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Faculty Profile
Scott Holland
Math Teacher
Scott Holland joined the WolfPack faculty in 2015 as a math teacher. Holland obtained a B.S. in Secondary Education Mathematics from Valdosta State University and an M.A. in Theological Studies from Covenant Theological Seminary. Holland has experience teaching Upper School math and has served as a missionary in India.

On a professional note


Why Whitefield:
I believe that where you work and whom you work with are two of the most important influences in our lives. As I got to know the school and the people at Whitefield, I slowly began to see that I fit into this place very well. I have found that the leadership and faculty at Whitefield all share a deep-rooted passion to see kids excel academically and spiritually. They want to see students not just possess knowledge, but also have the wisdom to live in God’s world the way that He intended. I want these same things and cannot wait to see the different ways God might use me to help further the schools mission.

Why I love teaching:
I believe that the teacher/student relationship is one that is built into the fabric of creation. We were made to learn, and in order to learn, we need teachers to help us. Being allowed the opportunity to enable students to discover new ideas or concepts is a very magical experience that is both challenging and very rewarding. In addition, having the opportunity to do this in a Christian environment, where we are discovering truths and realities about God’s world, is what I was made to do.

On a personal note


About my family:
I have been married since 2001. My wife and I have a son, Will, and a daughter, Haley.

Hometown:
Marietta, Georgia