? Biblical truth integrated in every subject
? Dual-enrollment programs with up to 32 college credits
? 7 AP courses offered
? Strong vocational & computer science programs
? Premier fine arts program
? Discovery Term interim program in January each year
? Youth Apprenticeship paid internships in over 12 industries
? State academic report card “Exceeds Expectations”
? Teachers model faith and help students cultivate spiritual gifts
? College level courses in Doctrine & Ethics and Apologetics & World Religions
? Daily prayer and devotions
? Weekly student-led worship chapels
? Weekly guest speaker chapels
? Biweekly Advisory Group sessions (peer group devotions)
? Bible club/study opportunities
? Formative relationships via sports/extra-curriculars
? Academics and Career Planning program prepares students for service in God’s world
? Teaching for Transformation curriculum focuses on REAL work, REAL people, and REAL need
? Annual Service Day
? Annual Mission Trip
? Partnership with ministries & non-profits, local and abroad
? Opportunity to be a witness through sports/extra-curriculars
High School Schedule
High School Faculty
Lisa AbeGraduate 2008
Art Teacher (1-12)
Start Date: 2016
Education: Concordia University WI
Major- Art Education
Minors- Biology and Theology
Lisa Abe (Brown) is a graduate of Sheboygan Christian High School. She graduated in 2008 and pursued art education at Concordia University in Mequon, WI. After teaching for three years at Rice Lake Middle School, God lead Lisa back to the SCS community in 2016. She enjoys teaching students the value of visual art in light of God- the most supreme Artist. She is married to Joe Abe and they enjoy hiking and traveling. They’ve visited three different countries together. Lisa and Joe are both involved in their local church- River Rock Community.
High School Science Teacher
Start Date: 1990
Education: Calvin University, Bachelor of ScienceBio:
John is married to Kathy who is also a teacher at SCS. They have three adult children: Kathryn, Sam, and Ben. John grew up in Orange City, Iowa, and went to college in Grand Rapids, Michigan. His first teaching job was in Lake Worth, Florida which is also where he met and married Kathy. For the last 30 years he has taught science and many other subjects at SCS. He is passionate about teaching young adults, especially those with unique personalities and those living in unique circumstances. He loves spending time with his family and in his garden.
High School Mathematics Teacher
Start Date: 2001
Education: Dordt University–BA; University of South Dakota–MABio:
Myron joined our school in 2001 after serving as an elementary teacher and an administrator in 3 other schools in South Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin. He married his wife, Chantelle 40 years ago and they have three children, all married, and seven grandchildren. He received his BA degree in elementary education from Dordt College (University) and his MA degree in Elementary Administration at the University of South Dakota. He and his wife are members of First Christian Reformed Church in Oostburg. Myron has seen our school go through some difficult times, but rejoices in God’s faithfulness as he sees the tremendous growth of the school in recent years.
Ron DeMasterGraduate 1975
High School Technology Teacher
Start Date: 1996
Education: Calvin College- Master of Arts in Teaching
Covenant College- Bachelor of Music Education
Ron has been happily married to Shelba DeMaster for over 40 years. They both share a love for kids and education. Their four kids, all graduates of SCS (high school), are married with kids of their own. Their 15 grandchildren range for age 1 to 11. Ron is a member of the third graduating class of SCS (high school). He has a B.Mus. from Covenant College and a M.A.T. from Calvin College. Ron and Shelba are members of Bethel Church in Oostburg where they are particularly involved in music and worship. Ron is passionate about seeing students at SCS grow in their love for the Lord and awareness of their place in the work of God?s kingdom. Fun Fact: Ron first played around with computers using a TI-99/4 and Commodore 64.
Bryce DeRoosGraduate 1995
Start Date: 2019
Education: UW-Eau Claire – Ed.S. School Psychology
Marquette University – M.A.- Community Counseling
Calvin University – B.A.- Psychology
Bryce met and married his beautiful wife Holly Barker (no relation to Bob) while both were attending UW-Eau Claire. Together they have three kids – Conor (13), Luke (11), and Ella (8). They live just a few blocks away from Lake Michigan and Holly couldn’t think of a better place to live. As a family, they love walks along the lakefront, bike rides through Door County, and enjoying every type of pizza as long as it is from Il Ritrovo. They attend and are actively involved at Calvin CRC in Sheboygan. As an alumni, Bryce can’t be more excited to be back at SCS and be a part in helping to shape, guide, and instruct students in living out the mission of SCS. Also, Holly can’t think of a better place to live.
Jenna EgeGraduate 2009
Start Date: 2015
Education: Lakeland University, Masters in Counseling
University of Northwestern- St Paul- Bachelors in Psychology
Jenna resides in Sheboygan with her husband Riley, son Bo and one more on the way! (February 2021) They enjoy all things outdoors together. Her family attends Christ Community Church. Jenna attended SCS from grades K-12 and went on to earn her BA in Psychology and MA in Counseling. Jenna started working at SCS in 2015 as the Sonshine House Aide and officially became the School Counselor in 2017. Jenna is excited about growing the mission of Sheboygan Christian School by providing support and resources to students to help decipher God’s calling for their life.
Start Date: 2008
Education: The Hague University, The Netherlands- B.A. CommunicationsBio:
Juan, or better known as Señor Engels, is married to Jenny Engels. They have two children. He has a BA in Higher European Studies and Communication Management. His family attends the Sheboygan Evangelical Free Church, where he has served on the Elder Board and most recently on the Missions Committee and Welcome Team. Juan was born and raised in Venezuela as a missionary kid and brings plenty of stories into the classroom of God’s faithfulness and goodness. Since SCS’s mission is to work in partnership with the Christian community, Juan is excited to see the growing number of different churches from Sheboygan County being represented at our school.
Band & Choir Teacher
Start Date: 2019
Education: Hope College, Music Education (K-12) and Saxophone PerformanceBio:
Hannah Garside has been at Sheboygan Christian since January 2019 teaching 5th-12th grade Band and Choir. She truly believes that she has one of the best jobs in the world because she gets to spend her day ministering and making music with amazing students! A few of her favorite parts of her day are preparing music for concerts and seeing students get excited about their musical progress. Hannah is a graduate of Cedar Grove-Belgium High School and Hope College with a double major is Music Education and Saxophone Performance. When not at school, Hannah loves spending time with her husband, Zach, watching movies, playing board games, and cooking. Zach and Hannah currently attend Calvary Orthodox Church in Cedar Grove where they are involved in music and youth ministry.
Kevin GeschGraduate 1979
High School English & Social Studies Teacher
Start Date: 1994
Education: B.A. Calvin University
Majors: History, Philosophy, Education
Kevin born and raised in Cedar Grove, Wisconsin, being further nurtured in Calvary Orthodox Presbyterian Church. After nine years in the Cedar Grove schools, his parents decided to send him to Sheboygan County Christian High School (over his vigorous protests). After that it was a series of Christian colleges, marriage to Gwendy, and living in Europe, Canada and the States. He landscaped and made inner tube (really) before going back to school for a teaching degree. After three years at Unity Christian School in Fulton, Illinois, he moved to SCCHS in 1994 and has not been fired yet. Since then, his wife of 40+ years, Gwendy, six children (assisted by 19 grandchildren), church and colleagues have shoved him down the path of spiritual growth. Reading, outdoor activities, reading, spending time with family, reading and working with wood occupy most of his time. And reading. Seeing children, grandchildren and great nephews and great nieces living in God-honoring ways is the life-highlight; he echoes his mom?s favorite verse (3 John 1:4), a verse he was privileged to read at her funeral: ?I have no greater joy than to hear that my children [and students] are walking in the truth.?