Degrees and Certifications:

BSBA Entrepreneurship and Family Business from Auburn University BS Biology from the University of Alabama-Huntsville MA Teaching from the University of Alabama-Huntsville Alternative A Certification: Secondary Biology

Ms. Brittany Allen

I am a Huntsville native and graduated from Westminster Christian Academy in 2006. I attended Auburn University from 2006-2011, receiving a BSBA in Business with a minor in dance. I returned to school at UAH for a Biology degree in 2013 with a Masters in teaching with a focus in Biology soon to follow. I danced all through high school and college, and currently teach tap & jazz at a local studio. This is my fifth year teaching at Liberty, and I love being part of the LMS family. I currently teach 7th grade Life Science, Magic of Electrons, and Science of Technology. 
I recently got married and moved out to the country. I love to travel and experience new places and cultures. I also love reading,  watching college football, antiquing, and playing with my dogs (Nova, Luna & Lincoln).

  • What supplies does my student need for class?

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    Your student will need a 1.5 inch binder, loose leaf paper & pencils. Some beneficial supplies that are not required but may be helpful are highlighters & colored pencils.

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  • Do you need anything for your classroom?

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    If you are looking to donate anything to my classroom, it would be greatly appreciated. Items that are beneficial to my classroom can be found on my Amazon wishlist. 

    Basic supplies like Kleenex, paper towels, antibacterial wipes and hand sanitizer are also always VERY appreciated.


    Amazon Wishlist


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  • Can my student turn work in late?

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    As long as it is within the term, your student may turn in late work. Late work is subject to point deduction, with the highest grade available being 70%.

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  • What are testing days for your class?

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    Life science tests are given on Wednesdays and Fridays. Students are typically notified of tests at least one week in advance. If your student will be absent on the day of a test, please notify me as far in advance as possible. Students may make appointments with me to make up tests that they have missed. 


    Electives - all test grades (with the exception of the Lab Safety Test given during the first week of class) are project based. 

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