Georgette Mkrtitschian


Originally from New Jersey, Georgette Mkrtitschian graduated from the College of New Jersey with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education K-8 and a Lifetime Teaching credential. Additionally, she has completed 26 units towards her Master’s Degree in Special Education from Grand Canyon University. Mrs. Mkrtitschian has been teaching in New Jersey and California for 35 years. Since 2008, she has been teaching¬†at Good Shepherd, where she has taught TK, 1st grade, and 6th grade. She really enjoys teaching at Good Shepherd Catholic School because she feels that the faculty, principal, parents, and staff are supportive and helpful to work with as a team for students’ educational success. Being a mentor teacher for the PLACE Corps program at Loyola Marymount University and the “Teacher to Teacher” program which provides support and classroom instructional observations for first year teachers was a rewarding experience in her career. Both of her daughters are graduates from St. Bernardine of Siena School in Woodland Hills. One has graduated from the University of California – Riverside and the other from CSUN. Her interests include enjoying the beach with her family, reading mystery novels, and tennis.