Although born and raised in California, Mrs. Cuatto is the daughter of Polish parents who were exiled from Poland for their leadership in the Solidarity movement against the Communist government. She studied at California State University, Sacramento, where she earned a BA in Humanities and graduated magna cum laude. There, she developed a more keen interest in the classical world and development of western civilization. After marrying and moving to Kentucky, Mrs. Cuatto had the opportunity to lead one of the fastest growing classical schools in the state and grew to understand first-hand the formative and transformative character of classical education. After having a son, she assumed the role of Director of Instruction and Admissions and greatly enjoyed focusing on meeting and informing inquiring families about the school and classical education, as well as observing and assisting teachers in the classroom. After her husband, Mr. Cuatto, accepted his position as Upper School Latin teacher at GVCA, Mrs. Cuatto was happy to be able to join the school part-time as a member of the administrative assistant staff. Outside of work, she enjoys cooking and baking bread, spending time outdoors with her family, reading, and continually working on tackling that language ever dear to her husband and to history, Latin.