Lincoln-West School of Science and Health
10–12th Grade English
“Andrese takes no breaks when it comes to students… Her leadership in the building sets the tone for what a dedicated staff member should look like… She believes in the mission of our school to prepare students for college and careers in the healthcare industry through relevant workplace and community experiences.”
Andrese Howard currently teaches English and Senior Capstone Project at Lincoln-West School of Science and Health. She earned her undergraduate degree in English, Teacher Education at Case Western Reserve University. During her undergraduate career Andrese tutored at Michael R. White where she developed her passion for teaching, primarily writing, to inner city youth. After graduation in the, Spring of 2016, Andrese accepted a position at the new design school, Lincoln-West School of Science and Health. During her time at LWSH, Andrese has created engaging curriculum that allows for authentic field experiences. By incorporating the school’s model of Science and Health Andrese designed a unit where students analyzed, and compared the Cleveland Water Department to Flint, Michigan’s. Andrese then took students on a field experience to Flint, Michigan where students met the Chief Investigator of the ACLU, and sat in on a City Council meeting with Flint Residents. Andrese Howard serves as her school’s Senior Adviser and Union Chapter Chair. She is a proud member of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa.