Meet Our Teachers
Founder & Teacher of Plutarch, Ancient History, Government, & Historical Literature
Amy holds a BS in Interdisciplinary Studies with a focus on education, social sciences, and religion from Liberty University. She focused on early childhood for ten years before moving into homeschooling. For the past 16 years, Amy has focused on homeschooling her children while in the past few years helping others to develop the best in their children’s potential. She currently is a mentor in the Alveary with CMI, hosts a local CM book club, runs a local homeschool library, is director of a local homeschool community outreach, teaches 5th grade Sunday school, and has run co-ops in the CM philosophy. Her goal is for every child to be able to have the life-giving education that Mason described teaching one child at a time.
Teacher of Spanish courses & Historical Literature
Sabrina holds a BS in Psychology and a Master’s in Education and Curriculum Development with a certificate in Elementary Education. In undergrad, she spent 4 summers studying abroad in both Spain and Italy. She has been homeschooling her children for 17 years and over the past 20 years has worked as a Curriculum Writer, an Academic Advisor for an international online school, and 10 years as a private tutor. She taught classes online for high school and middle school-aged students. In addition, she is a Certified Natural Living Educator, a business owner, and a published author. Her interests include reading, traveling, mastering languages, exercising, painting, listening to a large genre of music, and serving at her congregation.
Teacher of Poetry
Stacy is a lifelong pianist with a Music Education degree from Carson Newman College and currently hosts a small studio of piano students. She has been homeschooling her four children for 6 years using Charlotte Mason's philosophies through the Alveary’s curriculum. She enjoys learning more about her methods and practice in a weekly book club where they discuss CM's volumes. Stacy also is active in her church, teaching church school for elementary students. She and her family love hiking and camping in the mountains near their Virginia home. She is excited to help facilitate a class where students can spur each other on to greater thoughts and their best work.
Teacher of Composer Study
Christina has been singing and performing for as long as she can remember. She has a Master of Music in Voice from the Eastman School of Music and a Bachelor of Voice from Biola University, Summa Cum Laude. In the past, she performed in opera, musical theater, and as a recitalist in New York and the Los Angeles areas. Now she sings in church using an ancient form of music known as Byzantine chant. She is also a certified FEMM teacher. As a second-generation homeschooler, she spends her days raising four children ages 10, 6, 3, and a baby and has been using the Alveary from the start. Besides music, she loves nature, good books, kitchen adventures, and spending time with family and friends.