Michele Schafer lives in Lansing, Michigan with her 5 boys working as a High School Physical Science Teacher. She learned about Leadership Education after several years of struggling on her own. Learning how to learn, read, write, and discuss great ideas changed everything. Since then she has loved home schooling and found deep joy in being around family along with feeling very blessed to be with such amazing people. She has a Bachelor Degree in Biology and Secondary Teaching Certification for Science and a Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction with Reading Emphasis.
Join her in transforming your life (and your families) one step at a time through developing and seeing your own greatness.
Michele is the principal mentor of Abigail Adams Academy.
Mentoring Classic Moms and Scholar Moms.
Audrey Berry lives in Boston with her husband and 2 children. She has always been an avid reader and has been known to build bookshelves to house an ever-growing collection. She has been homeschooling her kids since 2007. In an effort to continue her own ongoing education, Audrey joined Abigail Adams Academy in 2011 by jumping into the Colloquium class. Eventually she moved over to Scholar moms where she currently helps lead book discussions. She says, “The best thing about live book discussions is that it challenges you to read books that you probably wouldn’t tackle on your own.”
Audrey is a mentor for Scholar Moms.
Janet Potter lives in Northern Illinois with her husband, teenaged daughter, 2 cats and a mouse. They have homeschooled from the beginning and have incorporated classics into their curriculum from an early age. Their homeschool journey began as a way to avoid a large, impersonal school with full day Kindergarten and they've never looked back. She knows the importance of taking homeschooling one day at a time and not stressing over the little things. Janet joined Abigail Adams Academy in 2010 and has studied in both Classic Moms and the Abigail Adams Colloquium.
Janet is registrar and a mentor for Abigail Adams Colloquium.