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Faculty and Staff Directory



Mr. John Angelle
Lower and Middle School Assistant Principal
Ms. Lorraine Arlotta
Preschool Teacher
Mr. John Arnold
High School Faculty
Ms. Marie Athaide
College Counselor and Upper School Campus Ministry
Mrs. Brittney Bailey
GOAL Coordinator • Business Associate
Mrs. Michelle Bertany
Interim Head of School
Mr. Paul Bogan
Middle School Faculty
Ms. Nancy Booker
Preschool Teacher Assistant
Mrs. Kavita Brahmbhatt
Lower School Resource • Preschool Teacher
Ms. Clare Braski
Lower School Faculty
Ms. Debora E. Brown
Director of Business and Finance
Mr. James (Will)Caddell
High School Math
Mrs. Nelida Ceron
Preschool Spanish
Mr. Vincent Ceyssens
High School Mathematics • Science • Interim IT Coordinator
Mrs. Erika Ceyssens
Human Resources Associate
Mr. Michael Chernick
High School Faculty
Mr. Thomas Cole
Upper School Assistant Principal for Academics • Dean of Humanities
Ms. Elisabeth Cox
Preschool Teacher Assistant
Mrs. Beth Daly
School Nurse
Ms. Paulina Faraj
High School Latin
Mr. Edward Festa
Senior Director of Advancement
Mrs. Karen Fickett
Librarian • Seton Center
Ms. Luz Forero
High School Spanish
Ms. Amanda Foutch
High School Science
Ms. Brooke Fowler
Lower School Faculty
Mr Thomas Gaines
High School Faculty
Mr. Glendon Genty
High School Faculty
Father Andrew Gronotte, LC
Lower and Middle School Chaplain
Mrs. Jennifer Gustainis
Lower School Faculty
Mrs. Rosa Haller
JCRC Director • Lower School Resource
Mr. Anthony Haskin
High School Faculty
Mrs. Judi Higgins
Admissions Associate
Mr. Steven Hobart
Lower and Middle School Physical Education
Mr. Robert Holdsworth
Athletics and Development Associate
Mr. Don Hoyer
Middle School Faculty
Ms. Mary Michael Hudgens
Lower School Faculty
Mrs. Maria Insalaca
Lower and Middle School Front Office Manager
Mr. Len Insalaca
Director of Fine Arts
Mr. Alexander Johnson
Middle School Front Office
Ms. Catie Johnson
Development Coordinator
Ms. Tracy Kendall
Lower School Faculty
Mr. Thomas Kieffer
Band Director
Mr. Anthony Koszalkowski
Middle School Faculty • School Safety Coordinator
Mrs. Emily Labbe
Director of Financial Aid • Registrar
Mr. David Labbe
High School English
Ms. Annie Lagomasino
Lower School Performing Arts - Drama and Music
Ms. Genevieve Leopold
Lower School Teacher's Assistant
Mrs. Karen Lewis
Lower School Resource
Ms. Erika Lindholm
Preschool Teacher
Mrs. Judith Macharia
Preschool Teacher Assistant
Mr. Brian Marks
Director of Admissions and Marketing
Deacon Bill McCarthy
Preschool Chaplain
Ms. Dawn Mess
Preschool Teacher Assistant
Ms. Lea Monroe
Preschool Teacher Assistant
Mr. James Morse
High School Art • High School Computer Science
Ms. Noemi Murillo
Upper School Front Office Manager
Ms. Caroline Nannis
High School Science
Mrs. Stephanie Nguyen
Lower School Art
Mrs. Tyra Nuar
Lower School Faculty
Mrs. Alanna Oliver
Lower School Teacher’s Assistant
Mrs. Claudia Ortiz Cruz
Preschool Teacher
Mr. Joel Peddle
Director of Curriculum
Mr. Michael Pflug
Lower and Middle School Band
Mr. Viet Pham
Lower School Faculty
Mr. Pete Radosta
Lower and Middle School Principal
Mrs. Ruth Sacco
Middle School Faculty
Mrs. Alison Stone
High School Art • Art Department Chair
Mr. James Stone
High School Faculty
Ms. Carrie Sturniolo
Middle and High School Choir Director
Mr. Alex Sullivan
Upper School Assistant Principal for Students
Ms. Katherine Tanko
Middle School Resource
Ms. Georgia Tate
Preschool Director
Mr. Paolo Troianello
Facilities Manager
Mrs. Sara Turmel
Middle School Faculty • Lower School STEM Support
Ms. Andrea Vargas
Student Success Coordinator
Mr. Michael Verlander
Middle School Dean of Academics • Middle School Faculty
Mr. Sam Walker
Soccer Director • Physical Education
Ms. Christine Wallace
Lower School Faculty
Mrs. Kristina Wilhelm
Director of Athletics
Mrs. Virginia Wilson
Lower School Teacher's Assistant
Mrs. Shauna Woods
Preschool Teacher
Mrs. Mary Zuniga
High School English
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Mr. John Angelle
Lower and Middle School Assistant Principal


Education:
Georgia Southern University, M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction, Accomplished Teaching;
University of Louisiana at Lafayette, B.A. in History

Theodore Roosevelt once said, “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.” In education, there is not a more fitting statement.

Ms. Lorraine Arlotta
Preschool Teacher


Education:
Pace University, Bachelors in Business Administration

"Gather the children in this wild country and teach them what they should know for salvation." - Our Lady of Good Help to Adele Brise, Champion, WI in 1859

Mr. John Arnold
High School Faculty


Education:
Hillsdale College, B.A. in Philosophy

T.S. Eliot once said, “Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.”

Ms. Marie Athaide
College Counselor and Upper School Campus Ministry


Education:

Mrs. Brittney Bailey
GOAL Coordinator • Business Associate


Education:
The University of Alabama, B.S. in Human Environmental Sciences

All your children will be taught by the Lord, and great will be their peace - Isaiah 54:13

Mrs. Michelle Bertany
Interim Head of School


Education:
Georgia State University, B.A. in Spanish and English Literature

My students constantly amaze me by how hard they work and the amount of time they put in to complete an assignment.

Mr. Paul Bogan
Middle School Faculty


Education:
Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Bachelor’s of Art in Philosophy
Franciscan University, Master’s of Art in Theology


“Education is simply the soul of a society as it passes from one generation to another.”
GK Chesterton on education.

Ms. Nancy Booker
Preschool Teacher Assistant


Education:

Mrs. Kavita Brahmbhatt
Lower School Resource • Preschool Teacher


Education:
The University of South Carolina - Upstate, B.A. in Child Development and Family Studies

Ms. Clare Braski
Lower School Faculty


Education:
University of Georgia, B.S. in Early Childhood Education

I have experienced so deeply the Father’s love for me in this call to be a teacher. Playing a role in the formation of young hearts and minds continuously forms me into the person I am created to be.

Ms. Debora E. Brown
Director of Business and Finance


Education:
SMC University, B.B.A.

In a society that is polarized and divided, it is wonderful to witness our students engaging each other with respect and understanding. 

Mr. James (Will)Caddell
High School Math


Education:
Berry College, B.S. in Mathematics and Philosophy

Mathematics is essential to a well-formed person. Plato recognized it when he wrote above his Academy ‘Let no one ignorant of geometry enter here,’ and all of education through now has recognized this fact. I intend to show students how mathematics fits into a well-formed person’s life and the wonder accompanying the study of God’s well-ordered Creation.

Mrs. Nelida Ceron
Preschool Spanish


Education:
National Polytechnic Institute, B.A. in Electronics and Communications

A successful Spanish student is one who knows not just colors, objects, and people but also how to pray, sing songs, and speak basic sentences in Spanish.

Mr. Vincent Ceyssens
High School Mathematics • Science • Interim IT Coordinator


Education:
Georgia Institute of Technology, B.S. in Electrical Engineering

I think Math and Science are fascinating, and I hope to foster this fascination in the students I teach.

Mrs. Erika Ceyssens
Human Resources Associate


Education:
Georgia Institute of Technology, B.S. in Business Administration

It is my deep desire to convey to students the rich beauty of a life in relationship with Christ.

Mr. Michael Chernick
High School Faculty


Education:

Mr. Thomas Cole
Upper School Assistant Principal for Academics • Dean of Humanities


Education:
Holy Spirit College, M.T.S.;
George Mason University, M.A. in History;
Christendom College, B.A. in History

Truth is convincing, goodness is eloquent, and beauty is compelling; I have the joy of presenting them as we find them in Jesus Christ and handed on by the Catholic Church.
 

Ms. Elisabeth Cox
Preschool Teacher Assistant


Education:

Mrs. Beth Daly
School Nurse


Education:
University of Pittsburgh, M.S.N - Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
Marshall University, B.S.N


Certified Registered Neonatal Nurse Practitioner

Being a mother and a nurse go hand-in-hand.  I love providing a clinic where children can receive a little TLC!

Mrs. Adriana Diaz de Acevedo
Facilities


Education:

Monsignor Edward J. Dillon J.C.D.
Rector


Education:
Catholic University of America, Doctor of Canon Law
Catholic University of America, Licentiate of Canon Law
Catholic University of America, Bachelor of Canon Law

Father Juan Pablo Duran, LC
Head Chaplain


Education:
Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum, B.Phil. (Bachelors in Philosophy)
Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum, B.Th. (Bachelors in Theology)
Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum, Ph. L. (Licentiate in Philosophy)
Augustine Institute, M.A. Theology (Master’s in Theology)

Ms. Paulina Faraj
High School Latin


Education:
Georgia Institute of Technology, M.S. in History and Sociology of Technology and Science
Georgia State University, B.A. in Anthropology;
Georgia State University, B.I.S. in Classical Studies

I teach Latin because I find great peace and beauty in structures, systems, and patterns.

Mr. Edward Festa
Senior Director of Advancement


Education:

Mrs. Karen Fickett
Librarian • Seton Center


Education:
Friends University, B.A. in English

Certifications and Endorsements:
Orton-Gillingham Associate Level Certification
Certificate in Catechist Formation and Pedagogy
Griffin RESA K-5th Grade Math Endorsement

Intellectual growth happens best when students are allowed to explore God's world through the lenses of the liberal arts, sciences, and Catholic teaching.

Ms. Luz Forero
High School Spanish


Education:
Universidad De San Buenaventura - Bogotá, Colombia, BBA Early-Childhood Educator
Universidad Nacional de Colombia - Bogotá, Colombia, Associate of Arts Basic Music Skills

Speak with honesty,  think with sincerity, and act with integrity.
“Actions speak louder than words. Let your words teach and your actions speak.”    San Antonio de Padua.

Ms. Amanda Foutch
High School Science


Education:
Georgia Institute of Technology, B.S. in Biomedical Engineering

I’ve always loved helping others discover new ideas and truths through education. What I love most about the sciences is their ability to help us discover truths about the universe that God created.  

Ms. Brooke Fowler
Lower School Faculty


Education:
Saint Mary's of Notre Dame College, B.A. in Religious Studies, Social Work minor

"Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations... teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you." Matthew 8:19-20

Mr Thomas Gaines
High School Faculty


Education:
Notre Dame Seminary, B.A. in Philosophy
Georgia Institute of Technology, B.S. in Business Administration, Finance


"Catholic education aims not only to communicate facts, but also to transmit a coherent, comprehensive vision of life." - St. John Paul II
My hope is to be able to inspire students in the pursuit of truth, the fullness of which lies in Christ Himself.

Mr. Glendon Genty
High School Faculty


Education:

Father Andrew Gronotte, LC
Lower and Middle School Chaplain


Education:
Cheshire College of Humanities with the Legion of Christ, Associates Degree in Liberal Arts
Regina Apostolorum, BPhil
Regina Apostolorum, MPhil
Regina Apostolorum, BTheol

“One thing I ask of the Lord, that will I seek after, that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life” Ps 27:4

Mrs. Jennifer Gustainis
Lower School Faculty


Education:
The Georgia Institute of Technology, B.S. in Business Administration
Minor French
Concentration in Human Resources

"All the darkness in the world cannot extinguish the light of a single candle." St. Francis of Assisi

Mrs. Rosa Haller
JCRC Director • Lower School Resource


Education:
Brenau University, M. Ed. in Early Childhood Education
Georgia State University, B.A. in Art Education

It is my hope to identify student struggles in reading and writing and to encourage them to strive to fulfill their academic potential.  

My deep desire is to inspire in my students a love of reading and learning.  Within the pages of great books and fairy tales, we find friendship, truth, beauty, goodness, and hope.

Most importantly, reading allows children to discover and love God more intimately through the Living Word, who desires so much to be known.  

"To learn to read is to light a fire; every syllable that is spelled out is a spark."  Victor Hugo

Mr. Anthony Haskin
High School Faculty


Education:
Georgia Institute of Technology, B.S. in History, Technology and Society
Notre Dame Seminary and Graduate School of Theology, M.A. in Philosophy


“The first subject students learn is the teacher. Teachers offer themselves for imitation. This is the essence of what people call teaching.” -St. Augustine, De Musica 1.6

Mrs. Judi Higgins
Admissions Associate


Education:

When a student is uncertain about life, school, or their future, I always tell them that God has a plan and it is in His time.  

Mr. Steven Hobart
Lower and Middle School Physical Education


Education:

Mr. Robert Holdsworth
Athletics and Development Associate


Education:
Boston University, B.S. in Marketing
Seton Hall University, MBA Program

Mr. Don Hoyer
Middle School Faculty


Education:
West Virginia State University, B.A. in History

My goal as a History teacher at Holy Spirit Prep is to guide students as they develop their reading, writing and critical thinking skills, broaden their appreciation of the art, culture, philosophy, and literature that has formed our modern world, and recognize God's Providence at work through the course of History so that students confidently embrace their role in the world bolstered by the rich tradition of our Faith.

Ms. Mary Michael Hudgens
Lower School Faculty


Education:
University of Dallas, B.A. in Human and Social Sciences

My goal for each of my students is that they understand their value as daughters and sons of God and that we grow in virtue and holiness together throughout this year!

Mrs. Maria Insalaca
Lower and Middle School Front Office Manager


Education:

Mr. Len Insalaca
Director of Fine Arts


Education:
University of Florida, B.M. in Music Education
Florida State University, M.M.E (Music Education)

Academics enrich the mind, athletics strengthen the body, but the arts nourish the soul.  When we die our soul is all we will take with us to heaven.  Therefore the arts are eternal.

Mr. Alexander Johnson
Middle School Front Office


Education:

Ms. Catie Johnson
Development Coordinator


Education:
Auburn University, B.S. in Marketing with a Minor in Nonprofit Studies

When our will is one with God's will, then nothing can happen to us except what God wills; thus, we will never be disappointed." - Ven. Fulton J. Sheen

Ms. Tracy Kendall
Lower School Faculty


Education:
Kennesaw State University, B.S. in Education

Certifications and Endorsements:
Orton-Gillingham Associate Level Certification
Certificate in Catechist Formation and Pedagogy
Griffin RESA K-5th Grade Math Endorsement

The happiest part of being a teacher is knowing that, in some small way, I have inspired another person to be a better reader, mathematician, writer, and friend.

Mr. Thomas Kieffer
Band Director


Education:
Kennesaw State University, B.A. in Music Education

Once my students leave my class, I hope they have a greater appreciation for the performing arts, and they will continue to play well in to their adult lives. 

Mr. Anthony Koszalkowski
Middle School Faculty • School Safety Coordinator


Education:
University of Montana, Master of Business Administration
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, B.S. in Aviation Management
Certifications:
Georgia Institute of Technology, Six Sigma Black Belt
Archdiocese of Atlanta, Master Catechist

True ambition is the profound desire to live usefully and walk humbly under the grace of God. “The fear of the Lord is training for wisdom, and humility goes before honors." (Proverbs 15:33).

Mrs. Emily Labbe
Director of Financial Aid • Registrar


Education:
Thomas More College of Liberal Arts, B.A. in Literature

Mr. David Labbe
High School English


Education:
State University of New York, M.S. in Teaching;
Thomas More College of Liberal Arts, B.A. in Literature

The more you read, the better your writing will be. But writing starts with reading. Reading is transformative. Reading can save your life. Read, read, read!

Ms. Annie Lagomasino
Lower School Performing Arts - Drama and Music


Education:
Furman University, B.A. in Music
Certifications:
Feirerabend Association for Music Education Certified - First Steps in Music
Feirerabend Association for Music Education Certified - Conversational Solfege Level 1 & 2
American Orff Schulwerk Association Certification - Levels 1 & 2

Ms. Genevieve Leopold
Lower School Teacher's Assistant


Education:

"The entire educational process must be carried out with love, which is perceptible in every disciplinary measure and which does not instill any fear. And the most effective educational method is not the word of instruction but the living example without which all words remain useless." Edith Stein

Mrs. Karen Lewis
Lower School Resource


Education:
Oglethorpe University, B.S. in Business Administration

Teaching preschool is a blessing. I love integrating play into learning and tapping into their natural curiosity when teaching new concepts.

Ms. Erika Lindholm
Preschool Teacher


Education:
Georgia State University, B.A. in Religious Studies
Georgia State University, B.I.S. in Applied Linguistics

It is an honor for me to guide these little ones as they begin their journey at Holy Spirit Prep. They are learning, growing, and becoming who God has intended them to be and, as St. Catherine of Siena said, they will “set the world on fire.”

Mrs. Judith Macharia
Preschool Teacher Assistant


Education:
Strathmore University, Nairobi, Kenya, Associate Degree in Business Administration
Chattahoochee Technical College, Diploma in Child Development Specialist

Mr. Brian Marks
Director of Admissions and Marketing


Education:
Fairfield University, B.A. in Economics
University at Albany, M.S. in Educational Administration
Georgia Certification in Educational Leadership

I am passionate about Catholic education.  I thoroughly enjoy helping families realize the value and importance of having children educated in a Catholic school.  As a Catholic school, we provide an excellent education, immerse students in our faith, and serve as a community.

Deacon Bill McCarthy
Preschool Chaplain


Education:
Georgia State University, B.A. in History

Ms. Dawn Mess
Preschool Teacher Assistant


Education:

Ms. Lea Monroe
Preschool Teacher Assistant


Education:

Mr. James Morse
High School Art • High School Computer Science


Education:
Georgia Institute of Technology, B.S. in Architecture

"If I'm asked to give a reason for my hope, it is this:  that Jesus loved the little children, and He gave His life for them."

Ms. Noemi Murillo
Upper School Front Office Manager


Education:

Ms. Caroline Nannis
High School Science


Education:
Georgia Institute of Technology, B.S. in Aerospace Engineering

To be able to know and love these students as beloved sons and daughters of God is truly a gift.  I am grateful to be able to share the beauty and truth of Catholicism and how it relates to the natural word. 

Mrs. Stephanie Nguyen
Lower School Art


Education:
Georgia Institute of Technology, B.S. in Architecture

“ It is Jesus that you seek when you dream of happiness; He is waiting for you when nothing else you find satisfies you; He is the beauty to which you are so attracted.” Pope John Paul II

Mrs. Tyra Nuar
Lower School Faculty


Education:
Lander University: B.S. in Exercise Science and Biology
Webster University: MBA

"To enjoy,  we must love, and to love, we must sacrifice."  Saint Elizabeth Ann Seaton Learning is a gift from God that keeps on giving.

Mrs. Alanna Oliver
Lower School Teacher’s Assistant


Education:
University of Texas at Austin, M.A. in Kinesiology;
Midwestern State University, B.S. in Mathematics

I love this school because I can practice, teach and nurture my faith and am surrounded by a community of colleagues, friends, and families who do the same.

Mrs. Claudia Ortiz Cruz
Preschool Teacher


Education:

Mr. Tito Pacheco Moreno
Facilities


Education:

Mr. Joel Peddle
Director of Curriculum


Education:
Emory University, M.A. in Philosophy
University of Georgia, M.A. in Political Science
Georgia State University, B.A. in History

Mr. Michael Pflug
Lower and Middle School Band


Education:
Florida Atlantic University, B.M. in Commercial Music

Through music, our students will learn the importance of patience, diligence, dedication, having faith in others, and what it means to come together as a team to accomplish a common goal.

Mr. Viet Pham
Lower School Faculty


Education:
Notre Dame Seminary, Bachelor of Philosophy in Theological Studies in Philosophy
The University of Georgia, B.S. in Financial Planning

"A good school provides a rounded education for the whole person. And a good Catholic school, over and above this, should help all its students to become saints." ~ Pope Benedict XVI

Mr. Pete Radosta
Lower and Middle School Principal


Education:
St. Joseph's University, M.S. in Secondary Education;
Georgia State University, B.A. in English Literature

“You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view.” – Atticus Finch, To Kill a Mockingbird

Learning is a two-way street, occupied by both students and teachers. As a teacher, I try to consider where the kids are coming from and what they’re bringing to the class, and in doing so, I try to meet them in the middle. I try to engage them on their level, encouraging them to explore and empowering them to take risks. When this happens, there is a sense of wonder and appreciation that is visible on a student’s face. And that’s what teaching and learning are all about: Meeting in the middle so everyone benefits.

Mrs. Ruth Sacco
Middle School Faculty


Education:
Emory University School of Medicine - Master in Medical Science in Anesthesiology
University of Detroit Mercy - Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies
University of Michigan - B.S. in Kinesiology

'Look to God that you may radiate with joy."  Psalm 34:5.  I try to keep my eyes on God and then bring His joy to whatever I do. 

Mrs. Alison Stone
High School Art • Art Department Chair


Education:
North Carolina State University College of Design, B.A. in Design
Savannah College of Art and Design, M.F.A. in Printmaking
Meredith College, K-12 Certification in Art Education
Aquinas College, Theology and Education

“The artist must train not only his eye but also his soul.” - Wassily Kandinsky

Mr. James Stone
High School Faculty


Education:
Fordham University, PhD in Philosophy

"Blessed are the merciful…” (Matthew 5:7)

Ms. Carrie Sturniolo
Middle and High School Choir Director


Education:
Berry College, B.M. in Vocal Performance

Mr. Alex Sullivan
Upper School Assistant Principal for Students


Education:
Georgia Institute of Technology, B.S. in Business Administration

I love being Catholic because I love the truth, and I want to share it with everyone.

Ms. Katherine Tanko
Middle School Resource


Education:
Kennesaw State University, B.S. in Psychology

"If every tiny flower wanted to be a rose, spring would lose its loveliness."  St. Therese of Lisieux.
This quote reminds me of the inherent value of every human being and their individuality and deepens my fervor to help form not only intelligent students, but confident and kind ones who recognize those truths as well.  

Ms. Georgia Tate
Preschool Director


Education:
Perimeter College, A.A.

Mr. Paolo Troianello
Facilities Manager


Education:

Mrs. Sara Turmel
Middle School Faculty • Lower School STEM Support


Education:
Georgia Institute of Technology, B.S. in Material Science Engineering
Georgia State University, M.A.T. in Science Education

Education is an opportunity to show students how much God loves them by guiding to learn about His beautiful creation.

Ms. Andrea Vargas
Student Success Coordinator


Education:
Georgia Institute of Technology: B.S. in Industrial Engineering

Every single one of these students is called to a beautiful life of fulfillment and purpose. The variety in which their different paths manifest is an incredible thing to witness.

“The riddles of God are more satisfying than the solutions of man.” – “Introduction to the Book of Job,”  G.K. Chesterton

Mr. Michael Verlander
Middle School Dean of Academics • Middle School Faculty


Education:
Thomas More College of Liberal Arts, B.A. in Philosophy
Holy Spirit College, M.T.S. in Theology

My belief in God and the hope of heaven inspire me to teach both religion – the study of our faith – and Latin, the universal language of the Church.  

Mr. Sam Walker
Soccer Director • Physical Education


Education:
Young Harris College, B.A. in Theater

Certifications and Endorsements:
BTEC National Diploma in Sports Management

Sport and competition can bring the best and the worst out of people. Understanding how to respect and treat each other in a competitive environment is a wonderful thing to achieve. 

Ms. Christine Wallace
Lower School Faculty


Education:
BA in Art Therapy, Spring Hill College
Graduate Studies in Art Therapy, University of Louisville
Masters in Theological Studies, Spring Hill College
Masters in Teaching, Brenau University
Certifications:
Certification in TEFL, Teaching English as a Foreign Language Institute
Certification in Special Education, Georgia Department of Education
Orton-Gillingham Associate Level Certification
Certification in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd - Level 1

Aristotle is known to have said: "Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.” The opportunity to be of service to the many families at Holy Spirit Prep and to participate in forming both the mind and heart is a blessing that brings joy and fulfillment. My hope is that the students will come to love learning and will begin to discover the unrepeatable gift that lies within themselves, a gift which will in time be given to the world in so many unique ways.

Mrs. Kristina Wilhelm
Director of Athletics


Education:
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, M.Ed in Education Administration and Athletic Administration;
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, B.S. in Secondary Math Education

Watching all of the students from Preschool through 12th grade grow physically, mentally, morally and spiritually through athletics at Holy Spirit Prep inspires me daily.

Mrs. Virginia Wilson
Lower School Teacher's Assistant


Education:
New York Law School, J.D.;
New York University, B.A. in Journalism

Certifications and Endorsements:
Orton-Gillingham Associate Level Certification
Certificate in Catechist Formation and Pedagogy

It’s wonderful to see a child I helped learn how to read in Kindergarten reach their full potential and read the Epistle at an all-school or Lower School Mass.

Mrs. Shauna Woods
Preschool Teacher


Education:
Benedict College, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Harvard Graduate School of Education, The Arts in Education (AIE) Program
Child Development Associate (CDA)Certificate Program

Mrs. Mary Zuniga
High School English


Education:
University of Dallas, B.A. in English

The beautiful thing about studying great literature is that you will encounter many complex and intricate characters. It is in them that you will also meet yourself--your strengths and your weaknesses, your joys and your sorrows.

In reading stories, we realize that we also are a part of a profound story and are necessary characters in it.