Mrs. Jina Zhang graduated from Alliance University with B.S. in Elementary Education with concentration in Math and Science. She received her M.A. in Biblical Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary. Prior to attending the seminary, she served on staff with Youth with a Mission for three years. When she got married, she stayed at home to homeschool her three children for 12 years. Prior to teaching at AFA, she taught 3rd grade for 4 years. She currently has a Professional Elementary Teacher certification through ACSI.
Mrs. Jamie Weaver-Denning graduated from Messiah College, with a B.A. degree in Family Studies. In addition, she received her M.Ed from Regent University. She taught seventh and eighth grades for three years in the public school system. Before teaching, she was a social worker for 10 years in Pennsylvania. She is married with three children, one at Ad Fontes. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, traveling, and spending time with her family. She is excited to share her love for learning and for the Lord with her students at AFA.
Dr. Timothy Prickett's academic degrees include a B.A. from John Brown University in Biblical Studies; a M.A. from Fuller Theological Seminary in Christian Formation and Discipleship; a Doctor of Ministry from Talbot School of Theology (BIOLA Univ.) in Leadership Development; and a Doctor of Education from Liberty University in Curriculum and Instruction. He has been a teacher at a Christian school in Victorville, CA for the last 18 years, also serving for 6 years as principal, as well as being a pastor. The school leaders in Victorville describe him as a phenomenal, engaging teacher, and a spiritual leader of the [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Mrs. Suzy Garcia is a teacher's aide and on-staff substitute serving in the Lower School. Before coming to Ad Fontes, she taught at a private school for two years, homeschooled three of her children for seven years and then worked as a federal government contractor for twenty years. She has been active in children ministries, Community Bible Study, and serves weekly at her church. Mrs. Garcia is married with five adult children. She enjoys traveling, vacationing with family, de-cluttering, and entertaining during the holidays.