Megan Christley was born and raised in Middle Tennessee, where she was homeschooled from kindergarten through 12th grade. In high school, she was able to dual-enroll some of her courses at Middle Tennessee State University, which really cultivated her love of languages and sparked within her a desire to teach.
After graduating high school, Megan began her collegiate career at the University of Memphis, where she pursued a dual bachelor’s degree in English and Spanish, concentrating in Teaching English as a Second Language. As a student there, Megan was able to study abroad in Costa Rica, attending an immersion program at La Universidad de Costa Rica before graduating magna cum laude from the University of Memphis in 2015.
Upon graduation, Megan was offered an instructor position at DeNeuville Learning Center, a local nonprofit serving under-resourced communities with academic support through English and high school equivalency courses. While there, Megan taught bilingual classrooms in the subjects of high school math, English, social studies, and science, as well as English as a Second Language and test preparation.
For the next few years, she continued to work for local non-profits in the areas of program coordination and implementation, volunteer management, and curriculum development. Throughout this, however, Megan offered individual tutoring sessions to students in the community as a way to bring in additional income.
In 2018, Megan decided to pursue her role as an educator full-time, partnering with a local tutorial to offer courses in the subjects of English, Spanish, high school and middle school math, science, social studies, and test preparation. In addition to these group courses, Megan also offers individual academic assistance to learners of all ages in a wide range of subjects throughout the Tri-State area.