Sabrina Johnson is a Full-time Building Substitute at The Grayson School. As an integral member of our faculty, Sabrina supports our school culture, academic excellence, and a positive learning environment across all grades, assisting our faculty with programs and class activities that allow her to lead a Grayson experience with our students when teachers are absent.
Sabrina believes in being mindful that every child is unique and has a hidden talent or skill, and as an educator, she helps students become more comfortable with themselves, their value, and their self-worth. Throughout her career, she has enjoyed helping people reach their full potential and overcome many obstacles. Sabrina holds a B.S. in Human Development and Family Studies from The Pennsylvania State University and most recently has served as a substitute teacher in Main Line private schools.
Sabrina enjoys going to the movies, exploring museums, and sharing Native American culture—with a particular passion for attending local powwows. Sabrina is also a huge fan of superheroes, especially from the DC Universe. In addition, she volunteers her time as an ordained minister.
Sabrina is originally from Philadelphia and currently lives in Narberth with her daughter, a chihuahua mix, and a turtle.