Mrs. Dye lived in Kentucky her entire life before moving to Atlanta in 2012 with her family. She graduated with a B.S. in Special Education from Eastern Kentucky University and an M. Ed. From Northern Kentucky University. She taught in public schools a total of nine years, spent ten years at home caring for her children, while home educating them within the home for five of those years, taught at a classical Christian school for five years, and this is her fifth year at Atlanta Classical Academy.

Mrs. Dye’s daughter, Faith, was a part of the first graduating
class at ACA and attends Cedarville University in Ohio. Her
oldest son, Caleb, graduated last year and will be attending
Columbia University in New York City this fall. Her two
youngest Children, Joshua and Daniel, are both in eighth grade
at Atlanta Classical Academy.

In her limited free time, she enjoys live theatre, going out to
eat, movies, reading, hiking, paddle boarding, and various
ministries within her church.

The mission of Atlanta Classical Academy is to develop graduates in mind and character through a classical, content-rich curriculum that emphasizes the principles of virtuous living, traditional learning, and civic responsibility.