WCS Welcomes New Upper School Teachers

Wayne Christian School is pleased to announce the hiring of two new teachers in the upper school. Chelsea Folz will be teaching math, and Chelsea Duffy will be teaching history.

Mrs. Folz with her husband, Andrew, and their children.

Chelsea Folz holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Meredith College, and has experience teaching math at both the middle school and high school levels. She is an active member of Crossway Church. After taking several years out of the classroom to focus on raising her children, Mrs. Folz is excited to join the faculty at WCS. She says, “It is important to invest time into developing students that are lifelong learners so that they will appreciate constantly learning and growing. If we can create lifelong learners in the mathematics classroom, my hope is that it will translate into their spiritual walks, showing them the great benefit of constant learning.”

Mrs. Duffy with her husband, Brian, and their children.

Chelsea Duffy (nee Anderson) is a 2005 graduate of Wayne Christian School. Mrs. Duffy holds both a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in education from East Carolina University and is licensed by the state of North Carolina in the areas of math and social studies. She comes to us with ten years of experience teaching at the middle school, high school, and university levels.

Mrs. Duffy is returning to Wayne County after several years away due to her husband’s career. She wants to teach at WCS because “I know the benefits of attending and working in a Christian school. As I attended Wayne Christian School from Kindergarten up until my graduation, I was able to see firsthand how wonderful it is to go to a school where the teachers not only loved me but prayed for me every day. Knowing my teachers not only cared if I understood the material, but also cared for me and my growth in my spiritual life, which gave me the best education possible. Not only do I want to have the opportunity to teach at my alma mater, but I also want the opportunity to share my love of Christ, love of history and math, and love of God’s children in a Christ-centered classroom.”

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