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Angela Dormiani was born and raised in Oklahoma. She graduated from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, MO where she played college tennis and earned her B.A. Ms. Dormiani later went on to earn her Master's degree from the University of Central Oklahoma. 

Ms. Dormiani

  • has a Bachelors and Masters degree in history. 

  • has taught social studies at ASTEC since 2002.

  • is an AP reader for the AP European History exam.

  • is a National Board Certified Teacher in Young Adult Social Studies.

  • is the junior class sponsor and co-sponsors the junior/senior prom.

Hello Everyone!


As a social studies teacher, I have had the opportunity to travel around the world for various professional development, including China, South Korea, Japan, Hawaii, Barbados, Boston. I even spent a month studying the American Revolution and the U.S. Constitution at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. as part of the James Madison Fellowship Memorial Fund.  This allowed me to earn my Master of Arts degree in history from the University of Central Oklahoma in May 2011.

As a graduate student while teaching at ASTEC, I wrote and presented several historical research papers at state and national social sciences, humanities, and history conferences around the country because I love writing research papers. 

Ms. Dormiani standing in front of a WWI tank at the National WWI Museum in Kansas City, MO. 




My favorite things to do when I am not teaching are to hang out and travel with my husband, play tennis, workout, read, and play with my Siberian Huskies, Chewie & Leia. My favorite movie of all-time is The Return of the Jedi, and my favorite book is The Count of Monte Cristo. My favorite T.V. show of all-time is Supernatural. I love artwork and history so much that our travels usually revolve around those things.


What is my favorite animal? I love all animals, but especially my dogs, Chewie & Leia


If you could travel back to any time in history, what would it be? Here is my answer: I would love to travel back to NYC during the 1920s, or to Europe just before World War I started.  

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