ginny james

Ginny is a teacher, a wife, and mother of three children.   She has a B.A. in English Literature and an M.Ed. in English Education from the University of Georgia.  She taught in North Fulton for four years, covering all high school grades and levels, including A.P. English.  In 1996, she left teaching when she had her first daughter, but returned to the classroom in 2013 to join Scholars Guild Academy when she began homeschooling her own kids.  She loves reading, baking, working out, and spending time laughing and going on adventures with her family. She lives in Dacula, Georgia and attends church at Providence Church in Duluth.


Bethany mozley

Bethany loves Jesus, her family, and teaching!  She felt God’s call to a ministry with students while in college, received her Bachelor’s degree in English Education from the University of Georgia in 2005, and then taught high school English and coached cross country in Gwinnett County for ten years.  While teaching, she met her fellow adventurer and best friend, Chad (also an English teacher), and they have been married since 2008.  They have two precious children—Tallulah and Judah.  As a family, their favorite place to be is out West on a summer-long camping trip or hiking up the creek in their own neighborhood.  In her free time, Bethany loves to run, cook, or catch up with a friend over a cup of coffee! 


kristy mulkey

Kristy and her husband Jeremy have been married since 2001. They have three amazing children: Isaac, Ean, and Alexis. Kristy holds a bachelor’s degree in Language Arts from the University of Georgia.   After teaching high school for a short time she chose to stay home and concentrate on her family. Kristy has spent years as a volunteer on the school board and many PTA committees as well as working as a parapro. Her favorite things, besides her family, are reading, writing and peanut m&ms.


stacy perdue

Stacy is a teacher, a wife and a mother of two girls.  She has a BS in Early Childhood Education from Berry College and an M. Ed. In Reading Instruction from Georgia State University.  She taught in Gwinnett County for 6 years before the girls came along and she became a full time homemaker. In 2005, the Lord led their family to begin homeschooling.  Since that time she has taught a variety of language arts and social study classes in the home school community. She began teaching at Scholars Guild in 2016. She lives in the Lawrenceville and attends Hebron Church.  She loves reading, scrapbooking, traveling and serving students in her community through Nothing But the Truth non-profit ministry.


allison wright

Allison married Mr. (W)Right in 1994, and they have four wonderful sons. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and Secondary Education from Georgia State University and a teaching certificate in Language Arts. Before motherhood, Allison taught full-time in Rockdale County, where she continued teaching credit-recovery and summer school after becoming an at-home mom. In 2002, Allison and Jason felt God’s call to homeschool, and they’ve been homeschooling ever since. In 2009, she joined a few other moms in an educational experiment which became Scholars Guild Academy.  Since the beginning, Allison has felt blessed to partner with families and help prepare SGA students for college and beyond. It is her joy to work with students, inspiring them to value learning and seek after God’s plan. Besides teaching, Allison loves serving the Lord, spending time with family and friends, listening to audiobooks, and exploring new places.