Sara Neuder is the Director of The Trinity School. Originally from Colorado Springs, CO, Sara has worked as a tutor with the Bridge Project serving the youth in Denver’s public housing and has helped coordinate educational programs at the Denver Rescue Mission’s women’s shelter. After college, Sara moved to the Rio Grande Valley as a Teach For America corps member where she spent three years in Mission, TX, teaching biology, chemistry and AP environmental science. In 2017, she served as environmental education fellow at the Catamount Center in Colorado, and has spent the last two summers as an advisor to new teachers at Teach For America’s summer institute in Houston.
Form 1 Teacher (1st-2nd Grades)
Dr. Erica Jarrett
Director of Community Health and Education for Trinity on the BorderErica Jarrett is a mom of a six year old girl who is enrolled in The Trinity School’s first grade class. Erica has a BA in Anthropology from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio; a Master’s in Public Health from the Northwest Ohio Consortium for Public Health; and is a Family Doctor – graduate of the UT Health Science Center in San Antonio. She currently works with Trinity on the Border, a non-profit ministry of the Anglican Church in North America and also the parent ministry of The Trinity School.
Erica is passionate about holistic healthcare and education. She is eager to devote herself to enriching the lives of children in The Rio Grande Valley using the Charlotte Mason method. Her primary desire is to know Christ and to make Him known to those around her.
Fr. Michael Jarrett
School Chaplain / Director of Trinity on the BorderMichael Jarrett is an Anglican priest and the director of the Trinity on the Border ministry. At any given time you may find him reading ancient Christian history and theology, rebuilding a 45 year-old boat, repairing a 1983 Jeep, making soap, wine, beer, compost, web-sites and podcasts, exploring photography, going fishing, and currently remodeling a downtown building for the ministry – in other words he loves learning new things… but he never liked school.
When he first learned about the Charlotte Mason method of education several years ago, he knew that this was something special. In it he found a form that brought together virtue, beauty, truth, integrity – knowledge of the Creator and His Creation – and it did so in ways that are practical to everyday people who will one day work everyday sorts of jobs.
Deacon Daniel Behrens
Asst. School Chaplain / Curate at Trinity on the Border