Brittany Probst has served students as a French teacher, curriculum writer, and student advocate for over ten years and has a passion for teaching world languages as a way to open students' worldview and promote both cultural competency and tolerance. As a North Carolina Teaching Fellow, Brittany graduated with a Bachelor's in French Language with a concentration in Special Education from Campbell University and also holds a certification for teaching English as a Second Language (ESL).
With her Special Education certification, many years of experience in supporting students with special needs, and with her own children having academic and behavioral needs of their own, Brittany is passionate about helping students and families to receive the services that they deserve in order to flourish in school and in life. Her experience in a variety of school environments and with students of all ages makes her adept at supporting students from all backgrounds and experiences to reach their educational goals and build their self-confidence. Believing strongly in the power of relationship-building, Brittany works hard to support her students in both their academic and emotional needs and wants nothing more than for them to see how capable they are.
A Raleigh native, Brittany currently lives in Fuquay-Varina with her husband, two adoptive sons, and her crazy dog. When not supporting students and advocating for equitable education for all, Brittany enjoys reading and spending time with her family playing board games.