Academics and Programs
Our Faculty and Staff

Heather Kenyon, 3rd Grade

Heather has spent all her professional life working with children and helping them realize their own personal best - something that brings her immense joy.  

In this capacity, she has worked in both the private and public school sectors.  Heather spent most of her public school career in a district where there were over 50 different languages represented and it was consistently ranked as one of the top 5 districts in the state.  She has also worked with students from third grade through high school in a private online school setting developing unique programs which fit the demands of life and learning styles.  Additionally, Heather has worked with individual families on a one-to-one basis through her companies both here and in Colorado. When she visited SGCS last Spring she was so inspired by the teachers and the engaging work the students were doing that it made her want to be back in the classroom again!

When she isn’t working with students you can find her volunteering with CASA of Travis County, flipping houses, or watching her son’s soccer games with her husband and their 100 pound golden retriever, Tucker. Heather and her family love to travel and take advantage of every opportunity to explore new places.

Education – Heather received her Teaching Credential from Chapman University and BA from University of California, Riverside. She was also a Math Fellow & and CLAD certified through the University California Irvine.

St. Gabriel's Catholic School

2500 Wimberly Lane, Austin, TX 78735
Phone 512-327-7755
Fax 512-732-0420
School Hours
Mon-Fri 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Pre-K3 – 8th Grade
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