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María R. Schrimpf


María Schrimpf began her career as a foreign language teacher at Colegio San Francisco Javier in Mendoza, Argentina.

In the United States María  has taught college level Spanish at the University of Texas at Arlington, as well as high school Spanish at Eagle Mountain Saginaw, and Hurst Euless Bedford ISD.


Sra. Schrimpf  is passionate about teaching and working with students. She firmly believes every student can learn and provides in her classroom creative and engaging lessons with a communicative approach to language learning. Sra.Schrimpf strives to help her students learn and appreciate the beauty of the Spanish language while developing a broader appreciation and perspective of Spanish culture.

Sra.'s teaching goal is to challenge her students to learn while making education fun in a supportive, inclusive, and caring classroom environment.


María Schrimpf is honored to serve her students, and our community by sponsoring the HPHS Freshman Cheer Squad and the HP Volunteer Council.


BA in Spanish for Global Competence, University of Texas at Arlington
MA in Modern Languages - Spanish Concentration, University of Texas at Arlington


  • Spanish 1
  • Spanish 2 Pre AP


Mondays and Fridays  3:30 - 4:00 pm
Wednesdays  7:30 - 8:00 am
(Students: please e mail Sra. Schrimpf by 9 pm the previous evening to confirm attendance for morning tutorials).
 “Enter to Learn, Go Forth to Serve. – Let’s go Scots”