Cynthia Mallet • Eighth Grade
Ms. Cindy Mallet has been at St. Paul's School for most of her life. She attended St. Paul's as a student from K-8, following in her father's footsteps. She came back to St. Paul's as the eighth-grade teacher in 1991. She also teaches seventh grade pre-algebra as well as eighth grade algebra, United States history, religion, and art.
Ms. Mallet attended Cathedral High School in San Francisco and graduated with honors from Holy Names University in Oakland with a bachelor’s degree in human services (psychology and sociology.) She continued at HNU to earn a teaching credential. Prior to working in education, Ms. Mallet worked for a clinical laboratory and as a human resources manager for a biotech firm.
Ms. Mallet's hope for her students is that they come to love learning for its own sake and wants them to recognize that one can work hard and have fun at the same time. Above all else, Ms. Mallet conveys to her students that sound character is as equally important as building a solid academic understanding.