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Faculty Profile
Amelia Carmichael
English Teacher
Amelia Carmichael joined the WolfPack in 2016 as a Middle School English teacher. Before arriving at Whitefield, she worked for the the Cobb County Board of Education for 10 years as a middle grades educator. Carmichael graduated from Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia, with a Bachelor of Arts in English and a minor in communications, earned her teaching certificate from the University of Georgia, and received her Master of Education in curriculum and instruction from Walden University.

On a professional note


Why Whitefield?
I was drawn to Whitefield when I witnessed the powerful connection between faith and instruction. The guidance of Christian principles in the classroom ensures students have purpose beyond themselves and perpetuates encouragement, hope, and grace. The love of God can transform the way we interact and learn – creating deeper implications and eternal values that will lead to success both in the classroom and beyond.

What I love about teaching:
I love teaching because I find great joy in the ability to connect and embrace the learning experience and educational journey with students. Exploring novels, poetry, short stories, and ideas collectively makes learning interactive and enjoyable. Facilitating deeper understandings and thought-provoking conversations creates an active and engaging classroom. My goal is to model kindness, respect, and the love of learning.

On a personal note


About my family:
I have been married to my high school sweetheart, Jim Carmichael, for 14 years, and we are blessed with two wonderful boys, John Thomas (’26) and Charles (’27).

Hometown: Smyrna, Georgia