Introduction to Psychology
Beth Gregory earned a BS in Education/minor in Psychology, and an MA in Fitness/Wellness Administration.
Beth began prepping students for the AP Psychology Exam in 2011 and has been teaching AP Psychology and High School Psychology since 2013. In addition, she was a teacher in both public and private schools and Pathway Christian Co-op. She homeschooled her 3 children from K-12 for 18 years and was a member of SALT and LIFE homeschool support groups.
As a Psychology instructor, she draws on her professional work experience as an educator and curriculum writer and as a hospital wellness and community health education administrator and instructor/counselor. In addition to developing and coordinating programs she provided lifestyle management instruction for groups and individual counseling in behavior change including exercise and fitness, weight management, stress management, etc.
In addition to teaching, Beth provides life coaching for students and young adults and she is the Class Administrator for Bible Study Fellowship International, Lake Norman. She has served as Chairperson for the Cornelius Library Endowment Committee and served on The Parents Council of Queens University of Charlotte. She enjoys daily fitness and exercise, knitting, reading/researching psychology and sociology related topics and the joy of re-organizing and decluttering her home and for others.
Economics and Government
Clay Broussard has a BA in Economics from the University of Texas and a MA in Religious Studies from Southern Evangelical Seminary in Charlotte, NC.
He has spent over 25 years in the professional world as a sales and operations leader in the IT Services Industry. He is currently in the position of Supply Chain Executive at DXC Technology, a $15B USD global services company and has travelled extensively with his job.
He is passionate about Freedom, Education, Christianity, History, Economics and Politics and has taken an active role in teaching his own children as well as others. Mr. Broussard has eight (ages 8-24) children and one grandchild (more coming soon!) with his beloved wife of 25+ years, Stacy. He loves sports and coaching and developing teamwork and confidence through athletics.
He has served as a pastor, elder and men’s ministry leader in various churches as well as taught numerous small group Bible studies and lay-seminary classes in a large church setting. He currently attends Northstar Community Fellowship in Charlotte. While living in North Carolina for 21 years (14 in Raleigh), and falling in love with the state he now calls home, he is and forever will be, a Texan!
World Literature and Composition
Sara Rhew is a veteran teacher with an extensive track record of successfully educating students of all ages spanning twenty five years; fifteen years of that time has been spent instructing in homeschool co-ops exclusively. She is passionate about teaching both writing and literature and loves to help students learn to express themselves through writing. Sara’s goal is to combine her range of experience and her enthusiasm for literature and writing with her passion for equipping each individual student to step forward in the plan God has for their life. She is thrilled to see how her student’s writing can grow and blossom over time. Prior to teaching in the homeschool community, she earned a B.A. in Management from UNC-Chapel Hill and instructed for many years within the medical industry, specifically cardiology.
In addition to teaching, Sara serves on the Pathway High School Leadership Team. She is dedicated to helping students prepare for college-level work and often mentors students and parents on curriculum, transcripts, and dual enrollment. A native North Carolinian, Sara grew up in the Asheville area. She and her husband Lance have four children (ages 11-22). Her family is blessed to attend Christ Community Mooresville. Sara enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading, politics, flower gardening, holistic health and nutrition and classic movies.
World Literature and Composition
Jill Graham has seventeen years of teaching experience in public, private, and home school settings. She is thrilled to have joined Pathways this past year with her children Wesley (6th) and Julie (2nd). She has a degree in Secondary English Education from UNC Chapel Hill and a Master’s degree in Religion from Southern Evangelical Seminary. Her past teaching experience includes teaching 6th-12th grade English, with a focus on World Literature and preparing students for the 10th grade state writing test. She also loves to teach theater and apologetics/Bible and integrates both into English class!
Biology and Chemistry
A lifelong interest in learning led my husband and I to homeschooling. It has been a pleasure to be personally involved in molding the individual strengths and personalities each of our children were given to prepare them to serve God’s purpose. We have four successful homeschool graduates.
I have been actively involved in the homeschool community since 1995. I served as Director of a support group (GRACE) for 13 years and Director of the area association (CHEA) for 8 years. These opportunities allowed me to interact with many fellow homeschoolers, both those seasoned in the journey as well as those just starting out. We have all enjoyed learning from and supporting each other. I have also been able to share my strong interest in science with the community since 2007, beginning with Chemistry classes. I’ve taught science classes in a variety of locations since: at the Teen Learning Center, out of my home, and at area coops and enrichment facilities. I look forward each year to helping my students see that science is fascinating, fun and understandable.
Levels 1, 2 and 3
I was born in the historic city of Querétaro, in the Country of México, on December 25 th into a family of educators who instilled in me the love of learning and teaching. At age 11 I arrived in Charleston, NC where I was home-schooled by my mother in Spanish and at the same time attended an American School; as a result, I began to build my bilingual path. Eventually, we moved to the Charlotte area where I graduated High School a year early and worked as a translator/interpreter for several years before marrying my husband, Matt, and becoming a stay-at-home mom to my wonderful children, Breanna and Brandon. I take advantage of my personal experience in order to implement my teaching methods.
In addition to this, after gaining priceless experience by teaching the Spanish Language in a North Carolina public school, I became certified by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. I have successfully completed College-Level Spanish I, II, III, and IV and continue attending College. I am currently working as a Spanish Immersion Instructor/tutor to a wide array of learners ranging from preschoolers to adults. I enjoy art, painting, sewing, cooking, baking, reading, writing, and teaching. At the heart of everything that I do is my passion for education and my commitment to my students’ success. This will be my fifth-year teaching High School Spanish at Pathway. I am truly grateful and elated to be part of the Pathway Christian Co-op’s team, and to share my knowledge of the Spanish Language and Culture with the students!
Foundations in Personal Finance - Dave Ramsey
Stephanie Flannery has fifteen years of teaching experience, working with students of all ages. She has a passion for teaching and investing in the lives of her students. She loves to laugh and believes learning should be fun and prides herself on the fact that her students look forward to class each week.
Her family has attended Pathway, where she has taught for seven years. She previously served on Pathway’s lower school leadership for four years. Three of her children, Matthew (Senior), Ethan (Senior), and Abbey (Sophomore) attend Pathway. Her oldest son, Kyle, is a Senior at Liberty University. Stephanie has a B.S. in Business Administration from UNC-Charlotte and worked in the mortgage industry for five years prior to having a family.
Stephanie highly recommends that ALL high school students take Dave Ramsey’s Personal Finance course. The information learned is invaluable to becoming a successful steward over all that God has blessed us with. “Stewardship is managing God’s blessings God’s ways for God’s glory. See, the Bible tells us in Psalm 24:1 that He owns it all: “The earth is the Lord’s and the fullness thereof” (KJV).” – Dave Ramsey
Introduction to Computer Systems
I earned a BS in Sociology with a minor in Psychology from Iowa State University and an MA in Religion from Southern Evangelical Seminary. My career in IT began with my graduate studies at Southern Evangelical Seminary back in 2003. I worked full time doing IT during the day and went to seminary at night. My passion was for ancient and medieval philosophy and I originally intended to pursue Ph.D. work and teach medieval philosophy. However, over time I found that a career in IT was both interesting and far more capable of assuring financial stability for my family.
To date, I have done IT work for K12, higher education, the financial industry, and for Microsoft. My current role at Vanguard enables me to work on IT infrastructure during the day and still pursue other interests at night and on weekends.
Outside of work, I like to read books and articles on theology, philosophy, psychology, anthropology, history, science, and technology. I am blessed to be able to leverage this learning through my involvement with apologetics ministries. My wife and I have spent many evenings delivering talks to and engaging in discussions with college students at Winthrop University, UNCC, and Colorado State University. We have also been speakers at the National Apologetics conference in Charlotte, NC and were involved with the evangelical ministry of Southern Evangelical Seminary called TEAMS.