Grace GahaganUpper School History
Grace is a member of the Upper School history department, teaching the 9th Grade course, Foundations of Modern America, and the 11th Grade course, Modern World 2.
She has also taught and co-taught elective classes, including History of Baltimore, American Womxn’s History, and American Conservatism.
Grace is a faculty advisor to the Student Leftist, and Students Advocating Against Racism Clubs. She coaches Girls’ JV Lacrosse.
After college, Grace taught at two American international schools, first in Yaounde, Cameroon, and then in Chennai, India. Back in the states, she taught 9th Grade history and served as a dorm parent, basketball and soccer coach, and co-dean of 10th Grade at St. Andrew’s School in Middletown, Delaware. Working as an instructor for the Baltimore Chesapeake Bay Outward Bound School initially brought her to Baltimore. Now she proudly calls Remington home, enjoys walks with her dogs, and eating at the many local restaurants with her husband and friends
Grace holds a B.A. in Art History from Colorado College with minors in Museum Studies and Music, and an M.A. in Teaching Social Studies from Columbia University’s Teachers College.Back to Faculty & Staff Directory