Ms. Lisa Lamberti

Phone: 704-260-6600

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Ms. Lisa Lamberti

I am a National Board Certified EC teacher from southern Michigan, and a proud alumni of Michigan State University.  I began teaching in North Carolina in 2003, and have been teaching at Cox Mill High School since we opened in 2009.  I teach a study skills class and co-teach Foundations of Math 1 and 2, Math 1, 2, and 3, and English III.  I enjoy working with students to help them become better learners and feel successful.
 
Outside of school, I love to scrapbook and spend time with my family.  I like MSU football and hockey, and concerts.
 
FYI - My classroom is a SCENT FREE classroom.  No perfumes, lotions, colognes, deodorants, or anything with a scent are allowed out in class.  Contact me if you would like more information.  
 
I share a classroom with other teachers, so email is the best method to get in touch with me.
 
 
Virtual Curriculum Night - February 17, 2021:
 
Please watch Ms. Lamberti's video for this semester and complete the Parent Information Form.  Also, please watch Ms. Ilagor's introductory video (student teacher).

Video for Ms. Lamberti - Curriculum Night

 
 
 YEARBOOKS: you can still get a yearbook this year!  They will continue to be available for purchase until they are sold out.
Use this link to order your CMHS yearbook from Jostens:
 

 

My Schedule

  • 1st block - Planning

    2nd block - Co-teach English 3 with Charlotte Taylor (in Canvas & MS Teams)

                    Go to Ms. Taylor's CMHS Webpage

    3rd block - Co-teach Math 3 with Andrew Thatcher (in Canvas & MS Teams)

                    Go to Mr. Thatcher's CMHS Webpage

    4th block - Planning

College Entrance Exams (SAT/ACT)

  • All sophomores in North Carolina take the Pre-ACT in the fall of their 10th grade year.  Students do not need to sign up or pay to take the Pre-ACT.  It is a practice test for the ACT.

    All juniors in North Carolina take the ACT in the spring of their 11th grade year.  Students do not need to sign up or pay to take the ACT, unless they choose to take it a second time (only the first time is paid by the state).  The ACT is used by some universities as a college entrance exam. More information can be found at the ACT website.

    Students may also choose to take the SAT, which is another option some universities use as a college entrance exam. More information can be found at the College Board website.

Last Modified on February 17, 2021