Degrees and Certifications:

Master of Arts in Teaching Secondary English Bachelor of Arts in English College Board AP Language and Composition NMSI AP Language and Composition

Mrs. Scherrep

Mrs. Scherrep was born in Chicago, IL but raised in a  small town called Six Mile in Upstate SC. She  decided to become a teacher after her 12th grade English teacher helped her discover that she has dyslexia. In high school, she completed 4 years of AFJROTC where she was an unarmed drill commander, colorguard member, and  cadre. She also met her husband her sophomore year of high school.

After graduating high school, she went Coastal Carolina University and earned a Bachelor's of Arts in English. Next, she went to Converse College where she earned her Master of Arts in Teaching. Finally, in 2011 she started teaching at Fort Dorchester High School. Go Patriots!

Currently, she is enrolled at Southern Wesleyn University and pursuing an Ed.D in Curriculum and Assessment.

Her family consists of her high school sweetheart husband who is a Charleston County Paramedic, her son (Logan-born June 2014) daughter (Shay- born December 2017), her dog (Perry) and two cats (Hobey and Tumtum).

Her favorite things are coffee, movies, books, and more coffee. She is a Clemson football fan (GO TIGERS!). She is a huge fan of Harry Potter, Star Wars, The Lord of the Rings, Cassandra Clare Books, The Hunger Games, Twilight Saga, The Walking Dead, Big Bang Theory, Percy Jackson, Supernatural, Gilmore Girls, Criminal Minds, How I Met Your Mother, and the list goes on. Things that make her happy are Holidays, music, movies, coffee, her family, and new pens, and lazy days. Her family and she attends Freedom Church on Sundays. Her favorite thing to do, however, is spend time with her husband and kids.



    ASSIGNMENTS/DAILY PLANS: Please use Unified Classroom to access notes and handouts for each day. 

    STAY UP-TO-DATE: Join my class Remind by texting @coffeeluv to 81010

    LATE WORK: Will be accepted for full credit students to turn in late work with no late penalty. The only requirement was that it be 100% complete. The window for late work is that all work must be completed within the grading period. Some assignments may require an alternative assignment to be completed.

    CORRECTIONS: They can correct most assignments for full credit. Students must see me during ILT to regrade corrected assignments. Teacher-created tests can be retaken during ILT upon completion of reteach assignment.

    OTTER (Our Time to Enjoy Reading): Students are expected to read a book of their choice the 1st 15 minutes of class Monday-Thursday. This goes in as a weekly quiz grade.

    ROOTS: Every Monday we do roots vocabulary (Tuesday if no school Monday). These are cumulative and there is a test on Fridays. Please, use Class Quizlet to study!

    NO RED INK: We are in a computer lab on Fridays where they are assigned Grammar lessons via a website called No Red Ink. Each week students are assigned a practice and quiz from No Red Ink. Students have 1 week to complete before a zero is entered in gradebook until completed. Practice is extra credit if mastered; however, quizzes will not be reset until practice is mastered.

    COMPUTER ACCESS AND PRINTING: For online assignments and typing of essays, Students can print for free in the Learning Commons and there are laptops available.