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Ms. Ulrich graduated with a bachelors of science from Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. She majored in both social science education as well as psychology, after which she pursued her masters in international education from the University of Sydney, Australia. After teaching in both South Korea and China, she returned to the United States 2015 in order to continue teaching at an American school.

In addition to being certified in NC. and Fl., Ms. Ulrich is a certified Advanced Placement psychology teacher through the College Board. She is also the receipient of the Fulbright-Hays award to Bulgaria and Greece in 2017.


Ms. Ulrich began as a teacher rather unusually, by deciding to start her career overseas in Seoul, South Korea. After falling in love with the culture, Ms. Ulrich decided to stay for four years. She spent most of her time teaching both middle school and high school students. Then, Ms. Ulrich moved to Qinhuangdao, China, teaching at Northeastern University at Qinhuangdao, working with freshmen and junior students.

Upon returning to the United States, Ms. Ulrich joined the O.P.S. faculty in 2016. She has taught 7th grade world history, 8th grade American history, 11th grade American History 1, and A.P. Psychology.  She is a member of the school improvement plan, and currently leads the Model U.N. Club.