Chelsea received her undergraduate degree in 2013 in Physical and Health Education from Queen's University. She loved teaching students from early on, and knew she would complete her Bachelors of Education also at Queen's, the following year (2014) specializing in the intermediate senior level. Health science and biology continue to have a special place in her heart, especially after studying abroad, at the University of the West Indies, in Barbados. It was there that Chelsea studied marine biology and tropical flora and fauna first hand, while living the island life. Coming back to reality in Canada, Chelsea specialized in exercise physiology as well as nutrition in her last year of undergrad. Upon entering teacher's college, the focus changed to adaptive teaching techniques for reaching every student, no matter their learning ability. Within her practicum, Chelsea was able to use her love of reading and worked within an adolescent literacy class helping students at various reading levels achieve goals with reading and writing comprehension. Using various techniques including mostly one-on-one work, her students were able to show measurable growth in their grammar and literacy. Chelsea has worked with many students of all ages working on reading and writing skills, biology, anatomy focus and general science tutoring.