Dr. Carol Blosser
Co-Founder, Humanities, College and Academic Advising
Carol is a co-founder of Waterloo School and teaches humanities and directs the school’s college advising program. Before helping to found Waterloo, Carol taught literature, history, and journalism at Regents School of Austin for thirteen years, serving as Humanities Department head for five of those years and as a faculty dean for another four years. Carol has a master’s degree and Ph.D. in English from the University of Texas at Austin, where she taught rhetoric, literature, and directed tutor training at the Undergraduate Writing Center for two years. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the College of William and Mary in Virginia, where she worked in archeology and historic preservation and was active in the Canterbury Fellowship at the historic Bruton Parish Church. Since moving to Austin in 1998 to pursue graduate studies, she has been a member of St. David’s Episcopal Church, where she now attends with her family and volunteers with children’s and youth ministry and sings on Sundays.