Joseph Roberts was born and raised in Aguascalientes, Mexico to missionaries who helped start a Christian school and Christian bookstores. He graduated from New Saint Andrews College 2016 with a B.A. in Liberal Arts and Culture, and in 2017 with a M.A. in Theology and Letters. While in school, Joseph taught World History, Geography, and Chess, at a homeschool co-op for two years. Once graduated, Joseph has taught full-time for two years at Logos School in Moscow, Idaho, concentrating on subjects such as Old Testament Survey and Latin. His favorite subjects are History, Theology, and Literature.
Besides teaching, Joseph has helped coach cross-country and track. He plays a mean game of chess, enjoys backpacking and hiking in any weather, and loves cooking for family and friends. His favorite sports are running, soccer, and volleyball. Joseph speaks English, Spanish, and Latin, and can read Greek and Hebrew.
George Luke was born in New Jersey to Indian parents. He graduated from Vanderbilt University in 2015 with a B.S. in Child Studies, and from Bethlehem Seminary in 2018 with an M.A. in Biblical and Pastoral Studies. He is looking forward to marveling at God’s glory throughout the humanities, math, and science this year!
When he’s not teaching, he’s likely on an adventure with his lovely wife, Joelle, or trying to make his new baby laugh. He enjoys exercising, reading about politics or history, and writing about Christ and culture.
Tali West was homeschooled K-12th in a Classical Christian tradition. She continued her education in the Liberal Arts at New St. Andrews College, after which she earned an MFA in Writing at Pacific University. Miss West taught First Grade at Great Hearts Academy in Texas, where she had the opportunity to help develop their Nature Studies curriculum. She has a deep love for children’s literature, outdoor exploration, and continuing her own education by learning right alongside her students.
Joshua Roberts was born in Aguascalientes, Mexico; the fifth child of missionary parents. He graduated from New Saint Andrews College in 2019 with a B.A. in Liberal Arts & Culture, and in 2020 with a Certificate of Music. Joshua also completed his Kodály Certification at NSA's Conservatory of Music in 2019, and has served as assistant choir director for three years at Trinity Reformed Church in Moscow, Idaho. He is very excited to develop musical literacy in his students using the Kodály methodology.
Joshua loves making music with friends, and has even started a funk/soul band with some of them. Besides music, he is an avid lover of good food, language, and good storytelling.
Cheryl Mallory M.D. grew up in southern New Jersey as the oldest of 3 siblings in a solid Christian home. She accepted the LORD as her Savior at a young age. She attended Cedarville College (now Cedarville University) in Cedarville, Ohio receiving a BA degree with majors in Biology & Chemistry and minors in Bible & Flute. She completed medical school at Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA followed by a residency in Family Practice at a community hospital/clinic in New Jersey. She practiced inner city medicine for 3 years while serving as Faculty at the University of Medicine and Dentistry in Camden, NJ. She then journeyed west and has practiced in a variety of rural settings in Washington & Idaho before settling down in Lewiston, Idaho. Throughout her career, she has proctored many health care students through an affiliate faculty role with the University of Washington. She transitioned to part-time work when the LORD called her family to home school. Cheryl has a passion for teaching and has enjoyed sharing her knowledge with her own children as well as teaching co-op classes including Study Skills, World Geography & Cultures, Physical Science, Biology, Chemistry, and multiple elementary science courses. She delights in facilitating hands-on student discovery of the marvelous beauty and complexity in our Creator’s design and of how careful scientific study reveals evidence for creation, the catastrophic changes brought by the worldwide flood, and God’s sustaining power in all of creation. Cheryl also enjoys mentoring young people and women in their spiritual journeys as well as facilitating and participating in Bible studies. Cheryl cherishes time with her husband Kevin and their 3 children, Jessica, Jolynne, and Justin, enjoying activities including making music, hiking, camping, visiting historical sites, and attending cultural events.
Mrs. Lloyd assisted the board in founding LCCS and works with Round Table Advisory Network in providing instruction and training for Christian Schools.
Mr. Creason received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Idaho in Mechanical Engineering in 2006, graduating as a member of the Tau Beta Pi Honor Society. While attending law school at the University of Idaho, he participated as a member of the College of Law’s Mock Trial Team, and served as an associate member and then editor on the Idaho Law Review. During his tenure on the Idaho Law Review, Mr. Creason published an article discussing Idaho courts’ review process for local elected officials’ decisions, entitled Land Use and the Lost Promise of Cooper: What Happened to the “Judicial” in Quasi-Judicial Proceedings?, 44 Idaho L. Rev. 735 (2008).
Rusty is an elder at a local Lewiston church and has a passion for Christian Education. He was an administrator over Christian schools and has been a teacher of humanities.
Dr. Schrempp cares about Christian education and his wisdom on the Board of Trustees for LCCS is invaluable. Dr. Schrempp cares about the Lewis Clark valley and wants to see Christian education thrive.
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