Testimonials

And now a word from some Spanish Geniuses….

I have loved every one of my students in my classes throughout our 15 years of Homeschooling in Bryan/College Station, Texas. I asked them to share with you, my future Spanish Geniuses, anything they would like to from their time in my classes. Here are a few tidbits from them.

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"Sra.Gose made learning Spanish a fun experience for me and was very helpful and encouraging. She inspired me to continue taking Spanish in College."
-Esther Dixon '09-‘10

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"I really enjoy her class, she makes sure that everybody understands the assignments and what we are learning. The class is very entertaining and it's really fun!"
-Elizabeth Platt '16-‘17

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"Sra. Gose was and is a stupendous teacher. I am not affluent in learning spoken languages, but she made learning fun and possible. She reached out in so many ways to make sure all learning styles and kids were taught well until they understood the content. From her fun personality, vulnerability in her life, and example of how to be a great person, Sra. Gose has succeeded above and beyond what most teachers dream of. I am grateful for the years I had spent in the classroom learning conjugations, doing skits, and being drilled. Any student privileged to be under her tutelage is blessed and will not be disappointed." ~Brittany Arn ’11-‘12

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Señora Gose era un excelente profesora y siempre hizo clases creativas y divertidas! Aprendí mucho de ella. Recomiendo encarecidamente! Lo uso [español] cada día todo el día. -Spencer Hoelscher ’03-'07

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"I took Señora Gose's class for 4 years & loved every moment of it! She is my all time favorite teacher & really did a great job of engaging everyone in the classroom with just an hour as well as fostering my love for languages & culture.” 

-😊 Sarah (Dowell) Sherrod Fall 2007 - Spring 2010

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"She taught me Spanish AND English grammar rules at the same [time]. Plus, she took the time to help me CLEP 4 hours of Spanish. Wonderful person to learn from and goes the extra mile when you have the glassy eyed "Uh. Qué?" face in class.”
- Emily Moller '14-'16


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