Dr. Werner Lumm, the Chief Information Officer at Maranatha Baptist University, leads this Maranatha program.
MVA is proud of its talented, Christian teachers, trained to help your children be successful. Teacher responsibilities include maintaining regular office hours, conducting regular conference calls, responding within 24 hours to your requests, and monitoring progress and achievement.
Most of the courses are taught by MVA teachers. However, during these early years of MVA’s existence, some of the specialty courses will be taught by K12 teachers. Our goal is for all courses to be taught by MVA teachers.
Each child must have a learning coach/mentor. The learning coach/mentor is often a parent, but might be a school staff member. Learning coaches/mentors help students manage their schedules. MVA teachers often interact with the learning coaches/mentors to discuss the progress of the students. As students move into the upper grades, they are expected to become more skilled at maintaining their own schedules; and the role of the learning coach/mentor becomes less time-consuming. Read more about the role of the learning coach/mentor and the parents.
K12 provides support services for all questions related to enrollment, technical setup, and curriculum.