Aileen Logan-Tyson has enjoyed teaching mathematics on both sides of the Atlantic. She grew up in Scotland and has a B.Sc. in Mathematics from Aberdeen University and a P.G.T.C. from London University, England. Her first teaching position in a coed secondary school in London provided her with a wide range of teaching experiences with students aged 12 – 18 years. In addition to teaching math, the subject she loved, her teen-age riding experience and membership of the British Pony Club, enabled her to accompany student groups to their weekly Friday morning riding lessons in Hyde Park. After several years of teaching in London she taught mathematics at a Community College in Leicestershire, England. Here she prepared students for national A-level math exams. In addition to teaching at the Community College, Aileen also served as a resident assistant for five years in a Loughborough University student dorm. She then moved to Massachusetts with her family, graduated from University of Massachusetts with a Masters degree and began her American teaching career at Stoneleigh-Burnham. During her tenure at SBS, she has taught Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, and IB Math. She has also served as a houseparent.