Megan Woster


Mrs. Megan Woster has always felt a strong pull toward  helping others.  She graduated from the University of Iowa in 2008 with a degree in Psychology.  After becoming a special education paraeducator in Iowa, she realized that she loved teaching, went back to school, and obtained a degree in Education from Upper Iowa University with endorsements in Language Arts and Reading.  Mrs. Woster then moved to Arizona in 2011 and began working as a high school English teacher at New Way Academy. While working as an English teacher, Megan became a certified Step-Up to Writing teacher/trainer and the head of the English Department. She then worked as the Director of Transition from 2019 to 2023. In that role, she rebranded and restructured the existing program, developed meaningful connections with postsecondary institutions and disability support services, plus created the curriculum for New Way’s High School Seminar classes. She is currently the Head of High School.

When she’s not at work, she can be found spending time with her husband and two young children. In her downtime, she enjoys scouring Netflix and Hulu for the latest show to binge, cheering on her beloved Iowa Hawkeyes, and spending time with her fabulous New Way co-workers and friends.