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Rev’d John Heaton, M.A., Headmaster


Kyle Alexander, B.S.,  Science Education, Slippery Rock University; M.S., Health & Physical Education,  Frostburg State University; Athletic Director;

teaches Physical Education, intramural sports director; coaches Var LAX; serving since 2015

Rev’d John Heaton, B.A., M.A., MALS, Headmaster; Theology, Bob Jones University; Liberal Studies,Hollins University; other graduate work, Reformed Seminary, Dallas Institute for Humanities and Culture. John is an ordained minister in the Reformed Episcopal Church and served for twelve years as a parish priest in Orlando, Fl.;
Teaches Greek and Senior Seminar
serving since 1998

Stacey Hester, B.S., English, Liberty University, M.Ed, Sweet Briar College, Curriculum and Instruction;

Guidance Counselor

serving since 2016

Scott McCurley B.S., Academic Dean; Public Health, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill; M.A., Liberal Arts, St. John’s College;
Teaches mathematics and science;
serving since 2004
Kathryn Martin,  B.S., Education, Liberty University; additional graduate work, The Dallas Institute for Humanities and Culture; Assistant Principal
Teaches Fifth Grade, Assistant Principal;
serving since 1998

Gail Mitchell, B.A., M.Ed.; Mathematics, Longwood College; Educational Guidance, Virginia Commonwealth University; other graduate work, Dallas Institute for Humanities and Culture;


Teaches World Literature, Pre-Calculus and AP Calculus;
serving since 1995

The Rev’d Davidson Morse, B.A. M.Div; Philosophy, Mississippi State University; Diploma of Theology, St. Andrews University; Nashota House; Davidson is an ordained minister in The Reformed Episcopal Church and has served parishes in the Diocese of Ft.Worth, TX. Teaches theology and history;

Serving since 2011

Kathy Mosher, Executive Assistant to the Headmaster & Office Manager;serving since 2001
Marion Patterson,  B.S., M.S. English, Liberty University;  Education, Pensacola Christian College; Grammar & Middle School Principal. Marion is responsible for day-to-day operations in the Grammar School and is the lead developer of the school’s plan to form its School of Dialectic (middle school).
Teaches English;
serving since 1997

Dayna Renalds, Director of Development, B.A., Liberty University, M.A., Communications, University of Tennessee;

serving since 2012


 Linda Simon, BS, Liberty University; Admissions Director, Director of Parent Relations;

serving since 2008

Gary Trittipoe, Facilities Manager B.S., Psychology, Cedarville University
serving since 2006