About Us

Faculty Profile
Kyle Justice
Math Department Chair; Math Teacher
Kyle Justice currently serves as the math department chair at Whitefield. He began his teaching career at Whitefield in 2003 after eight years in the field of biomedical engineering. Justice has an undergraduate degree from Duke University and a master’s degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. In addition to coaching basketball and chess, he is very passionate about teaching mathematics and computer science from a distinctly Christian worldview.

On a professional note


Why Whitefield:
The great apostle and thinker, Paul, states in his epistle to the church at Colossae, “in Christ are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge” (Col. 2:3). I believe in Christian education because I believe in the reality of truth as well as the wisdom and worthiness of its pursuit. While the fragmented, postmodern world has given up on pursuing truth, Christian schools are called to confidently proclaim that truth exists and can be known. This boldness stems from the fact that Jesus Christ Himself is Truth, and that He has been revealed both in His Word and throughout His world. What an awesome privilege and responsibility it is to be involved in truthful, Christ-centered education!

Why I love my job:
My job is never boring. I used to sit in front of a computer all day. Now I stand in front of young people all day. Computers tend to be relatively predictable and programmable; teenagers certainly are not!

On a personal note


My family:
My wife, Susan and I, have four children attending Whitefield and are involved in many aspects of school life.

Hometown:
Huntsville, Alabama (the Rocket City)