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Faculty Profile
Sarah Voelkel
Science Teacher
Sarah Voelkel began teaching Middle School science at Whitefield in 2016. Previously, she taught biology and anatomy and physiology for seven years at Brookwood High School in Snellville, Georgia, where she also coached varsity girls soccer. Prior to teaching in Georgia, Voelkel was the assistant women’s soccer coach at Arizona State University. She received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Florida State University, her teaching certificate from the University of Georgia, and her Ed.S. in educational technology from Walden University.

On a professional note


Why Whitefield?
I was attracted to Whitefield Academy because of the mission and vision of the school as well as the reputation of a strong, Christ-centered school and excellent academic achievement. I'm excited to work alongside other brothers and sisters in Christ as we help educate and inspire our students in a positive and challenging academic environment.

What I love about teaching:
One of the gifts God has given me is the ability to explain scientific topics in a fun and interesting way. I also love the special relationships that are created in the classroom with my students. I am not only educating my students about science, but about Christ, life, laughter, and experiences. I wish to inspire students and to help show them their cognitive abilities, talents, and God-given gifts so that they can have bigger dreams for themselves.

On a personal note


About my family:
My husband, Matt, and I are blessed with two amazing children, Evelyn and Andrew. We also have a red-headed fur baby named Stella.

Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio