The love and wonder children have for even the simplest of things is what Mrs. Nicole Boyle enjoys the most about teaching. Mrs. Boyle relishes the chance to help shape children to be fully human in their joy, faith, and love for one another.
Mrs. Boyle comes to CSA with a Master’s degree in Theology from Concordia Theology Seminary and a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Spanish from University of Michigan. She has taught Spanish language classes at both the grade school and high school levels, as well as courses in English as a Second Language for the last nine years. Mrs. Boyle has also run a Mom’s Day Out program for preschoolers and kindergartners at the church, where her husband serves as a pastor, and has taught preschoolers Sunday School for many years.
“I love the focus that CSA has on forming the mind and soul, while instilling a foundation of faith,” Mrs.Boyle says. “I love the accomplishment that the kids feel with the memorization of beautiful texts. The fact that classical education recognizes that history is essential, and still teaches us today what is important for our kids and our culture, impresses me greatly.”