about the teacher
Tricia Powell was born and raised in Puerto Rico by a single mom. Although her mother relocated to FL when she was seven, Tricia spent her summer vacations, as well as few academic terms, with her family in Puerto Rico. This afforded her a complete immersion in both the American and Puerto Rican cultures. She graduated from Strayer University with a Bachelors in Business Administration.
In 2014, as part of her involvement in grassroots work, she was afforded the opportunity to attend the Colson Center Fellows Program and received her commission in 2015. She is a veteran homeschool mom who taught her daughters both in the classical and Charlotte Mason traditions.
Her experience includes teaching Middle Ages History, Government, Literature and Spanish in a co-op environment. She has also taught Worldview, Spanish 1 & 2, Economics and British Literature in an online environment.
She delights in bringing worldview conversation into every subject that she teaches because as Abraham Kuyper stated, “There is not a square inch in the whole domain of our human existence over which Christ, who is Sovereign over all, does not cry, Mine!” as such everything we do must be to His glory.
She is humbled to …