Mrs. Pamela Evola
Administrator and Educator
Mrs. Evola has been dedicated to the education of children for over 15 years. She worked in Special Education starting in 2006. She has a heart for educating all students as individuals
using their strengths to overcome their weaknesses. Her hands-on approach has benefited
student’s grasp of academics as well as teaching important life skills. She has worked with the
home school community since 2015 and has homeschooled her own children since 2017. She also has a love of theater as an actor, stagehand, Stage Manager, Set Designer/Builder, Costumer, and audience member.
She obtained degrees from Antelope Valley College in both Liberal Arts and Sciences: Math and Science and Clothing and Textiles.
Mrs. Patricia Devine
Mrs. Devine has been educating home school students for over 15 years and has been teaching the IEW method of writing both to her own students and in the classroom setting. Passionate about literature and writing, Mrs. Devine brings this excitement into the classroom and coaches each student to perform their best. She has been teaching high school English for several years at a local charter school. Mrs. Devine formerly competed on the Forensic Debate team at CSUN while completing her Bachelor's in Communication Studies. In addition to her skills in the classroom, Mrs. Devine has also served on the Executive Board of West Coast Classical, a non-profit organization benefiting musicians in the Antelope Valley. She has also worked alongside her husband in running their small business for the past 23 years.
Mrs. Rachelle Momeny
Rachelle Momeny obtained her Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Biology and Education in 1999. She has over ten years of experience in traditional classroom settings with Middle School Science students but has taught a range of ages from preschool to high school and other subjects as well. Ms. Momeny’s creative way of connecting to the world around her means she sees education as an opportunity to help her students see and experience the world in new ways, not as a checklist of tasks to complete and facts to memorize.
Mrs. Shana Rodriguez
Mrs. Rodriguez has been a passionate and dedicated educator to her students in many avenues for over 10 years.She possesses a degree in Psychology and coursework in General Education. She started out tutoring students and always had the desire to teach. Taking her education and career to the next level, she became certified in Substitute Teaching, giving her the opportunity to move around and serve students in this new position. She was a Facilitator in a charter school, started online teaching, as she continues to tutor and substitute teach. Mrs. Rodriguez has grown even more passionate about her students' education and desire to take on new endeavours to continue educating. In recent years, her passion to teach art has been granted and she truly enjoys seeing her students' artwork everyday.
Ms. Kelly Rorrer
Teaching has long been the passion of Ms. Rorrer and she has done so since her late teens. She began her formal teaching career in 2006 at a private institution and in 2009 became an educator for a charter school. Having homeschooled her own five children as well as facilitating the education for multiple home school students through the charter school, Ms. Rorrer has a keen understanding of our student's needs and a determination to help prepare students for their future. She brings a unique, exciting energy to the classroom to which students respond well. She views teaching, not as a job, but as an opportunity to touch and positively influence lives. Ms. Rorrer loves her students and delights in seeing them learn, grow and thrive.