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Our Teachers

Who We Are



Mrs. Paola Gomez

Paola worked as an engineer with local Florida counties for years before she became convinced that her passion for homeschooling was a calling from the Lord. She has put her organizational mind to work. Collaborating with others, she has sought to create a homeschool program that serves working families who know that love, education, and discipleship are crucial for raising up the coming generations. 


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Elementary Teachers

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Amy Borge
2nd Grade Teacher

Amy holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education and has over 20 years of teaching experience. She is the parent of a homeschool graduate and has two years left in her homeschool journey with her youngest child. Amy has a desire for young people to know they are loved and valued. She believes that every child can learn, and her recent teaching experience at Urban Youth Impact allowed her to see this firsthand. Outside of teaching, she enjoys the outdoors, rollerblading, sunny South Florida beaches, and volunteering in her local community and at church.


Jade Carerro
Science Teacher
(3rd-5th Grade)

Jade began her teaching journey in 2020 as an online tutor. She was later given the opportunity to be an assistant teacher for elementary students at a private school and serve in our children's ministry at church. She loves teaching, music, the arts, and knows that the Lord has something amazing in store for the next generation of students! She is so grateful for this opportunity to teach your children and is looking forward to the coming school year.

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Deana McCrann
Math Teacher
(3rd-5th Grade)

Deana McCrann has a Bachelor’s Degree in Education and Psychology and 20+ years experience teaching math, reading, writing, science, social studies, health & nutrition for elementary, middle, and high school students in public, private, and home school settings. She also enjoys private tutoring and serving in hospitality for her church. Her dedication to helping students reach their highest potential makes her a valuable asset to our community.

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Tania Santana
Kindergarten Teacher

Tania holds certifications in elementary education and has been serving as the children's coordinator at her church. She has a tremendous heart for raising children up in the Lord and drawing out their God-given talents! We are very excited to have her working with our littlest students.

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Christina Thompson
1st Grade Teacher

Christina is an elementary educator and has recently been a kindergarten through fifth grade science teacher. She is also a faithful
volunteer in the children’s ministry at her church. She is a mom of a soon to be 2nd grader, and she is thrilled to bring her love of the Lord and teaching to Generations Christian Homeschool. 

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Stephanie Trenschel
Language Arts
(3rd-5th Grade)

Stephanie Trenschel holds a degree in Elementary Education with minors in psychology, science, and religion from Lee University. She taught kindergarten for two years at a private school, was director of a daycare for three years, taught at a co-op for one year, and has homeschooled for 14yrs, graduating two of her four kids, so far. She recently taught our summer reading camp and her students loved it!

Middle and High School Teachers


Dr. Scott Brians
Math Teacher
(6th, 7th, High School C)
Science Teacher
(8th Grade)

Scott received his master’s degree in electrical engineering (solid state physics and photonics) from the University of Florida. He has worked in engineering, business development, marketing, sales, and consulting. His career has spanned hospital renovation, new construction, manufacturing, health care, energy, and education. He has been certified in Florida for 6-12 grade Math and Physics. His three children are homeschooled; two scored in the top 1% on the PSAT, and one won a full-ride scholarship to the University of Central Florida (Optical Engineering). Scott has worked in education for ten years in co-ops, charter schools, private schools, and as a private tutor. He teaches math from number-line to calculus and science through general chemistry and physics for technical majors in college. Scott challenges his students to develop strong work ethics and practical study habits that will serve his students well into college and beyond.

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Tamara Gonzalez
Science Teacher
(7th, High School A, High School C)

Tamara has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing with a minor in Biology.  She worked as an assistant teacher in a private school for two years, taught at a co-op for one year, and homeschooled her two boys for eight years. She has served as the director of the children’s ministry at her church for many years and volunteered in the church youth ministry. She is very excited to be part of GCH! 

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Dr. Rebecca Hammonds
Language Arts, Science, Social Studies
(High School B and C)
(7th Grade)

Dr. Rebecca Hammonds is excited to be a part of Generations Christian School again this year working with the High School students! After several years of teaching at the College/University level and also working with smaller children, she is thrilled to work with the teens and help prepare them for their university and professional futures. She serves at her church and loves to help her students live out their personal faith. 

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Pastor Lucas Miles
(6th Grade)
Social Studies
(High School A)

(High School B and C)

Lucas Miles is passionate about inspiring young minds. He gave his life to Christ at 16 years old, has served in the church for over 15 years through evangelism, leadership, and is a now an Associate Pastor at his local church. With a Bachelor degree from Florida International University and over 5 years of teaching experience, he believes in fostering a love for understanding rich concepts of Science and Social Sciences. Lucas is dedicated to creating an engaging classroom environment where every student feels valued and supported. Outside of the classroom, he enjoys playing basketball, studying the Bible, reading business books, cooking, and spending time with his wife and three kids.

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Alejandra Monllau, M.A.
Math Teacher
(8th Grade, High School A,
and High School B)

Alejandra earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Education in Mathematics in the US; she is also a Florida Certified Teacher in Mathematics from 6th to 12th grade. Originally from Venezuela where she studied Business Administration, she decided to pursue her real passion for teaching when she moved to the US. She has been actively teaching and tutoring at all grade levels for the past 20 years.

Since 2016, Alejandra has been teaching students with minor cognitive and behavioral disabilities; expanding her reach to serve a wider audience while improving her skills in the field. Her experience while working at EIBS (EARLY INTERVENTION BEHAVIORAL SERVICES) and teaming up in partnership with Neurokids, have been an invaluable asset for her and for those families looking for a different approach for their special need kids.

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Symantha Raley
Language Arts Teacher
(6th Grade-High School A)

Symantha is thrilled to be teaching her second year with Generations. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Gettysburg College and has worked at the Embassy of Spain in New York to the Commodity Exchange at the World Trade Center, yet her true passion is education. As an educator, she has found enrichment
in teaching and mentoring.

Twenty-three years ago, she and her husband began fostering and adoption, which led to homeschooling and teaching at HomeLink and in a co-op.

Her daughter graduates this year, and her son graduated in 2019 and was accepted to UCF. She feels that teaching and discipling is her calling, extending beyond the classroom through volunteer work
with children-focused ministries. She served as an assistant
Children’s Ministry leader, volunteered for Operation Christmas
Child for twelve years, and currently works with Urban Youth
Impact on literacy for inner-city kids.


Debbie Weaver
Social Studies Teacher
(6th-8th Grade)

Debbie Weaver, M.Ed., is an experienced educator with over 8 years of teaching in public schools. With a Master of Education degree, she has also dedicated over 15 years to homeschooling her own children, successfully graduating three children and continuing to homeschool her youngest. Debbie's passion for education and commitment to personalized learning make her a valuable resource for both traditional and homeschooling communities.

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