Woodstock - Tutors

GRADES 5-6

Vicki Swaney was born and raised in Georgia, and received her BA from GA State University in Early Childhood Education. Her past teaching experience was in both public and private education. While teaching 3rd grade at First Baptist Christian School in Kennesaw, she took courses on Christian World-View and Biblical Integration. She is now very excited to be teaching home schooled children for Veritas. Vicki, and her family, attend Wildwood Baptist Church in Acworth. She was a stay at home mom for over 10 years, and now is very involved with the community helping equip children and their families meet the potential God desires for their lives. Her side interest include photography, nature, and animals.

GRADES 7-8

Stephanie Montero graduated from Florida Atlanta University with honors in 1978; she attained a dual degree in Education and Humanities.  She is certified to teacher K-12th in the fields of English, Philosophy, Literature, Arts & Theater, History, and Social Studies.  Mrs. Montero currently teahers English to 7th and 8th grade students at the Sugarloaf campus and the 9th-12th English at the Woodstock campus.  She also teachers math and science at Bright Futures Academy, an inner-city school located in Atlanta.  She also has a minor in 17th Century French Culture and Civilization and is half way to a Master's in Social Studies.  Married to Dr. Montero in 1978, they are parents to eleven children.

Tom Meara teaches 7-12 grade History/Bible at Woodstock.  He has five years of experience in the private school classroom.  He earned his Master’s degree in Theology from Bob Jones Seminary.  He and his family have just moved to the area from Maryland.
 

GRADES 9-12 HISTORY and BIBLE

Tom Meara teaches 9-12 grade History/Bible at Woodstock.  He has five years of experience in the private school classroom.  He earned his Master’s degree in Theology from Bob Jones Seminary.  He and his family have just moved to the area from Maryland.

GRADES 9-12 ENGLISH


Stephanie Montero graduated from Florida Atlanta University with honors in 1978; she attained a dual degree in Education and Humanities.  She is certified to teacher K-12th in the fields of English, Philosophy, Literature, Arts & Theater, History, and Social Studies.  Mrs. Montero currently teahers English to 7th and 8th grade students at the Sugarloaf campus and the 9th-12th English at the Woodstock campus.  She also teachers math and science at Bright Futures Academy, an inner-city school located in Atlanta.  She also has a minor in 17th Century French Culture and Civilization and is half way to a Master's in Social Studies.  Married to Dr. Montero in 1978, they are parents to eleven children.