Ms. Vicky Lowe is the Spanish Teacher for 4th -8th grades at The Madeleine Choir School. She is also in charge of the Heritage Spanish Program at MCS. Ms. Lowe has two kids, Elijah (15) and Lila (6), and a hamster, Mr. Squishes, who keeps them up at night. Ms. Lowe is originally from the southern state of Chiapas in Mexico. Ms. Lowe started teaching at MCS in 2012. She started her teaching career in the USA as a preschool and kindergarten Immersion Spanish teacher. She recently taught in a 5th grade Dual Immersion classroom for Granite School District. Ms. Lower received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah in Spanish Teaching with a Minor in Latin American Studies and her Master's Degree in Advanced Studies of Hispanic and Latin American Literature from the University of Barcelona.
She enjoys visiting her family in San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, which is her home town. Every time she goes to Mexico Ms. Lowe loves to spend time in the jungle, going to different natural wonders and pre-Columbian archaeological sites. She also enjoys reading historical fiction, magic realism, short stories, poetry, and much more. Ms. Lowe is also a wonderful painter and enjoys using watercolors as her medium. Ms. Lowe and her family love nature, going hiking, visiting the different State and National Parks, and taking pictures of the fun and beautiful adventures they get to experience.
Ms. Lowe hopes to be remembered by her beautiful art, and if she had a person Motto, it would be: “To Live in the present moment.”