Miss Guensche teaches 9th and 11th grade Literature, Poetry, and Moral Philosophy. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Hillsdale College in 2017 and taught 7th and 8th grade Literature and Logic at NWACA for the last 2 years. She also helps run Theatre Club. S
Jennifer Martin graduated from Southwest Baptist University in 2010 with a Bachelors in English and Religious Studies. Shortly after graduating, she worked in private and public schools as a teacher and tutor. She joined NWACA when it first opened in 2013 and since then has taught a variety of literature and writing classes ranging from grades 6-12. Her favorite subject is British literature.
I love the outdoors! Teaching science is the greatest job that I could have! I received a BS in Biology from Lyon College in Batesville, AR. A few years later (15 years!!), I received a Master of Arts in Teaching from the University of Arkansas. In addition to teaching science, I coach the Spartan Volleyball teams. Go Spartans! Outside of school, I love to spend time with my family. My husband, my two boys, and I love to go hiking and adventuring.
Mr. Offord teaches High School Math and Physics. This is Mr. Offord’s third year with Classical Academy and serves as the Science Department Chair. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Physics with a minor in Math from the University of Arkansas. Before teaching, Mr. Offord worked as an engineer. Mr. Offord is married to Elizabeth Offord, who is also a teacher with Classical Academy.
Mrs. Fall has been teaching math for 15 years. She taught in Kansas City for 6 years before moving to Northwest Arkansas. Mrs. Fall taught at the Arkansas Arts Academy for 3 years before coming to the Classical Academy in 2015. Mrs. Fall has taught Algebra I, Algebra II, Algebra III, Pre-Calculus and AP Calculus AB. She has earned her Bachelor of Science in Statistics from Kansas State University, Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from Park University, and Master of Arts in Teaching from Park University. Mrs. Fall is certified in the are of 7-12 Mathematics. In September, Mrs. Fall and her husband celebrated their 27th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Fall is the MathCounts team. Outside of school, Mrs. Fall enjoys vacationing in Cancun, Mexico, watching Kansas State sports and attending when possible, and gardening.
Ms. Anibal teaches High School History and Government at Northwest Arkansas Classical Academy. This is Ms. Anibal's third year with Responsive Education, and third year teaching. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in History with an emphasis in Graphic Design from Hillsdale College. Outside of school, Ms. Anibal enjoys working on her family's farm, traveling to new places, and reading books.
Mr. Robert Lemming teaches high school art and art history at Northwest Arkansas Classical Academy. Lemming is a Tulsa native who moved to Northwest Arkansas as a teenager. He studied painting and printmaking at Henderson State University and finished his BA degree with a sculpture emphasis at the University of Arkansas Fayetteville in 2011. His work has been featured in several solo and group shows in venues such as the Historic Arkansas Museum, 21c Museum Hotel, sUgAr Gallery, ASU Beebe and LaLaLand Gallery. He also collaborated with Adam Crosson to create the outdoor sculpture 18 Verticals, 70 Horizontals on the University of Arkansas campus in Fayetteville in 2012. Lemming resides in Madison County Arkansas. Lemming previously worked as a Preparator at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and has acted as an exhibition consultant at various venues throughout the region including the Hillside Auditorium at the University of Arkansas.