Mrs. Molly Frost has taught in classical Christian schools for 16 years, including at Veritas Academy (PA) and Oak Hill Christian in Reston. She has a B.A. in Latin from Franklin and Marshall College. She is known as a teacher of great enthusiasm and creativity. She will teach five Upper School Latin classes, 6th grade Latin, and lead the Latin Club. In addition to her Latin work, she is also an experienced ballet and gymnastics instructor.
Mrs. Nora Eldabaa is a native Egyptian. In 2005, God provided for her and her husband to immigrate to the U.S.A. She graduated from Helwan University in Cairo with a B.A. in Fine Arts with a specialization in sculpting. She worked as an Arabic instructor in Washington D.C. for few years and then worked for seven years as a Library Assistant Prince William County Public Library. This position allowed her to serve her community and begin working part-time at Ad Fontes as the Schole Club Coordinator for three years. Through her daughter’s experience at Ad Fontes, beginning in Kindergarten, she [...]
Ms. Rebecca Chenette is a graduate of Ad Fontes Academy and an experienced student of classical Christian education, having attended elementary school at Tall Oaks Classical and then at Ad Fontes from 7th to 12th grade. Her father was the head of both schools for a time, so she has grown up in the culture of classical Christian education from a young age. Ms. Chenette completed two degrees at George Mason University in Economics and Global Affairs with a concentration in Social Entrepreneurship and Global Poverty, as well as a minor in Latin. At AFA, she taught Fourth Grade Latin for [...]
Mrs. Rita Barillas graduated from Liberty University with a B.S. in English and a minor in Biblical Studies. She began her teaching career in El Salvador where she taught various grade levels in missionary schools for seven years. She has been teaching for 22 years in Christian and classical schools in Georgia and Virginia as a main classroom teacher as well as teaching Spanish, Latin, music, and language arts. She is currently working on her master's degree in classical Christian studies at New St. Andrews College.