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Rhonda Anderson


Assistant Principal, Middle School STEM and Math

I graduated moons ago from Pillsbury Baptist Bible College with a degree in Bible and Elementary Education when computers were a luxury of the rich and used a 5.25” floppy.  I have had the privilege of being married to a pastor whose passion for the Lord has been an inspiration. We have been in ministry in several churches in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Wisconsin. I simply love to walk outdoors, garden, cook, and when I have time – I love to stamp homemade cards.

I have taught for over 20 years, first teaching a few years at the 4th-grade level before moving up to teaching eight years of math, science, and reading at the middle school level at Cornerstone Christian Academy in Sheboygan.  When it closed, I moved up to the Sheboygan Christian High school as the academic skills teacher, as well as being a “jack of all trades” educator teaching pre-algebra, algebra, accounting, marriage and family, and English 9.  The Lord called me into part-time administration when our school went through a time of transition.  In my last year of teaching, I led the school as a full-time principal. Since that time, I completed a Master’s of Education in Teaching and Learning through Liberty University and completed my Wisconsin teaching license through Maranatha Baptist University. I will complete my principal licensure program in spring 2024. 

Working in education for the past 20 years has taught me that every day is a day to learn something new and an opportunity to see God at work in the lives of students and people around me.  When I consider how the ideas of faith and education come together, I am always reminded of how constantly the Bible speaks of everything being in God’s sovereign control and that I am willing to be used for His purpose.

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