Born in Atlanta, Lane Crosby has called Georgetown home for the last 24 years. She has spent those years working extensively with young people of all ages in schools, in scouting, on the soccer field, and at church. Her passion for education led her to homeschool her now college-aged children for 7 years. As an undergraduate, she studied in England for a semester and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Mrs. Crosby has served as president of the Winyah Master Naturalist Association, and she enjoys spending time on the water and playing with her golden retrievers.
Mrs. Crosby teaches Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, and sixth, seventh, and eighth grade English.
Bachelor of Science, Furman University (cum laude)
Master of Education, Converse College
5 years teaching at The Georgetown School