Cindy Cabello

Fourth Grade Math and Social Studies Teacher

Appointed in 2015

I chose to teach at St. George because of the love for teaching, learning and personal faith is the norm among my colleagues. I’m excited to develop lessons that will engage and motivate my students every day.

My husband, Jimmy, and I have been married 26 years and enjoy sports and trying new restaurants in San Antonio.  We have a daughter, Jacqueline, who graduated from Vanderbilt University in May of this year.  She is now working at AT&T in Atlanta, in the software development program. Our son, Brian, attends the University of Texas at San Antonio and is in the business school studying actuarial science. I’m a life-long learner, and in my spare time, I love to sew, quilt, read and exercise.   I have most recently discovered Studio Hop and have enjoyed trying various studios.


  • Master of Education, University of Texas at San Antonio
  • Bachelor of Science, Biology, St. Mary’s University

Professional Experience

  • Teacher, fourth grade, grammar and social studies, St. George Episcopal School, 2015-present
  • Teacher, fifth grade, history, English, pre-algebra, algebra and science, St. Luke’s Episcopal School
  • Associate Head of School, St. Luke’s Episcopal School
  • Director of Student Services, Incarnate Word High School
  • Mentor Teacher, math and science, San Antonio Urban System Initiative
  • Teacher, science, Dwight Middle School, South San Antonio Independent School District
  • Teacher, life and earth science, Mendez Middle School, Austin Independent School District


  • Secondary-Life/Earth Science Certification
  • Assistant Principal Certification
  • Principal Certification
  • Instructional Leadership Development & Professional Development Assessment System
  • Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
  • National Council Teachers of Mathematics
  • Texas Computer Education Association
  • Outstanding Science Mentoring, Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge
  • San Antonio USI Shirley Kearns Award