Dr. Chuck Hartman
Chuck received a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pittsburg in 1984. He worked 12 years in industry, with emphasis in the petroleum and polymers field. Chuck is an elder at Fellowship Bible Church, and received his Master of Divinity from Greenville Presbyterian Seminary in May 1998. He received his D0ctor of Ministry from Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte, NC in 2011.
Angela is the wife of pastor/teacher Chuck Hartman, mother of their three adult children, and grandmother of five. She is a veteran homeschooler, having taught for over twenty-two years.
Mark received his undergrad degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of New Hampshire in 1980. He worked for Michelin for 14 years. He is an elder at Fellowship Bible Church and received his Master of Divinity from Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in 2007.
Martha received a BS in Medical Technology from the University of New Hampshire in 1981. She and Mark home schooled their children for 15 years. She has taught biology and middle school science at Milton Academy since 1998.
Hosanna holds a BA in English from Bob Jones University and is a graduate of World Magazine's Journalism Institute. She is a happy beneficiary of Milton Academy and a relieved alumnus of Dr. Hartman's chemistry class. She enjoys a good coffee (generous with the cream), a good book, and a good question.
Gabriela is a native of Argentina and received her BA in Languages and International Finance from Clemson University. She has used her language skills in many applications both in industry and in the classroom.
Abigail is a graduate of Milton Academy and received her degree in History summa cum laude from Furman University, where she was awarded the 2016 Latin Award from the Classics Department. Abigail received her MLitt in Medieval History from the University of St. Andrews, UK, where she continued her studies in Latin, providing tutoring services as well. Abigail has co-published an academic sourcebook on print media during the English Civil War, which involved transcriptions of Latin texts into English, and will be working on a monograph of the same material during the 2018-19 school year.