Elizabeth Hall
PREPrimary II



Elizabeth Hall is an Associate with the Primary III teaching team at the Northside Campus.  Hall brings a wealth of experience to the classroom having worked in Cobb County School System for many years as a librarian,  worked in community centers, and worked in literacy programs in both New York City and San Francisco. She is a strong advocate of learning! During her work experiences in education and community centers, she also worked a short stint in the corporate world.

Ms. Hall joined the faculty at the Suzuki School in the summer 0f 2015. She was intrigued both by the Montessori System of Education after her son attended a Montessori preschool, and that it was combined with the Suzuki method of music. In her youth, Ms. Hall had trained in Suzuki music in both piano and violin.  She was very excited to get the opportunity to combine her interests in both music and Montessori!

Elizabeth has enjoyed working with the “older” children in Primary, and finds great joy in witnessing the discovery learning process of young children.  She believes that teaching is what provides to her a “Noble Heart”.

In her spare time, Elizabeth enjoys spending time with her family, and taking her elementary school aged son to Karate.  She also had a wide variety of interests including photography, gardening, music and crafting.  In addition, Elizabeth recently embarked on a journey to learn cello, the sound of dreams!

A graduate of City College of San Francisco with a studies in Early Childhood Education and Graphic Design, and with BA in Psychology from Argosy University, Hall is also completing a Masters in Library Science from Valdosta State University.