Health and Physical Education Instructor, Armstrong
Armstrong Class of 1965
B.S. in Education, Elementary Childhood
As an undergraduate student at Armstrong, Faye Kirschner was active in drama, student government and dance. After earning a B.S. in Education, she taught Health and Physical Education in Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools for 30 years. During her career, she helped establish the children’s run for the March of Dimes and organized the Jump Rope for Heart Program. A member of the JEA Athletic Hall of Fame, she won Georgia’s state tennis tournament for three consecutive years, earning two #1 state tennis rankings for women’s singles. In 1996, she began teaching at Armstrong. Faye is a proud member of Armstrong’s Heritage Society and Alumni Association and an active contributor to The Armstrong Foundation.