Meet the Team
Heather Tully is a mama of 10, ranging in ages from college students down to toddlers. She daily needs her Savior Jesus for strength & grace! Heather enjoys learning alongside her children as they seek to implement Charlotte Mason philosophies in their home. You’ll usually find her with a camera in her hand documenting life. It’s messy, loud and busy, but full of wonder if we only look! When she’s not capturing wonder with her camera, she’s probably holding a book or yummy drink... or folding laundry.
Jenn Discher has called 19 places home, including a log cabin in the woods and some less rugged suburbs. She’s now happily putting down roots in beautiful North Georgia with her husband and three adventurous kids. She likes exploring, reading aloud in bad accents, and writing stories for children. Before having kids, Jenn taught high school history on the south side of Chicago and in urban areas throughout Texas. She homeschools for many reasons, including the great books she gets to read with her children and the opportunity for whole-life Christian discipleship. She is grateful for the opportunity to learn alongside her children and indebted to Charlotte Mason and the many classical education thinkers who have helped shape her homeschooling.
Rebecca Smith is a disciple of Jesus Christ, a wife, and mom to 8 children; 4 here and 4 in heaven. She considers her role as a wife and mother to be her God-given mission and calling. Rebecca is a 2nd generation homeschooling mother, having been homeschooled herself while growing up as a missionary kid in the Philippines. For the past 14 years she has been homeschooling her own children using the Classical method (with a twist of Charlotte Mason). Creating and maintaining traditions and cultivating a family with biblical values is one of her greatest passions. A few of her favorite activities are hiking, camping, apple picking, and playing heated board games with her husband and children. Rebecca can often be found working on home renovation projects in their fixer upper home, which they affectionately refer to as their Little House in Georgia, and she absolutely treasures a slow Saturday spent with a cozy blanket and a good book.
Anya Harrison is a down-to-earth pragmatist with a passion for truth, simplicity, and beauty. Captivated by the gospel of Jesus Christ and the power of the Scriptures to transform her own life, she entered the classroom out of college and taught high school Bible for five years. During her classroom years, she and her husband met and adopted their eldest daughter. Anya became a stay-at-home in 2011 with the birth of their son, and they welcomed their youngest daughter in 2013. She has been homeschooling since 2017, and enjoys it far more than she had imagined! She credits Charlotte Mason’s approach and methods for her rich yet gentle school days. When she’s not homeschooling, she is often found attempting to garden, finding ways to systematize cleaning and meal planning, baking something delicious- probably with coconut, developing tools to encourage Christians to read their Bible regularly, or hiding from the world with a book and a cup of coffee.