Our Instructors

Meet Our Instructors

Ashley Cunningham

Writing, History, Geography

BA in History, Georgia Gwinnett College – Lawrenceville, GA (2016)


Ashley is a history and writing teacher, having majored in history and several years of teaching experience at homeschool co-ops. She is a self-professed history geek, having a particular fondness for Medieval history. As a history teacher, she seeks to make history interesting and to encourage her students to understand the flow of history, especially in regard to God's sovereignty. Despite being a history major, Ashley also has a great love for writing. She also works part-time as a writing tutor at Lanier Technical College. As a writing teacher, she seeks to give her students a foundation in grammar and writing, particularly since neither is taught much anymore. When not working, Ashley enjoys random research, music, cooking, gardening, spending time with her family, writing stories (usually in the form of screenplays), and LARPing in a low-fantasy Medieval world.

Michelle Cunningham



Michelle homeschooled three children over twenty years and concurrently taught classes in biology, chemistry, anatomy and physiology, earth science, and physical science at Geneva Academy (Buford, GA; 5 years) and Covenant Homeschool Co–op (Buford, GA; 20 years). In teaching the sciences, Michelle hopes to impart God's love and care for creation in His marvelous design, sustaining power, and even the humor and joy reflected in all His creatures. She is an avid bird watcher and gardener, enjoys hiking, and visiting national parks, and prefers taking her own wildlife photos for class presentations. She has visited 46 of the 71 ecosystems in the state of Georgia, often accompanied by her students, and aspires to see the other 25. Michelle and her husband, Jeff, have been married for 35 years and have four grandchildren. 

Bob Harrison


Resume coming soon!


Bob is a math enthusiast who majored in engineering at Georgia Tech and spent most of his adult life working with safety, health, and environmental issues in government and the private sector. He has tutored numerous high school and college students in math and science. For fun, he loves to read and learn about ancient history, watch anime, and create spreadsheets of world economic and population data. He is very excited to be teaching high school math! His favorite numbers are 1729, 23, and pi (which he knows to 40 digits.)

Anne Moody


BA in English, Geneva College – Beaver Falls, PA (1980)
MA in Literacy Education, University of Maine - Orono, ME (2008)


Bio coming soon!

Taylor Sexton

Bible, Theology, Philosophy

BA in Music, Piedmont College – Demorest, GA (2014)
MDiv, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School Deerfield, IL (2018)


A native of Danielsville, GA, Taylor is passionate about offering a self–conscious Christian education at the level of the local church so that her children will not go out into the world unequipped, uninformed, and unprepared. Taylor has over a decade of teaching experience, both in music and in the classroom. He graduated from Piedmont College in Demorest, GA, and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, IL. Taylor is an ordained minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, serving as a minister of Heritage Presbyterian Church in Royston, GA. He lives in Danielsville, GA, with his wife, Sophia. When not teaching, Taylor enjoys reading, playing with his pets, and researching random topics.