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Sarah Medlin


Board Chairman

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Sarah Medlin


Board Chairman

Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.
— Philippians 4:6

     Sarah Medlin has served on the CCA Board for five years and is currently serving as the Board Chairman.  She has been married to her college sweetheart Clark for 16 years, and they have two children, Ava (9) and Jonas (3).  Sarah has a BA in English from Lee University and an MA in TESOL from SEMO; she taught middle school and high school English for seven years before deciding to be a full-time stay-at-home mom.  In addition to teaching, she has coached volleyball for sixteen years and has coached the CCA  Lady Eagles volleyball team for the past six years.  Her favorite Bible verse is, “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God,” Philippians 4:6, and her favorite quote is, “Spread love everywhere you go.  Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier,” (Mother Teresa).  Sarah enjoys traveling with her family, organizing anything and everything, and watching TN Volunteer football.  She treasures spending quality time with her family and making memories that will last forever.  

     When asked what she thought was the best thing about CCA, she replied, “Hands down—it’s the Christian environment.  Having been a teacher in the public school system for many years, I’m not quite sure all parents fully appreciate that our teachers are able to incorporate God into each and every aspect of our children’s education.  They are not only able to teach little minds to grow but have the freedom to guide little hearts to come to know and love the Lord.  As a parent my number one priority is that my children will know, love, and serve the Lord by actively showing God’s love to those around them.  I am beyond grateful to have them in a school environment that supports my mission as a parent.”

Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier.
— Mother Teresa
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Dax Melugin


Vice-Chairman

Dax Melugin


Vice-Chairman

Dax Melugin is serving in his first year as a CCA Board member. Dax attended a private, Christian high school and is an advocate for Christian education. He earned a Doctorate deree in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and has been employed as a pharmacist for the past 16 years. Dax is married to a wonderful wife and mother, Whitney, and has a son, Aiden, who is in the 5th grade at CCA. He and his family enjoy vacations, working in the yard, and fine dining.

Dax and Whitney chose CCA for their children because it is a classical, Christian school. "It is so important to us to immerse our child in God in every aspect of his life, and we know he is receiving that while attending CCA. The presence of GOD is everywhere on our campus: during the Focus praise & worship time, in the classroom, and even on the playground."  

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Sherry Page


Secretary

Sherry Page


Secretary

About Me:

  • Education: Doctorate of Nursing, St. Louis University
  • Occupation: Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and owner at Martin Children's Clinic
  • Family:
    • Husband- Larry Page (35 years)
    • Children- Trae Page and wife Jana Page, Alex Page and wife Jordan Page
    • Grandson- Alex Page II (3rd grader at CCA )

 

I was blessed to be raised in a Christian home with parents that exemplified Christ. Having a positive influence on children has been a driving force throughout my life. I strongly support CCA due to their long history of nurturing and training children in a Christian environment. I look forward to the experience of serving on the board beginning fall of 2016.

 

Favorites:

Book:  Muscle and a Shovel, by Michael John Shank
Color: purple
Sport: baseball
Sports Team: St. Louis Cardinals
Vacation Spot: Walt Disney World
Movie: "When Harry Met Sally"
Food: steak
Restaurant: Imo's
Train up a child in the way he should go, and even when he is old he will not depart from it.
— Proverbs 22:6
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Linda Hart


Linda Hart


About me:

  • Favorite Color: yellow
  • My Favorite Restaurant: Cracker Barrel
  • Best Thing about CCA: It is great to know that my children are safe and are being taught biblical principles on a daily basis. 
  • My Greatest Joys: 
    • My children- Mike, Wendy, and Kaylee
    • My grandchildren- Dyver, Jaye Bless, and Cole

All three of my grandchildren and my youngest daughter, Kaylee, are students at CCA. This is my 12th year as an active parent of the school. In these past 12 years, CCA has continually been a blessing to our entire family. 

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Brian Grow


Brian Grow


About me:

     Brian Grow is serving his first year as a CCA board member in 2016/2017.  Before accepting this role, he served the school board as a consultant to help guide the school leadership through some important changes and to help refine the mission and vision of CCA.  He currently serves First Christian Church as their lead pastor.  He and his wife Jennifer of 17 years moved to Dyersburg from Indianapolis 4 years ago.  They have four children; Ammiah (15), Micah (13), Caleb (12), Nadia (10) who attend or have attended CCA.  Brian graduated from Central Bible College (Missouri) with a BA in Biblical Studies and Theology.  He and Jennifer have been serving in ministry around the country for over 20 years.  They both enjoy long drives in the country with a cup of coffee, great steak dinners and spending as much time together with their kids.  Brian is also an avid hunter, wood worker and mountain climber.

     When asked what his favorite thing about CCA is he responded, “The vision the school has for excellence.  Christ Classical Academy is driven to be the very best resource for families in our community and I love that the drive to always improve is a non-negotiable.  I also enjoy the great variety of families and the relationships that our family has formed in just a few short years.”

I want to know Christ, in the power of his resurrection and also the fellowship of sharing in his sufferings, being confirmed like him unto death.
— Philippians 3:10