802 - Art/Music




​Music / Art

​Mrs. Ah Sue / Ms. Squires
Extension 802
Room 801

 Mrs. Ah Sue  Ms. Squires
 




 

Hello! My name is Miranda Ah Sue and this is not only my first year at Noah Webster Academy, but my first ever professional teaching job! I just recently graduated from BYU-Idaho in April 2017 with a Bachelor's Degree in Music Education. I was born and raised in Camarillo, California; so yes, I love the beach! I got my start in performing arts when I was in 4th grade where I landed a solo in a local musical theater production called ‘Cinemagic’. My love for music and performing grew from that point which lead me to make the decision of majoring in music. I'm a classically trained crossover singer, meaning that I sing opera, but also Broadway, pop, jazz, and basically any genre. I've been teaching private voice lessons during the summers since 2013, and I absolutely love it!

On August 19th I will be celebrating my first wedding anniversary with my sweet husband Jason! We met when we were 14, he was my first date when I turned 16, and we fell in love when we were 21 after he came home from his two year LDS mission in Panama. We love to cook, watch movies on Netflix & Hulu, and enjoy being outside together. Another hobby of mine is that I love listening to and discovering new artists and songs on Spotify.

I am so beyond thrilled to be a part of this wonderful school!

 

I earned a BFA in Visual Arts from Brigham Young University and am currently a professional artist in addition to an art teacher.  I taught art in the Dominican Republic for three summers, which inspired me to get my art teaching license.  I also love to dance, hike, run, cook, sing, and learn new things.

  I look forward to connecting with students this year--my goal is to have fun while learning.  We plan on improving our art making skills as well as learning how to express ourselves through the art we make.  We also plan on learning about how art works in the world around us and how to act and interact in a museum and gallery setting.