Dallas International School
Dallas International School commenced its 2019-2020 academic year with a new Head of School, Catherine Lévy. Coming from a seven-year tenure as Head of School at Rochambeau, a French international school in Washington D.C., Catherine Lévy is thrilled to begin her new life in Dallas and lend her background, years of experience and passion for education to Dallas International School.
As a French native, Catherine Lévy’s career in education entails many years of teaching and administration. After studying English language and literature, Madame Lévy traveled to Scotland, where she taught French for two years. During this pivotal time in her life, Madame Lévy discovered her love for education in an international context. After completing her two-year contract in Scotland, Madame Lévyreturned to her hometown of Toulouse, where she took the CAPES in English. Immediately thereafter, Madame Lévy decided to continuing furthering her education and advancement by completing a Maîtrise at Université Toulouse le Mirail, followed by the Agrégation, and finally a DEA in English and American Literature at Université Paul Valery, in Montpellier.