Knight in the Spotlight: Allison Jackson, School of Logic Science

Allison Jackson is in her sixth year at Regents as a staff member. She is a veteran teacher that brings enthusiasm and joy into the classroom. Allison inspires students to want to know more and loves on them well. She loves seeing God’s signature in the encoded language of DNA in every cell, funki fungi, beautiful bluebonnets, and mesmerizing monarchs. She loves middle school students, is passionate about the wonders of the natural world, and is ever so grateful for the discipleship-centered approach of classical, Christian education. Allison earned a biology degree with a chemistry minor from the University of North Texas and worked in labs on and off campus. She feels called to teaching and has done so in a variety of venues including public school, summer science camps, tutoring, and her current role with Regents. Allison also had the privilege of founding a classical, Christian school near San Antonio, Texas, where she served as a board member and taught a variety of classes. Allison and her husband Lee have two Regents students (class of 2018 and 2020).

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