Mathematics and Computer Science

Ms. Holley holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from West Virginia University, a master’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in finance from Wake Forest University, and master’s degree in software engineering from West Virginia University. After college she worked in the corporate world developing software and managing training initiatives. She left the corporate world and became a teacher at a private high school in Baltimore, where she developed a computer a science program and taught computer science courses for four years. Ms. Holley is excited to be relocating to Atlanta to join the faculty at Atlanta Classical Academy.

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.