Jennifer Wall P’22, ’24

Jennifer Wall P'22, '24

Math Department Chair, Math Faculty



B.A., The College of New Jersey
M.A., New York Institute of Technology

Jennifer Wall, a private math tutor for middle, high and college students, joined Walker’s in 2016 as a member of the math faculty. Jennifer is a graduate of the College of New Jersey and the New York Institute of Technology where she earned her master’s degree in instructional technology. Previously, Jennifer was a math teacher at Northern Valley Regional High School in New Jersey. She served as a long-term substitute at Walker’s during the 2011–2012 academic year where she taught AP calculus, AP statistics, honors calculus and trigonometry.

Why did you want to go into teaching?

I love math. I love that it is simple yet complex, I love that it is thought-provoking yet dependable. I love its mysteries and I love its beauty. I want others to feel the same sense of pride that can come from conquering this intimidating subject.

What is your favorite Walker’s tradition?

My favorite Walker’s tradition is when the girls sing the school song together. To watch them all put their arms around each other and sway back and forth while singing about the school they love is totally endearing.

What other roles do you hold on campus?

Junior Class Dean

What is the most rewarding part about working at Walker’s?

The students! I feel so lucky to have the opportunity to teach intellectually curious students who are willing to take risks and so incredibly supportive of each other. The shared attitude in the classroom seems to be “let’s be better together” and I thoroughly enjoy being part of that team.