Macon, GA. – Carolyn Stuart, a faculty member and alumna of TSA, was selected by the senior softball players this season as the 2015 Impact Award recipient. Senior softball and baseball players each select a faculty member, as a team, who has made a significant impact on their time at TSA. We sat down with Jordan Allen, Grace Ann Morris, Caroline Gilbert, Taylor Spivey, and Brianna Beasely to talk about why they chose Mrs. Stuart as their honoree.(null)

How has Mrs. Stuart made an impact on you over the years?
GAM: She’s been my math teacher since my freshman year, and over the years I’ve come to realize I can truly confide in her and trust her with anything. She treats her students like they are her own children, and I know she will do anything for us.
TS: Her teaching style is one that you will never forget. She’s one of those teachers that you know will stay at school from 7:30 a.m. until midnight just to help her students.

What is your favorite thing about her?
TS: She cares so much about each one of her students. We know that she will always be there to help us.
CG: She’s dedicated to the success of each and every one of her students.
JA: She pushes us to do our very best, and she’s always been incredibly supportive.

More about Carolyn Stuart…
Mrs. Stuart is a 1995 graduate of Tattnall Square Academy and currently teaches Algebra and Pre-Calculus. She first began teaching at TSA in 2001 with intermittent sabbaticals for raising children. She has been involved in the Tattnall family since 1982 when her mother, Mrs. Carolyn Smothers began teaching at TSA. Mrs. Stuart earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Management from Georgia Tech in 1999 and later went on to receive a Master of Education in Mathematics from Georgia Southern University in 2005. She is married to Barry Stuart, also a graduate from the 1995 class at TSA. They have two children who attend Tattnall – William (class of 2025) and Mary Banks (class of 2027). The Stuarts are active members at Ingleside Baptist Church.