Middle and Highschool

Tim Dixon


MS/HS Science

Blair Galbreath


Agriculture/Technology Teacher

Hometown: Hillsboro, OH

Education: Bachelors degree in University Studies with Emphasis in Agriculture

Started Working Here: 2021

Church Fellowship: Johnson First Church of God

Hobbies: Cooking, cleaning (I find it relaxing), caring for all my critters.

Favorite aspect(s) of teaching at LCA: I love the friendships and family atmosphere LCA provides. I also love that my kids are able to join me and are being taught about Christ’s love for us and his ultimate sacrifice.

This place is my second home! I am so unbelievably grateful to be surrounded daily with like minded people who genuinely care for these kids and love them all as much as I do!

Jaclyn Goble


8th-12th grade English

Hometown: Tecumseh, MI

Started Working Here: 2018

Church Fellowship: Little Mary Baptist Church

Gabe Helterbrand


Middle school and high school math/Athletic Director

Hometown: Morehead, KY

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics Teaching, Master’s in Educational Technology, Minor in Coaching. 15th year teaching between Rowan County Senior High School and Lakeside Christian Academy

Started Working Here: 2022

Church Fellowship: Better Life Church

Hobbies: Watching sports, family time

Favorite aspect(s) of teaching at LCA: Christ-centered environment

Aida Lewis


Elementary, 9th-10th grade/Spanish teacher

Hometown: Morehead, KY

Education: Licenciatura (similar to Masters degree) in Architecture from Universidad Autonoma de Centroamerica (Costa Rica)

Started Working Here: 2018

Church Fellowship: Morehead United Methodist Church

Hobbies: Reading, drawing, and listening to music

Favorite aspect(s) of teaching at LCA: I love being able to talk and teach about God and have a Bible in the classroom.

Danielle Moore


Middle school high school science and math

Hometown: Raceland, KY

Education: Bachelors degree with Emphasis in Science from Morehead State University

Started Working Here: 2023

Church Fellowship: First Baptist Church Grayson

Hobbies: Be with my family

Favorite aspect(s) of teaching at LCA: I love the family feeling and everyone being so kind.

Brad Oakley


Middle School English & History/Safety Coordinator

Hometown: Frenchburg, KY

Education: Master of Arts in Education and Bachelor of Arts in Social Studies from Morehead State University

Special certifications or endorsements: IHMM: Certified Safety & Health Manager, BCSP: Certified Instructional Trainer, HSI: CPR/First Aid Trainer

Started Working Here: 2020

Church Fellowship: Frenchburg Baptist Church

Hobbies: Gospel Music, crafts, spending time with my family

Favorite aspect(s) of teaching at LCA: Teaching in a Christian environment and being able to share the gospel with young people.

Jason Tackett



Jeff Taylor


Middle school and high school math

Hometown: Flemingsburg, KY

Education: BS in Mathematics and working towards an MS in Mathematics

Special certifications or endorsements: KY Teaching Certification in Math for 8th – 12th grade

Started Working Here: 2022

Church Fellowship: Bald Hill Community Church

Hobbies: Fishing, camping, and spending time with kids

Favorite aspect(s) of teaching at LCA: I get to teach bible and run chapel. The students are amazing.

I love LCA and am very thankful for job here.

Rebecca Volk



Hometown: Salyersville, KY

Education: I started my Bachelors Degree at Big Sandy Community and Technical College in Prestonsburg, KY. I moved to Morehead to finish my degree at MSU where I received my Bachelor’s Degree with a Concentration on Teaching.

Started Working Here: 2017

Church Fellowship: Simple Church Morehead – My family and I gather with our church in each others’ homes. We spend time teaching, learning, and fellowshipping with each other.

Favorite aspect(s) of teaching at LCA: Teaching is all about helping students grow in their understanding and application of knowledge. At LCA, I get to partner with our families in achieving this goal with the additional lens of truth that comes from God. It’s a honor to aid in molding our future generations.