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.
Matt is a pastor and has also taught high school for many years. He has a thirst for knowledge and a compassion for students.
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.
Heather works as a program developer in Christian schools. She has experience in school start ups, implementation of pedagogy, curriculum development and teacher training.