Traci Brody’s teaching style is extremely creative and full of energy while remaining structured; her lessons are highly engaging and her enthusiasm is both infectious and inspirational to the students in her classroom.
Ms. Brody earned her undergraduate degree in Elementary Education from The Pennsylvania State University at State College. Joining our faculty after 19 years of teaching middle school students throughout the Philadelphia area, Ms. Brody has been on the cutting edge of mathematics and Spanish education, employing technology and hands-on learning long before those were educational buzzwords. Outside the classroom, Ms. Brody is a passionate athlete, and has been since she earned 10 Varsity letters from Lower Merion High School. A supremely loyal fan of Penn State University, she played for both the Penn State women’s lacrosse team and the Penn State women’s soccer team while completing her undergraduate degree.
Ms. Brody has remained connected to girls’ sports since college not only through coaching at the schools at which she has taught, but also by acting as a coach and/or trainer to multiple township and club soccer teams, including over 20 years with the King of Prussia Girls’ Club. Ms. Brody was inducted into the Philadelphia JCC Maccabi Hall of Fame that honors Philadelphia athletes, coaches, volunteers, and JCC professionals for their outstanding service, accomplishments, ability, integrity, sportsmanship, and character.