Noah Parmely

Math/Science Teacher & Mentor

Noah is a Houston native. After frequently moving around South Texas as a kid, he finally settled back down in his hometown in 6th grade. As a new student at his school, Noah felt unsure of his surroundings – often feeling like he didn’t belong. Thankfully, Noah found refuge in sports, excelling at them more than he had expected to. This eventually motivated Noah to pursue a career in orthopedic medicine as he had been exposed to many gruesome injuries as an athlete as well as becoming a natural leader both on and off the field.

As a sophomore in college, Noah attended a medical fellowship in Barcelona, Spain. It was there where he truly felt that his purpose in life was to help others in need. Upon returning, Noah began volunteering at Texas Children’s Hospital in The Woodlands, TX while he completed his Bachelor of Science in biology. This experience bolstered his passion for kids and young adults.

Having recently graduated magna cum laude, Noah has even more motivation to pursue medicine at some point in the future – this time with a focus in pediatrics. However, for now, he remains passionate about teaching the natural sciences to aspiring young scientists and curious students, alike. He hopes to share his experiences with those working towards ambitious goals while simultaneously providing them with a meaningful education.