Pastor Sean Hollen – President and voting member 

Pastor Hollen founded and has been faithfully serving as the pastor of Harbor Calvary Chapel in Aberdeen for the past 19 years. He also serves as the Chaplain for the Hoquiam Police Dept. He has three adult sons which he and his wife homeschooled. He reached out to our group looking to start a Classical Christian school in Grays Harbor and after hearing about what classical Christian education was and our desire to start a school offered his assistance. He has brought business startup and operations knowledge to the group which we are so very grateful for. He provides the Theological guidance for the school and took the lead on forming a Statement of Faith that is Biblically sound.  

 

Michael Morgan – Treasurer and voting member 

Mr. Morgan moved to Grays Harbor three and a half years ago when he accepted a position as a social worker in the harbor. He faithfully attends and is part of a local church body.  He grew up in a Christian family and attended a Christian school from kindergarten through 12th grade. He is passionate about Christian education and believes the classical Christian model to be the best model available. When considering school options for his own children, he kept asking the question, why wasn’t there a kindergarten through 12th grade Christian school in Grays Harbor? He and his wife began sharing about the idea of a Christian school in the harbor, specifically, a classical Christian school. Others were interested so he and his wife started a Facebook group with information about classical Christian education and the desire to start prayer and planning meetings. Interest continued to grow and by God’s grace and for His glory the desire for a classical Christian school in Grays Harbor is becoming a reality. Currently, he and his wife are the primary contributors to the website and Facebook content.  

 

Board Member Candidates: John O'Brien and Mindy Sperline.

 

The Board is grateful for the hard work and dedication of our Ex-Officio members Erica Hollen and Annie Morgan