I have been associated with Maranatha since the spring semester of 2015 when I was a college intern. This eventually led to being hired as an English teacher by fall 2016. The past three years of teaching at Maranatha has been, not only a blessing, but a privilege. What makes Maranatha stand out from other schools I have interacted with is the community of teachers that I get to work with every day. They have become my friends, my supporters, and my mentors. The way that the faculty interacts with students shows authentic, Christ-like care and love that continues faithfully day in and day out.
I have worked as a faculty member at Maranatha for eight years, and during that time I have worked as a math teacher, volleyball coach, softball coach, and currently as the Educational Technology Specialist. The best part about my job is the relationships that I have the opportunity to form with students and colleagues. I love helping students reach the "Aha I get it!" moment in math and seeing how God has gifted each and every one of our students. The friendships that I have formed with faculty are a daily blessing and it is an understatement to say that I LOVE coming to work here!
It is the policy and practice of Maranatha High School not to discriminate in the admission of students and/or hiring of employees on the basis of an individual’s race, color, ethnicity, national origin, marital status, disability, sex, or age.