Mrs. Michelle Cherry
Pre-Kindergarten Instructor

B.B.A., Marketing, Boise State University 1991; B.A., Elementary Education, Boise State University 1999

Although my professional career started in the corporate world, I soon discovered that my true passion was teaching children. I then decided to pursue a degree in Elementary Education to realize that dream. Throughout my educational career, I have been blessed to teach first through fourth grades as well as several other educational roles in the Boise School District.

After staying home to raise children and homeschooling my daughter in 2015, my husband Darrel and I began researching Christian schools in the area. Once we visited Ambrose, we knew it was a perfect fit for our family. We loved the Classical Christian curriculum and were amazed at the school, staff, and community.

I feel so blessed to be part of the children’s lives and feel a classroom should be filled with love, laughter, and a respect for one another. I believe there is an innate drive in all of us to explore and learn. My job as a teacher is to guide that passion for knowledge in a Christ centered, positive, and productive manner. I love teaching and feel so thankful to be able to teach at a school where I can pray with my students and share God’s Word on a daily basis.

As a family, we love to travel, play sports, and enjoy the outdoors. My daughter Audrey keeps us quite busy outside of school with all her extracurricular activities such as ballet and basketball.

Church Affiliation: Eagle Christian

Mrs. Amy Kusin
Kindergarten Instructor

I studied Elementary Education at Boise State University, and have over ten years experience working with young children.

Ambrose is a wonderful school that teaches students a love of learning, a Godly world perspective and moral character. It is the place that my husband and I have chosen for our three children and I count it a privilege to teach here. It is a blessing to invest into the lives of these young students and see them grow in their abilities. It is my hope that the students will gain the foundation needed to become life time learners and believers in Christ.

I feel it is important to have a love for learning if you are going to teach. I seek to grow in my understanding of classical Christian education and, more importantly, in my Christian faith. I am married to a wonderful godly man and have three gifted children. I feel blessed to be surrounded by God’s creation and take advantage of activities like hiking, biking and camping. I also love being creative through painting, refinishing furniture, and repurposing items.

Church Affiliation: Vineyard Christian Fellowship

Mrs. Oksana Fedorchuk
Kindergarten Instructor

I have been in children’s ministry for nearly 20 years. I love working with young children and helping them discover their God given talents and abilities. I choose to teach at the Classical Christian school because every subject here encourages students to honor the Lord and to love His standards.

My husband Paul and I have four children.

Church Affiliation: Meridian Assembly of God

Mrs. Jennifer Link
Half-Day Kindergarten Instructor

B.A., Education, Southwest Baptist University, 2000.

I began my career at Rockford Christian Elementary School in Illinois teaching 2nd grade for several years. After moving to the Treasure Valley in 2015, my husband and I stumbled upon The Ambrose School and were immediately captivated by the classical Christian model of learning. I started regularly working at Ambrose as a substitute teacher and later had the joy of teaching 3rd grade. I am honored and delighted to be back “home” at Ambrose and teaching Kindergarten.

My husband and I have four children who all attend The Ambrose School and we have been able to see firsthand the incredible benefits of a classical education, one that daily encourages and strengthens the minds and faith of its students, as well as regularly inspiring lively conversations around the dinner table. I love forming relationships with my precious students while continually pointing them to the Lord and His Word. It is an immense gift to spend each day loving and training little hearts to seek the good, true, and beautiful.

My husband Jon and I have three teenage sons, a darling daughter, and one very affectionate dog. We are incredibly thankful that the Lord brought us to beautiful Idaho and we feel blessed to be a part of the Ambrose family.

Church Affiliation: Redeemer Church

Mrs. Kari King
1st Grade Instructor

B.A. in History, University of California, Santa Barbara Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, California State University, Northridge at Channel Islands

I taught kindergarten and first grade in the Pleasant Valley School District, Camarillo, CA before moving to Idaho. I began substitute teaching at The Ambrose School in 2015 and I taught full day kindergarten as a long term substitute teacher for three quarters of the 2016-2017 school year.

I have loved working and volunteering with young students throughout my life. Teaching brings me great joy and I feel blessed and honored to be able to serve the families of The Ambrose School. Our three children have attended Ambrose since kindergarten. As we have watched them grow and mature, we have become increasingly convinced of the mission of Classical Christian Education. It is my desire to help guide students as they develop their love of God and a love of learning. I believe that young children thrive in a classroom that is warm and loving, yet consistent, with established routines that build responsibility and independence. I consider it a great privilege to assist students in becoming strong readers, discovering the excitement and adventure that can be found in wonderful literature. I love to learn and share the wonder and beauty of God’s world through history, science and math!

My husband, Toby, and I were married in 1998. We moved to Idaho in 2005 and love living in the Treasure Valley. Our children were born in Boise in 2006, 2008 and 2010. In my leisure time, I enjoy writing, knitting, cooking and especially reading! Our family loves camping, hiking and traveling to visit loved ones.

Church Affiliation: Faith Community Bible Church

Mrs. Angella Tiffany
1st Grade Instructor

BA in Elementary Education K-8; University of West Florida

After graduating from the University of West Florida in 2000, I began my teaching career in Florida, but due to my husband’s military career, we were quickly relocated to New Mexico. While in Albuquerque I taught 1st, 3rd, and 4th grade. I also received an ESL endorsement while teaching in New Mexico. 

After following my husband around with his military career, we settled back in the Treasure Valley where we were both born and raised. I then taught in public school for a couple of years in the West Ada School District before taking time off to raise our children. 

My husband and I have been married for 26 years and have three beautiful daughters. After putting our oldest through several public education facilities we found the Ambrose School and were quickly amazed by classical education and enrolled our youngest two. Watching our two youngest children grow in both their spiritual walk with the Lord and their overall love of education encouraged me to return to the classroom. Teaching and helping children love their Heavenly Father brings me more joy than I could have ever imagined. 

In my free time I enjoy all things sports and outdoors, reading amazing books of all genres, eating amazing food, and spending time with family and friends. 

Mrs. Jennie Wilford
2nd Grade Instructor

MA Education – Reading, Boise State 2010
Processing and Cognitive Enhancement certification (PACE), 2010
BA English, San Jose State 1997

I came to know about classical Christian education when my oldest daughter was going into Kindergarten. We found what was then known as Foundations Academy and realized that was the kind of education we wanted for our children – a Christian worldview, a love for Christ and a deeper relationship with him, the study of the Bible and the Great Books, and the reaching for truth, goodness and beauty through Christ.

I want to faithfully love these children that you parents have put into our trust. My goal is to daily present the truth of the Gospel, and to teach the 2nd graders how to know that they are God’s creation, and that He has a plan and a purpose for their lives. Prayer and worship every morning are an important part of our daily liturgy. We have a joyful classroom as we learn each day about God and this world He created!

My husband John and I have lived in the Treasure Valley for 31 years, been married for 33 years and have four children that attended K-12 at Ambrose. We are enjoying our semi-empty nest and love taking our lab to the park and for walks, as well as reading, gardening, and date nights.

Church affiliation – All Saints Presbyterian Church

Mrs. Jamie Langin
2nd Grade Instructor

B.S., Nutritional Science, 1999, Seattle Pacific University.

I have taught using the classical Christian method in some capacity for the past 15 years. I fell in love with The Ambrose School when we moved to Idaho from Kentucky in 2015 and began subbing everything from kindergarten to 12th grade. I have taught kindergarten at the Ambrose School Bridge Program for the past two years. I am so excited to be teaching 2nd grade this year! I believe classical Christian education challenges and prepares students mentally and spiritually. Every subject is rooted in the Word of God. I l consider it a privilege to come alongside parents in teaching/training their children. It is my desire that my students enjoy learning and to learn to love Christ more every year.

I have been married to my husband, Raoul, for 21 years and we have four children – a daughter who graduated from Ambrose in 2018, a daughter who is a senior, a son who is a sophomore, and a son in 6th grade – all at Ambrose. If you see me running around the field after school hours, it is because I am coaching the High School Cross Country team this fall – GO ARCHERS! In my free time I enjoy running, hiking, and biking all around God’s beautiful creation.

Church Affiliation: Calvary Chapel Boise


Mrs. Breanna Wynkoop
3rd Grade Instructor

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Ms. Anna Rickel
3rd Grade Instructor

B.A. Liberal Arts and Culture, New Saint Andrews College

Throughout college, I had heard of the Ambrose School and have been impressed with the reputation of excellence that it has.

While my education has always been Christian, it has not always been classical. It was not until high school that I was introduced to the classical method. I have always enjoyed learning and see it as a tool to more fully understand and love God and engage with the world He has given us. Classical Christian education gives you the tools to do that. 

After graduating high school, I attended New Saint Andrews College in Moscow, Idaho. While there, I was encouraged by their goal to graduate leaders who could shape culture while living faithfully under the Lordship of Jesus Christ. It was because of these things that I chose to attend a classical Christian college, and why I have chosen to teach in classical Christian schools. I want to instill in my students a love for knowledge while growing closer to and more fully understanding their Creator. 

For the past two years, I have taught 3rd grade at an ACCS school in Kailua, HI. While I thoroughly enjoyed my time there, I’m looking forward to moving back to the Northwest to be closer to family and closer to the Rockies. In my spare time, I love to read, paint, cook, play the piano, snorkel, camp, or hike. 

Church Affiliation: Trinity Reformed Church

Lauren Vogt

Mrs. Laurie Vogt
4th Grade Instructor

BS in Elementary Education from Martin Luther College (New Ulm, MN) 2004; BA in German from UW-Milwaukee (Milwaukee, WI) 2005.

Having grown up with my own mom as a teacher (she was my second grade teacher!), I always knew that I also wanted to teach. That dream came true after attending Martin Luther College and UW-Milwaukee. After growing up in rural Wisconsin, my first teaching position in Mission Viejo, CA was quite the change for me, but I was always up for an adventure! 

While teaching 1st-4th grades (all in one classroom!), I was introduced to the man I would marry, Michael. We were married in 2007, and now have three children: Elizabeth, Abigail, and Carl, who all attend the Locust Grove campus.

When our children first started school, we were living in Wisconsin and we sent them to a local Lutheran school. We had no complaints about that school, but also kept having a nagging feeling that there must be something better out there. God led us to find a nearby Classical Lutheran school, and once we went classical, we’ve never looked back.

We moved to Idaho in the summer of 2020, and I began teaching at the Bridge Campus that fall. After three wonderful years of teaching sixth grade there, I’m now happily teaching fourth grade at Locust Grove. God has richly blessed us here through our Ambrose family and our church family. We look forward to many more years as part of this amazing community!

When I’m not busy with schoolwork, or chauffeuring my children to and from lessons, practices, and friends’ houses, my favorite way to relax is to crochet. 

Church Membership: Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

Kendall Stuart

Ms. Kendall Stuart
4th Grade Instructor

B.A., English, minors in History and Theology, George Fox University

I am so excited to rejoin the Ambrose community, this time as a teacher! I was a student at Ambrose, and my education at this school has been a huge blessing and a large part of who I am today. My education formed my whole person. Not only was my mind shaped through the texts we read and the great thinkers we engaged with, but so were my loves. My teachers inspired curiosity in the topics we studied and gave us thoughtful consideration of ideas to discern the truth. They exposed me to good and beautiful things, as well as challenged me to find truth in challenging texts and ideas. In doing so, I grew to delight in the things God delights in. My teachers modeled how to be a lifelong learner—and, more importantly, a dedicated disciple of Jesus. I hope to do the same for my students.

Once I finished my undergraduate education, I wanted to get back involved with classical education and dive deeper into the educational model that was so influential in my impressionable years. My undergraduate studies made me realize how much I missed the classical model in my studies post-Ambrose. Thus I was convinced that a classical Christian education is the best form. Upon graduating, I sought further instruction in classical education, and I am currently working on my MAT in Classical Education from Templeton Honors College at Eastern University.

I just moved back to Idaho from Oregon, and I am so glad to be back in Boise. I look forward to spending time with my family and friends, hiking in the foothills, and skiing in the mountains. I also love reading a good book and drinking a great cup of coffee.

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Mr. Joshua Miller
5th Grade Instructor

Born in Dallas, TX, I grew up in the Czech Republic and attended a Montessori school for my primary years of education. My family moved to Minnesota in time for my ninth-grade year at the local public high school. As my high school career came to a close, I chose to enroll at Hope College in Holland, MI and began to pursue my undergraduate degree in Business and French. 

During my college years, I became disenchanted with the prevalent educational framework. That quickly led to an increasing interest in alternative educational models; this primarily grew from the four months I spent in Oregon at a unique and immersive educational program called the Oregon Extension. Upon graduation, I moved to Chicago but when an opportunity to get back to the West and teach within Ambrose’s classical curriculum presented itself, I could not help but pursue it with excitement.

I am looking forward to teaching and developing relationships with a group of young learners. I also hope to make the most of my own opportunity to continue to learn, albeit from the other side of the desk at the front of the classroom.

I am excited to be in Boise and look forward to time with family, biking, camping, skiing, and hopefully an introduction to fly fishing. During my days, I find a good deal of enjoyment in long books, playing or watching most any sport, eclectic live music, large mugs of tea, preparing meals, and learning new skills.

Mrs. Judith Braun-Davis
5th Grade Instructor

LL.M. Law, New York University, New York, LL.B. Law Hons. (Dunelm), Durham University, U.K., admitted to practice law in New York State (retired).

I began working at The Ambrose School in 2015 shepherding the hearts of children during recess. It is my joy to play a part in building God’s Kingdom in a community of like-minded believers. I especially love to showcase the beauty of God’s creation through the seasons, share the truth of His Word and exhort the children to love Him and each other, as we all grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ together. Before joining the staff, I was gratefully able to be a stay-at-home mother for almost nine years, volunteering at the school in the early years of my children’s education. Prior to that I worked as an attorney and compliance specialist in New York City, New York. My formative years were spent in Europe in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

My husband and I moved to Idaho with our two children in 2009. Both our children have been enrolled at The Ambrose School since Kindergarten. As a family we make the most of all Idaho has to offer from camping, white-water rafting to snow sports. When I am not at school I am busy at home taking care of my family and trying to get to the bottom of the leaning tower of books on my bedside table.

Church Affiliation: True Hope Church

Mr. Brian Tromburg
6th Grade Instructor

B.A., Biblical and Theological Studies, Biola University, 2012. I have been at The Ambrose School since 2014, teaching Greek I & II in the Upper School, 4th grade, and 6th grade.

I chose to teach at The Ambrose School because here, Christ can be rightly exalted as the preeminent One over all creation as students learn about everything from literature to the sciences to languages. Until I had been introduced to Ambrose, I wasn’t aware of K-12 classical Christian education. But as I have seen it in action, I am astounded by how God uses it to grow a student in character, discipleship, wisdom, and mastery of skills and knowledge. I love seeing students grow–whether in character, discipleship, wisdom, or knowledge– this growth is God’s redemption in progress, what a blessing!

My hope is that my students learn the knowledge and skills taught in 6th grade, but more importantly, I hope through the subjects, the rigor, and the homework, my students learn to love Christ more and more. I hope they grow in understanding of our Creator and this world He has made. I hope they learn to love the things God loves.

I am married to Natalie. We met at Biola University in California. I am a Boise native. In my spare time, I like to ride my bike, run, camp, and whitewater raft. I love simply hanging out with my wife, and my family.

Church Affiliation: The King’s Congregation

Ms. Savannah Stame
6th Grade Instructor

B.A., Liberal Arts, minor in Music and Global Cultural Studies, Concordia University Irvine.

My introduction to classical Christian education began when my mom homeschooled my siblings and me from first through eighth grade, and inspired in me a love of Christ and a hunger for wisdom and knowledge. I attended Christian high school and continued to pursue Christian education through my time at Concordia University Irvine. There I was introduced to the interdisciplinary nature of education, and I began to see connections in all of my courses. Christ is the common thread tying together the wonders of science, the order of mathematics, the stories of history, and the virtues of literature. When students are able to make connections between all of these subjects, they better understand how God is present in all aspects of study and rest. I seek to inspire a love of the good, true, and beautiful in my students, as well as to spark creativity and a deep-rooted desire to dive deeper into scripture. It will be my honor and joy to share God’s love through stories that have shaped our faith throughout history. Above all, I will pray for my students to grow in love, wisdom, knowledge, joy, and discernment. I am beyond excited to be a part of the warm and soul-nourishing community of The Ambrose School.

In my free time, I enjoy laughing with dear friends and family, traveling whenever and wherever I get the chance, and reading everything I can get my hands on. My other hobbies include cooking for the people I love, capturing beauty through photography or any other artistic medium, and making a joyful noise to the Lord at my church.

Church Affiliation: Good Shepherd Lutheran


Ms. Emily Littlejohn
Upper School Latin

I have experienced the gift of classical education firsthand and am blessed to be able to share it with my students. During my K-12 years, I was educated at home and at a classical Christian school, where I was first introduced to Latin. I then attended college at New Saint Andrews, where I loved diving into the works of Virgil, Phaedrus, Apuleius, St. Jerome, and more. For the past two years, I have had the opportunity to share my love for the language at a classical Christian school in Oahu, but I’m an Idahoan at heart and missed the pine trees and the winters. I am excited to be returning to the Northwest and joining the Ambrose community!

In my free time, I enjoy hiking, skiing, and spending time with my family and friends.

Mrs. LeAnn Schiebout
5th and 6th Grade Art
Upper School Art

B.A., English, ASU West; ESL Tutor, Glendale Community College; Substitute Teacher, Ambrose, 2014-2015; 4 years of Art in high school; self-taught artist.

We discovered Ambrose through Bill Stutzman when we were looking to enroll our oldest child in kindergarten. We realized that classical education wove Christ into the lives and conversations of its students in a organic, loving way. We have been impressed by how well the classical model dovetails with the development of children and engages the whole person: Heart, soul, mind and strength. I am heartened by what our children are memorizing and able to apply to their walk with the LORD.

I love knowing that each time I meet with my students I can share my love for God and the joy He has given us, enabling us to reflect His glory through Art.

I pray that my students learn to love God better through studying the gift of beauty. He is the Master Artist. I desire that they learn a deeper gratitude to the God who made us and gave us a world full of so much beauty. I want to help them slow down and appreciate the detail that He designed for His glory and our pleasure.

I am a wife to my best friend Mark Schiebout, mother of 3 children whom I love fiercely, friend, artist, and servant to the King.

Church Affiliation: United Reformed Church, Nampa

Mrs. Julia Kapsoff
Music Department Chair

M.M., Music Education, Boston University; BMUS, Voice Performance, University of British Columbia

I began teaching music at The Ambrose School in 2013 but my musical journey began at age three through violin lessons. Over the past 20 years, I have taught violin, voice, and piano privately, and have been involved with church music in various capacities. Before joining The Ambrose School faculty, I developed curriculum and taught Music Education, Physical Education and Computer Technology in a Christian school setting. Since arriving at Ambrose, I have immensely enjoyed the wide and varied role of teaching in both the grammar and high schools.

I value education that encourages one’s best effort, that demonstrates how to think critically and debate, which embraces challenge, which pursues possibilities that lie beyond what is readily apparent, and that searches for God’s fingerprint in all places. Although I am still discovering how deeply music fits within the classical Christian view, I believe that a classical Christian education provides the best framework to pursue life-long learning goals as well as spiritual growth and stability in a secular environment.

I moved to Idaho in 2007 with my husband, Dan, and two children, Sasha and Devon. Both attend The Ambrose School. We love to travel, and I enjoy sports, especially hockey.

Mrs. Kathy Shaner
Grammar School Latin & Art

B.A., Liberal Studies, CSU Chico, 1987. Continuing education, including training in Classical methodology. I have taught in California public schools, Dept. of Defense schools in Europe, and private Christian schools since 1989; I started at the Ambrose School in 2007 and can honestly say this is the most dynamic, exciting place I’ve ever worked!

My introduction to Classical Christian education came through family whose daughter attended Ambrose; I saw immediately that this model of education reaches deep inside students, nurturing and stimulating much more than just their minds. Our students attain astounding levels of spiritual, intellectual, social, and physical growth through their interaction with centuries of great ideas. They learn to think honestly and with great skill and confidence, and they are uniquely prepared to make an impact on the people around them for the cause of Christ.

I am honored to be part of the work that God is doing at Ambrose.

My husband and I moved to Boise in 2006, and we love our beautiful surroundings— the four seasons, the abundant sunshine, the variety of outdoor activities available, the friendly people, and so much more. We can’t think of a better place to be!

Mrs. Cheryl Thomson
K-2nd Grade Music

I have been involved in elementary education since 2006 teaching in Christian schools as well as public schools, with my most recent teaching in the 3rd and 4th grades. I have a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies for grades K-8 from Western Governors University. I studied music at Grand Canyon University with an emphasis in voice and piano. From 2013-2020, I had the privilege of helping lead a 1st-5th grade violin and cello program at Southwood Elementary School in Enumclaw, Washington.

My husband and I have three wonderful children. We have spent most of our time together in Washington State. In 2020, we moved to the Meridian area to be closer to our now adult children. We absolutely love the outdoors and love the abundance of sunshine in this beautiful state of Idaho.

It is such a joy to share the love of music with the K-2 students here at Ambrose! Being able to spread the love of Jesus and give glory to His name through music and teaching is such an honor.

Church Affiliation: Calvary Chapel Meridian

Mrs. Kristie White
Recess Supervisor

After spending the bulk of my professional career in healthcare with varied roles across diverse care settings, I’m now blessed to serve our incredible Ambrose community, and absolutely love it! Outside of my work here at the school, my husband and I serve as Outreach Pastors on the ministry team at Crossroad Fellowship in Eagle.

My heart is to be a blessing, and for the same reasons we chose a classical Christian education for our own children, I pray every day that God grant me wisdom and grace to encourage each of the Ambrose students to develop a strong foundation in their faith, so they may stand on it as adults, know what they believe, and proclaim the truth and beauty of God’s word.

My husband, Travis, and I have enjoyed a lifelong friendship with many shared memories along the way. We first met as 9 and 10-year old children ourselves…a long time ago.

We now have two beautiful children here at The Ambrose School, Isabella and Graeson. Family time usually consists of riding bikes, traveling, and spending time making memories together living, loving, and finding every laugh we can along the way!

Church Affiliation: Crossroad Fellowship, Eagle

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Mrs. Morgan Turner
Physical Education Instructor

Coming soon

Mrs. Joyce Alexander
Kindergarten Art

I have been teaching Kindergarten Art at The Ambrose School since 2020. I consider it a great privilege to enter these kindergarten classrooms and spend time instructing my favorite age group in my favorite subject. I am continually amazed at the ability of these small children to grasp new concepts, try unfamiliar techniques, and work with JOY and obedience to create a beautiful piece of artwork. I love that at The Ambrose School even kindergarten art presents an opportunity to not only learn about the important elements of art, but also gives us the freedom to use those elements and our God-given creativity to worship our Lord.

My husband and I have been married since 2006 and we live in Boise with our three children. Our two oldest have attended Ambrose from kindergarten on, and we look forward to our littlest one enrolling this fall. As parents, we have seen first hand the blessing that comes from having our children educated by the classical Christian approach. Their minds and their souls are truly being shaped by God’s truth, goodness and grace. The care and conviction that each teacher and administrator puts into stewarding students at the school is evident. We are so thankful to be a part of this community.

Marriage and motherhood have been such a rich experience and I am beyond grateful to have been given the gift of staying at home with all three of our kiddos. As a family we are fond of travel, books, being creative, and lingering over meals around our dinner table.

Church Affiliation: Christ the Redeemer Anglican


Mr. Jason Young

I received my degree in Music studying the cello. I moved to Idaho and started my own private teaching studio.

I am married to Hannah and we have two boys (Athanasius & Bjørn) and a newborn girl (Jubilee). I have enjoyed teaching music and performing in the Treasure Valley.

Church Affiliation: The Well

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Mrs. Katy Whitney
Yearbook Instructor

B.A., Design Studies, Arizona State University; MBA, Boise State University; M.P.M., Penn State University

I was introduced to Ambrose and classical Christian education through family members many years ago. Except for a few truly wonderful AP teachers in high school, much of my public school education could be distilled as memorizing and regurgitating. When I learned that there was a more thoughtful and Christ-centered way to educate children, I was eager to learn more and later to enroll my son. He has been attending for five years, and we are so grateful for the Ambrose community of families and educators.

Before working at Ambrose, I spent 11 years with a local software company as a manager of people and projects. I am excited to bring this experience to the yearbook class. Outside of teaching, my husband and I have been blessed with a small acreage and are working hard in our free time to establish a functioning micro-farm. 

Church Affiliation: Holy Trinity Anglican


Mr. Bray Wilkins

B. A., Vocal Performance, University of Idaho; Fellow of Vocal Arts, Music Academy of the West; Artist Certificate, Seattle Opera.

I have had the pleasure of singing professionally across the country in both operatic, and musical theater genres. I sang with the Metropolitan Opera chorus, was a three time Fellow at the Music Academy of the West, and a former Seattle Opera Young Artist.

I have been teaching privately over the last 18 years, and have taught a wide range of ages and vocal styles. I have also helped direct and coach drama productions, master classes, and acting classes around the country.

I previously taught at the Chamberlain Hunt Academy in Port Gibson (MS), the Geneva Conservatory of Music in New York City (NY), New Jersey City college in Jersey City (NJ), and most recently was the Choral Director of the Classical School of Wichita in Wichita (KS). I also music directed their school production of Annie! last fall, and had several students place in the state choral competition.

However, I count my greatest accomplishments as being the father of two wonderful children, and somehow convincing my beautiful wife to marry me.

Church Affiliation: The King’s Congregation