From Our Board Chair
“As a Certified Family Teacher and having worked with children from foster care for the past 5 years I see first hand every day the need for education. I am currently finishing my Masters of Education in School Counseling to be better equipped to educate future generations. My motivation is ensuring my four sons get the education they deserve and in my opinion, nothing is better than classical education.”
– Brian Larimer
Brian Larimer is a Certified Family Teacher and has worked with children from foster care for the past 5 years. Brian graduated from Southern Evangelical Seminary with a B.A. in Religious Studies. He is currently finishing his Masters of Education in School Counseling. Brian has a beautiful wife and is the proud father of four sons.
Dianne Belsom is a former homeschool mom/ teacher using the classical education model. Dianne has a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology and is a former therapist who dealt with issues such as substance abuse with teens, battered women, and the mentally ill. Dianne has been active in our community as a leader of small groups, and is passionate about helping our next generation of students get a quality education in order to be critical thinkers and productive members of our society.
Jayce Horton is a certified family teacher who currently fosters 8 teenage boys with her husband and two young sons. Jayce obtained a B.A. degree in Criminal Justice from Limestone College. Currently Jayce helps facilitate fundraising for the planning committee. She is a passionate proponent for school choice in her community, as well as the classical education model.
Jeremy Sparks is a full-time Firefighter and a pastor at Heritage Fellowship. He received his B.S. in Organizational Management from Colorado Christian University and an M.A. in Theological Studies from Liberty University. He lives in Clinton with his wife and three children and enjoys camping and being outdoors.
Greg Broadwater is a Contract Administrator with an architectural firm. Greg has a B.S. in Accounting and over 35 years working in the commercial construction industry. He has encouraged his children to pursue their dreams through quality education.
Barrett Justice has her degree in Biology Secondary Education from Anderson University. She is a certified teacher and taught high school for 10 years in the areas of Physical Science, Biology, and Anatomy & Physiology. She is now a stay at home mom caring for her boys and she volunteers in the church and community.
Jay Lackey is the Director of Facilities and Campus Services for Presbyterian College. He has a degree in Communications and Graphical Design from Appalachian State University. He founded and owned a construction business in North Carolina. He lives in Clinton with his wife and two children.
William “Bos” Howard
William “Bos” Howard grows up in Montgomery Alabama but moved to Clinton South Carolina in 1986. Bos attended Auburn University and the University of South Carolina where he holds degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering. While in living in Clinton, South Carolina he has consulted for several Fortune 500 companies.
Project Manager - *Not a Board Member
Caitlin Broadwater is a certified teacher in Early Childhood and Elementary Education. She has a B.S. in Early Childhood Education and a M.S. in Management and Leadership. She lives in Clinton with her husband and son and is passionate about classical education.
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Kids Enrolled in Charter Schools in SC
Charter SChools in SC
Classical Charter Schools in SC
The Charter Institute at Erskine and Summit Classical school do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, or immigrant status in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following persons have been designated to handle the nondiscrimination policies.
For questions pertaining to Section 504, contact Sharath Rudrapati at 864-547-2018.
For questions pertaining to Title IX, contact Terrie Hall at 864-547-2018.