Brynna Clendenen graduated from Patrick Henry College with a B.A. in Classical Liberal Arts. She served for 3 years as an assistant dance instructor (Irish Step/Folk), taught at Providence Preparatory Academy in Purcellville, studied 4 levels of ancient Greek and plays the flute.
Katherine Culver earned a B.S. in Elementary Education, summa cum laude, at Methodist University. Mrs. Culver and her husband, William, worship at Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church in Leesburg and have two beautiful daughters.
Amanda Fournier has worked at schools in various capacities as well as in the children’s ministry at her church, McLean Bible Church. She has 1 son attending OH as well as one who is an alumnus. She holds a B.A. from the University of Delaware.
Hannah holds a B.A. in History from Patrick Henry College where she was a Presidential Scholar. She has a passion for Christ and for elementary school teaching and belongs to Hamilton Baptist Church in Western Loudoun County.
Anthony Clendenen earned a B.A. with honors in Classical Liberal Arts from Patrick Henry College. He has taught speech, debate and math and joins our elementary teaching staff this fall. He is a member of Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church (PCA).
Chesney Taylor discovered a real love for science and seeing God in his creation while tutoring with Classical Conversations. She studied teaching and earned a B.S. in History at Pensacola Christian College and earned a J.D. from Regent University. She belongs to Grace Covenant Church.
David Sabin was born into a family of missionaries. He speaks fluent Spanish and participates in music ministry and prayer team at Grace Tabernacle Church in Ashburn. Mr. Sabin has 4 sons and holds a B.S. and an M.A. in Education from Pensacola Christian College.
Destiny McGorman is our new Elementary PE Teacher. She graduated summa cum laude with a degreee in finance from Liberty University. She has 2 children attending OH. She and her husband coach an i-9 basketball team in the community and attend Cornerstone Chapel in Leesburg.
Justin Sutters is the art educator at Oak Hill. He is the Director of the Graduate Art Education program at George Mason University and attained a PhD in Art Education from the Ohio State University. He has two daughters attending Oak Hill.