Sacred Heart Global Academy
Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart and Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart are excited to partner through the Sacred Heart Global Academy to offer integrated courses that will provide students with opportunities to learn both synchronously and asynchronously with students and teachers from both schools.
Meet the Faculty
Nicole Hall currently serves as Campus Minister and has been teaching a combination of Art, Dance, or Religious Studies classes since first coming to Sacred Heart Education at Forest Ridge six years ago. After graduating from Gonzaga University’s Comprehensive Leadership Program in 2013 with a B.A. in Fine and Performing Arts, she spent a year in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps on the Colville Indian Reservation where she taught at the local tribal school. It was during this time that she realized her passion for helping young people have important conversations about faith and spirituality and the rest, as they say, is history! When not leading retreats or working with her students, Ms. Hall enjoys hiking, sailing, and travelling with her puppy, Smudge.
Mr. Goh joined Woodlands Academy in October 2019. He has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Singapore Polytechnic and a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He worked as a graphic designer, cartographer, and GIS technician, then switched track and started a commercial photography career, first as an assistant, then as a photographer and digital tech. He has worked in the arts in numerous other positions, including set designer, prop master, and art handler. Mr. Goh has exhibited consistently for the past 20 years, both nationally and internationally.
Ms. Campbell is the director of the Center for Global Studies at Woodlands Academy and has taught at Woodlands since 2017. She has also taught both English and Social Studies for over ten years. Born, raised, and educated in Canada, Ms. Campbell has also taught overseas at an international school in Singapore and at Duchesne Academy in Houston. Ms. Campbell knew in high school she would pursue a career in education because she likes working with adolescents and wanted and job that would be different every day. She most enjoys the opportunity to explain to her students that they will be the leaders of the future and have the power and responsibility to decide how to shape the world.
Ms. Gould has been a teaching artist in the Snoqualmie Valley for 30 years. She is a graduate of Scripps College with a double degree in Visual Art and Theatre Directing/Design. She completed her teaching credential and MA in Education at Claremont Graduate University. As a classroom teacher she loves sharing her joy of the arts with K-12 students. This is Carol’s second year at Forest Ridge. She loves being a part of the Sacred Heart community and believes our arts facility and faculty are second to none. Carol also works for Arts Impact, a Seattle based company that works to engage students, empower teachers and close the opportunity gaps through the Arts. In addition to teaching visual arts and drama, she is the owner of Terra Nova Pottery Studio where she teaches young and old the magic of clay.