Sarah Fraps is the Instructor of Kindergarten at the Saint Constantine School. In 2015, she graduated summa cum laude from Texas A&M University with a BA in English Literature and Sociology. At Texas A&M, Sarah was a member of the College of Liberal Art’s Dean’s Learning Community and a recipient of the Department of Sociology’s Teaching Fellowship. She worked two years as a consultant for the Texas A&M University Writing Center and was active in campus ministry. Sarah discovered her passion for teaching through volunteering at the Brazos Valley Autism Clinic and researching disability and religion under the direction of Dr. Timothy Woods. She began her teaching career working with early childhood special needs students in a local public school district before coming to The Saint Constantine School.
When not corralling little ones, Sarah and her husband, Alex, enjoy cooking (and eating!) southeast Asian cuisine, reading, and tending to her growing succulent garden. Sarah attends St. Joseph Orthodox Church where she serves on the parish council.