Mrs. Bremner is the Executive Director and Head of School at Grace Christian School. A Virginia educator who has worked with over a hundred schools across the country in the area of curriculum development and classroom instruction, she is a former math and science middle school teacher. During her ten years at the middle grades level, Mrs. Bremner was a member of a collaborative team working extensively with gifted learning, special needs, and English as second language students. In addition to her role as a classroom teacher, she served as a clinical faculty member to James Madison University’s middle grades program, co-teaching pre-service education classes. Mrs. Bremner has served as the Associate Executive Director for the Virginia Middle School Association and as a board member for the Virginia Schools to Watch program. She has served as an education consultant and curriculum specialist for Modern Red School House and for Nancy Larson Publishers. Mrs. Bremner received a B.S. degree in Sociology from Bridgewater College, an M.Ed degree in Elementary Education with a concentration in middle grades curriculum and an endorsement in Educational Leadership from James Madison University. Mrs. Bremner, her husband, David, and their two children reside in Mechanicsville where they are active members of Mechanicsville Christian Center.
Mrs. Britton is the Principal and Academic Advisor at Grace Christian School. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, with distinction, from the University of Virginia and her Masters of Teaching from the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia. Mrs. Britton has over 20 years of experience in education. She is a former Hanover County classroom teacher and Math and Reading SOL Support Coach. She has worked extensively with both gifted and remedial students specializing in developing individualized academic student success plans. Mrs. Britton has been a member of the Hanover community for over 30 years. She and and her family are active members of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Mechanicsville.
Mrs. Jamara is the Vice Principal of Grace Christian School. She received her undergraduate degree from Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, NY in Secondary Math Education. She later earned her Master’s degree in Special Education from Boise State University in Boise, ID. Mrs. Jamara has her Virginia certification in Secondary Mathematics, grades 6-12 and received the Praxis Recognition of Excellence. She served as Math Department Chair during her employment with Richmond City Public Schools. Mrs. Jamara, her husband Tom, and their children are active members of Hanover Evangelical Friends church.
|Shawn Martin, Athletic Director
Coach Martin is the Athletic Director at Grace Christian School. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from North Carolina Wesleyan in physical education and began his teaching and coaching career in Chesterfield County Public Schools. In 2005, Coach Martin founded Dynamo Soccer Club where he served as the general manager for 17 years. In early 2022, Coach Martin felt the Lord leading him in a new direction of ministry. After years of leading children to become athletes, he sensed the Lord's calling to lead athletes and teenagers to Christ. Coach Martin and his wife Nikki have three children; Madison, Will and Nico. They are members of Fairmount Christian Church.
|Cathy Danko, School CounselorDirector|
Mrs. Danko is the School Counselor at Grace Christian School. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Special Education from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA and her Master’s degree in Counseling from Oakland University in Rochester Hills, MI. Mrs. Danko has over 30 years of experience in both school and community settings, having served in teaching, counseling, and administrative roles. Her work in Christian education began in Northwest Arkansas where she served as the Director/Principal for a new school start-up at Life Way Christian School. Over the course of her career, she has worked extensively in many areas of administration from program development, accreditation, academic and student support services, crisis management, and student life. She also serves as an assistant coach with RVA Thrive Cheerleading, a member of the Fellowship of Christian Cheerleaders Impact Cheer program. Mrs. Danko, her husband, Larry, and their two adult children reside in Midlothian where they attend Journey Church.