Lydia Fox

Lydia has been married to Kevin for 16 years and they have 5 children. Kevin works for Hitzer Stove in Berne, while Lydia is in the role of Development Director for Three Oaks. They attend First Mennonite Church in Berne. Kevin and Lydia bring experiences in home education, private education, and public education. Burdened with providing their children a Christian education, Kevin and Lydia were moved to pursue making quality Christian education an option for families in their community.

Kristi Gerber

Kristi and her husband, Doug, have been married for 17 years and have 2 children. They were both raised and still reside in Adams County. They attend Life Community Church in Bluffton where they are actively involved. Doug is the Vice President of EDGE Manufacturing in Bluffton while Kristi serves in Administration at Three Oaks. Convinced by the commandment in Deuteronomy 6, Doug and Kristi see the importance of impressing the love of God upon the hearts of children. Passionate to make God known throughout the world, they also enjoy welcoming and mobilizing missionaries.

Darren Kloepper, Headmaster

Darren Kloepper was born and raised in Adams County. He and his wife, Heidi, have been married 27 years. Darren served in church ministry before he moved into education. Heidi has worked as a registered nurse at Adams Memorial Hospital for 23 years. They have seven children and are expecting their first grandson soon. They have home school and public school background and have been drawn to Classical Christian education that intentionally keeps Christ in the center and is designed to equip young people both academically and spiritually.

Aaron & Michelle Stoller

Aaron and Michelle have been married for 14 years and reside in Van Wert County with their two children. The Stollers attend the Apostolic Christian Church in Leo, IN, and Aaron is the manager of the Agribusiness Department at AgCredit. Michelle holds a B.S. in Secondary Education (English and Speech/Theatre) with 10 years of teaching experience in public schools, private schools, and homeschooling. Aaron and Michelle believe that education and a Biblical worldview go hand in hand: they feel excited to be part of the time-tested Classical education model that aligns with the natural bent of a child’s brain development while equipping students to stand on Truth no matter how the culture changes.