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Allison Stock

About Me

Hello! My name is Allison Stock, and I am a math teacher here at Sage Creek High School. I am teaching Algebra 1, Geometry, and College Algebra. I am passionate about opening students' eyes to the possibilities and real-world connections math has to offer. I am thrilled to be a part of the Carlsbad and Sage Creek community. 


After receiving my teaching credential in Mathematics from Chapman University, I began my teaching career at Diegueño Middle School in Encinitas. After my first year of teaching, I completed my Master's in Education from Chapman University. In the 2015/2016 school year, I taught at a start-up New Tech Network high school, Bonsall High School, where I taught Integrated math and coached the girls' soccer team. I couldn't be more thrilled to start my third year at Sage Creek High School. 


When I am not in the classroom, I am enjoying time with my husband and three sons. We love enjoying all of the outdoor activities North San Diego has to offer. I feel so lucky to be a part of the Sage Creek family!

Professional Background
  • Sage Creek High School, Math Teacher, 2016-Present
  • Bonsall High School, Integrated Math Teacher, 2015-2016
  • Diegueño Middle School, Integrated Math Teacher, 2014-2015
  • River Springs Charter School, I Can Math Teacher, 2014
  • Don Juan Avila Middle School, Math, Student Teaching, 2012-2013
Educational Background
  • Master's Degree in Teaching, Chapman University, 2015
  • Teaching Credential (Single Subject Mathematics), Chapman University, 2013
  • Bachelor's Degree (Public Relations/Advertising/Business), Chapman University, 2008

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to motivate students to feel confident to make mistakes, learn from them, and be proud when they find success in problem solving.