Teacher Bios

Husband and wife duo Jerry & Renee Eidson have been homeschooling for 17 years.

Jerry Eidson, B.A. Chemistry, Indiana University

Besides homeschool, Jerry has over twenty-five years of experience in teaching and training adults as well as children. Teaching subjects in Logic, Information Technology and Programming, Science, Electronics, Mathematics and Statistics, Lateral Thinking for Creativity, Situation Appraisal, Planning, Problem Solving, All this in Corporate, College and Technical School settings.


Renee Eidson, Indiana University

Besides homeschooling for 17 years Renee has taught children and adults in church programs and Bible Studies.  She also teaches chess to children in after school enrichment programs, camps & other venues. She attended Indiana University.


Chance Godwin, B.F.A Communication Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University

Chance believes the lens of narrative to be the best way to observe the workings of the world around us. The patterns of history, and life itself, are repeated consistently through time and space. By mastering the art of storytelling, students learn to recognize and employ these patterns, leveraging them to become dynamic and innovative individuals. Through the study of visual media and the arts, Chance employs unconventional classroom dynamics to stimulate and provoke students to grow in creativity, producing powerful manifestations of their vision and ideas in the form of animation, comic books, film, literary works and much more. 
Home educated through age 18, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Virginia Commonwealth University’s Communication Arts Department, Chance has developed an energetic and unrestrained attitude toward education over the last 7 years of teaching. He has collaborated as an instructor with VCU’s Summer Intensive Program and the Richmond Symphony’s Youth Orchestra Project, and now is developing a new, independent education project called “Visionary” which will bring all his subject offerings together into a single, multi-faceted program capable of challenging the expectations of the most ambitious learners.


Josie Justice

Josie graduated from VCU in 2012 with a BFA Sculpture and Extended Media and BFA Painting and Printmaking.  She is an energetic teacher with a very creative mind!


Niasia Coulson 

Niasia hails from New York, where she owned her own dance studio.  She went to school for Performing Arts, and has taught ballet, hip-hop, modern, and creative movement tap.


Alycia Comer-Wright

Alycia is a  licensed special ed. teacher with a Masters of Education in Learning Disabilities and Disability Policy. She also has a post degree in instructional technology. Her areas of focus include Reading and Learning Strategies.


Janice Warren

 Janice holds a B.S. in biology from the College of William and Mary. She has taught in public and private schools (public school: high school biology; private schools: combined class of grades 2-7), and homeschooled for 7 years.  She has also taught General Science, Physical Science, Biology, Marine Biology and Chemistry in co-op settings.


Regina Dunklebarger

Hello, my name is Mrs. Dunklebarger.

I love children’s natural curiosity and strive to inspire them to always ask questions about the world around them and to seek the answers to those questions. I believe that learning happens when you see, hear, smell, touch, and do and always try to present information and foster learning through a variety activities.

I am an honors graduate from Mary Baldwin College where I earned a degree in Biology and Education. I love skiing, hiking, swimming, and travel. I have 2 boys, 3 hermit crabs, 1 dog, 1 cat, and a Madagascar Hissing cockroach that all call me mom…well maybe not the cockroach so much but I do feed and water it.

I love homeschooling my boys and am excited to get to know and teach your children as well.


DELI aka Delirowe

By way of Richmond, Virginia, Deli found her passion for music at a very young age. She began singing in her church’s youth choir and school talent shows. Many of her performance skills were developed traveling across the country with various choirs, groups, and eventually on her own. She continued to pursue her career in music while completing her Bachelor of Arts from Virginia Commonwealth University. With the struggles that come with college, she found an escape through songwriting and in 2010, she released her self written & produced EP, Growing Pains.

Deli is putting her dreams into action, starting with the 2014 single, Losing Ground, which introduced her to the mainstream world and gained her new fans from all across the world. All eyes are on Deli now, as she is currently preparing to release her next body of work as well as collaborative efforts within in the Pop, Jazz, and Hip Hop genres.

Deli’s goal is to create an expressive and relatable musical experience for her listeners to find inspiring. Through hard work and dedication, there’s no doubt that Deli is here to stay.

Be on the lookout for Deli’s EP, the Art of Possibility, set to release on September 1st, 2015. Available on all digital outlets!


Isaiah Spearman

Isaiah is an Electrical Engineering and Math major at Virginia Commonwealth University.  He was the Director of Curriculum for a Mathnasium franchise for three years. He also has 20 years of hands on experience with the Virginia school system to include the systems for higher education. Isaiah teaches Pre-Algebra, Algebra, PreCalculus, Calculus, Trigonometry, Geometry, Differential Equation, Linear Algebra, and SAT/ACT Math.

Shane Medina

Shane graduated from Old Dominion University in 2010 with a BA in English linguistics and a minor in Asian studies. He studied Chinese formally for about two years, but he’s just recently returned to the United States after living for over a year in Taiwan, where the main language is Mandarin Chinese. He has studied Japanese for about eight years.


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