Hello! My name is Erin Heule. I am the middle school Literature and 7th grade History teacher at Lourdes Classical. Although I consider myself a proud Colorado “semi-native,” I was born in the Chicago area. I am a graduate of Regis Jesuit High School (’10) and Gonzaga University (’14) in Spokane, Washington. In my college years, I felt called to teaching but I was disheartened by modern movements in public education. I began my career search in Denver and was blessed to find Our Lady of Lourdes! I was drawn to the educational mission at Lourdes, which encourages students to seek an intimate relationship with the Truth in all areas of study. As I begin my third year at Lourdes, I have come to appreciate the unique mission of classical education more fully: and continue to enjoy learning more! I am particularly excited to be a part of the CiRCE Apprenticeship, a three-year program dedicated to exploring classic literature and classical pedagogy. In my time outside of the classroom, I enjoy reading; training for half and full marathons with my sister, Megan; seeing the sights near and far with my husband, John; and exchanging funny faces with my little girl, Martha!