study of mathematics.
She has been married to her husband for 19 years, has three children, Hannah, Zac and Noah. Currently, she is homeschooling the kids, spoiling two Persian cats and one bearded dragon.