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Welcome Students and Parents!

My name is Sydney Lynch and I have the great privilege of teaching PAP Chemistry at Tomball Memorial High School. My love for education started in high school where I really began to find my passion for the sciences. I knew shortly after graduating from high school that I wanted to be back in high school, but on the other side of the classroom. I attended Blinn College where I payed volleyball for the Buccaneers on a full-ride scholarship and received my associates degree. I then continued my education and volleyball career at Stephen F. Austin State University, where I graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in Biology. I have an obsession for learning new things, and what better way to "feed my addiction" than to enter a profession that is constantly growing, forever evolving, and is centered around the advancement of our youth! I have been a teacher at Memorial since it opened in 2011, and have taught multiple levels of IPC, Biology, and Chemistry. I strive to make each day thought provoking, achieve-ably rigorous, and personally valuable for my students. I hope to instill the same enthusiasm that I have for education into everyone that I come into contact with. I am looking forward to an exciting, exhausting, and rewarding school year!


I offer tutoring in the mornings on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays at 7:00 AM. 


Please be aware that there may be some mornings I will be unavailable due to teacher planning meetings, duty, or coaching responsibilities. It is best if the student makes arrangements with me the day before to ensure that I will be available. 


After school tutorials are offered by other teachers in our department. If additional help is needed after school, I encourage my students to attend another teachers tutorial times when I am unavailable.

Contact Information:

If you have any questions you can contact me at: (Best and fastest way to get a hold of me) 

OR by phone at 281-357-3230 X 1164 


My conference periods are 4th (10:34 - 11:25 AM) and 6th (1:02 - 1:53 PM)