Grade School Faculty

Ana Lois-Borzi

Spanish Teacher

Ana Lois-Borzi grew up in Buenos Aires, Argentina where she began her teaching career. She holds undergraduate degrees in education and fine arts and postgraduate degrees in painting and drawing. She spent a number of years teaching at the postsecondary level in the U.S. and has been teaching Spanish since 2016 in a Waldorf inspired school. Before moving to Austin, she completed one year of Waldorf teacher training in Minneapolis. She recently attended a Summer Intensive World Language training at the Rudolph Steiner Center of Toronto. Her interests in art, poetry, culture, and literature add richness and liveliness to her Spanish classes. From kindergarten through 8th grade, the children inspire her joy in sharing the beautiful Spanish language.
Ana enjoys family time, gardening, hiking, and reading.

“One of the things we are so grateful for is the opportunity our daughter has had with regards to varsity sports at Waldorf. Basketball has provided her an opportunity to be a leader and the chance to learn from a supportive and committed mentor. The benefits will serve her in a myriad of ways throughout her life that she cannot now imagine.”