Dr. Brad Parker
Bible, Computer, and Business Teacher
Brad Parker has been involved in Christian education since graduating from Bob Jones University in 2000 with a B.S. in Business Education. He continued his preparation for ministry by receiving a M.S. in Biblical Counseling. He recently received a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Bob Jones University in 2015. Brad joined the staff of FCA in 2005 and became the school administrator in 2007. He and his wife Amy have two children who both attend FCA.
Pastor Ramler graduated from Marquette Manor Baptist Academy and attended Bob Jones University, where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Bible. He then taught for three years at the university as a graduate assistant and earned a Master’s degree in Bible. While working on a PhD in New Testament Interpretation, he taught Bible for three years at Bob Jones Academy, wrote a study course for high school Bible curriculum, and taught Bible, Greek, and Pulpit Speech for five years at Bob Jones University. In 2001 he became the Assistant Pastor and later the Associate Pastor at Marquette Manor Baptist Church in the Chicago area. From 2007-2009 he also assumed the role of School Administrator over Marquette Manor Baptist Academy, a school of 300, and taught high school Bible. In January 2009, People’s Baptist Church extended a call to him to be their pastor. He has two children enrolled at FCA.
Mrs. Joyce Scott
Mrs. Joyce Scott grew up in Rockville, MD. She accepted the Lord as her Saviour at age 15. She and her husband have three children: Tim (2005 FCA graduate), Leah (2009 FCA graduate), and Emily (2010 FCA graduate). Mrs. Scott has been teaching here since 2000.
Mrs. Robin Thompson
1st Grade Teacher
Mrs. Higdon began teaching the second grade class part-time in 2014.
Miss Dawn Pryor
3rd and 4th Grade Teacher
Miss Pryor is an alumnus of Frederick Christian Academy. She is a graduate of Baptist Bible College of Pennsylvania with a degree in Bible and Elementary Education. She has served in Christian school ministry for 16 years. Her most precious Bible passage is Proverbs 3:5 and 6.
5th and 6th Grade Teacher
Mrs. Cheryl Corselius
Bible and Math Teacher
Girls’ Basketball Coach
Mrs. Cheryl Corselius grew up in a Christian home and had the privilege to attend Christian schools her whole academic career. Both of her parents were educators in Christian schools, and taught here at FCA for five years. Cheryl attended FCA her junior and senior years, then went to Bob Jones University and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics Education in 1992. She returned to teach at FCA beginning in the fall of 1992, and has been here either full or part time since then. Her husband is the maintenance supervisor at FCA and the girl’s soccer coach. Her children, Kathryn and Caleb, attend FCA. She enjoys reading, word puzzles, and almost all sports, especially basketball (go Terps!).
Miss Sharon Hayes
History and Speech Teacher, HS Drama and Choir Director
Sharon Hayes had the wonderful privilege of growing up in a Christian home. Her dad was a pastor, and her mom taught at the Christian school which Sharon attended from K5 through 12th grade. Sharon went on to get first her Bachelor’s degree in history and then her Master’s degree in history education from Bob Jones University. She worked at the BJU press as a graduate assistant, and became well acquainted with the curriculum used at FCA. She joined the staff at FCA in January 2008. Sharon enjoys sports (she is an avid Steelers fan), reading, and singing.
Mrs. Amy Parker
Natural Sciences Teacher
Amy Parker grew up in a Christian home where her mom taught in the Christian school that she attended. Amy attended Bob Jones University where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and a minor in Composite Science. Amy has taught physical education and science in Christian schools since 2000. She and her husband Brad have two children who both attend FCA.
Mrs. Cindy Regner
Spanish and Elementary Music Teacher
Cindy Regner has been teaching French at FCA since 1994. She is a graduate of Houghton College where she studied sociology and French. In 1999 she started taking Spanish at Frederick Community College. Mrs. Regner and her husband Rudy have three grown children who all attended FCA.
Mrs. Jean Salsi
HS English, Elementary & JH Computer, Elementary & Secondary Music
Jean Salsi was saved at the age of eight, was raised by wonderful Christian parents, and attended Christian school in Pennsylviania from sixth through twelfth grade. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Education from Liberty University in 1987. She met her husband, Gregg, in college, and they were married in 1988. The Lord has blessed them with two children (Cindy and Philip), both students at FCA. Jean joined the FCA faculty in 2000 and taught for five years before taking a break to be a full-time mother. She is thankful for the ministry of FCA and considers it a priviliege to teach the children and teens. She enjoys scrapbooking, playing the piano, and spending time with her family.
Mrs. Patty Cole
Patty Cole grew up in Randallstown, Maryland. Though she was not raised in a Christian home, she attended Sunday school as a child and accepted Christ as her Savior at the age of 26. She studied at Frederick Community College and later began serving as a teacher’s aide at Frederick Christian Academy in 2005. Mrs. Cole has since become FCA’s K-3 teacher, and she says that “it has been marvelous to be at FCA in a caring, Christian, God-honoring school.” Though her life has been filled with many tragedies, she prays that God will use the trials for His glory, and she is thankful for God’s salvation and for His blessings. Two of those blessings are her wonderful husband, Ron, and her very special grandson, Ellijah, who attends FCA.
Mrs. Karen Harrell
Karen Harrell is an FCA graduate and has taught K-4 since 2000. She and her husband (also a graduate of FCA) have a son who graduated from the school in 2009 and a daughter who will graduate in 2013. Mrs. Harrell had an exciting childhood as a missionary kid. She, her parents, and her brother were in Papua New Guinea for four years. Mrs. Harrell reports that living in a third-world country “made me realize the blessings God has given us in America.”
God has burdened Mrs. Harrell not only with the academic aspects of these young children, but the spiritual aspects as well. For many of these children, this is their first experience in a structured classroom setting. Mrs. Harrell’s goals are for them to be able to have fun while they are learning and to show them God’s love while preparing them for Kindergarten.
Mr. David Corselius
Girls’ Soccer Coach
Miss Melody Hayes
Mrs. Lisa Riggs
Mrs. Asia Regner