The instructor for the Senior Class is Dr. Glenn J. Kimber, Founder of Kimber Academy.
During the past number of years, Dr. Kimber has presented hundreds of educational and patriotic seminars and conferences covering all 50 states and in a number of foreign countries.
He receiving two Doctorate degrees, one in Constitutional Studies from Coral Ridge Baptist University, based in Florida. Later on he received a second Doctorate in education from George Wythe College.
Because of his work and service in the Middle East, Dr. Kimber received the coveted Ambassador of Peace award in 2016 from the Universal Peace Federation. It was presented to him by Amb. Sam Zackem, U.S. Ambassador to the Middle East.
In the 1990s, Dr. Kimber and his wife established a series of private schools called the Benjamin Franklin Academies to incorporate back into the classroom a strong moral and patriotic curriculum. In 2001 he changed the name to Kimber Academy, designed for students ages K – 12. He and his wife have authored over 100 textbooks and educational guides which emphasize the U.S. Constitution, America’s Founding Fathers, and moral and religious values in all five core subjects.
Dr. Kimber has served as a tour guide to many countries, including Israel, Jordan, Egypt, and central America as an educator. He has worked for many years with Hebrew University in connection with the Beit-Lehi Archeological site near Jerusalem.
In addition to being founder of the Kimber Academies, Dr. Kimber is currently president of the Thomas Jefferson Center for Constitutional Restoration, and in that capacity conducts seminars throughout the United States called “The Healing of America.” This seminar series teaches participants 1) the founding of America, 2) the establishment of the U.S. Constitution, 3) America’s drift from the Constitution, and 4) how the greatness of America can be restored.
He and his wife Julianne are the parents of 8 children, grandparents of 31, and currently reside in Cedar City, Utah.
The instructor for the Junior Class is Jennifer Bush.
Jennifer was raised by parents who felt that the principles of the Bible and the principles of liberty are inseparably connected. She received her education at home where she was taught a love of learning, a love the Christ and a love of country. The foundation for her education included the works of W. Cleon Skousen, Secretary Ezra T. Benson and the Scriptures. As a teenager Jennifer attended classes at George Wythe College, where she met her husband. She and her husband recently celebrated their 24th wedding anniversary. She is the mother of seven children, her oldest son served an LDS mission in Panama, she has a daughter currently serving a mission in Pennsylvania, and their family is anxiously awaiting their second son’s mission call. She is excited to welcome her first grandchild into the family next spring.
Jennifer has dedicated her life to serving in many capacities. She loves the youth and has a passion for teaching truths from the scriptures. Jennifer loves learning and believes that education is an ongoing pursuit.
Some of Jennifer’s talents and hobbies include writing, history and art. The beauty of the English language inspires her; she hopes to pass her love of learning on to her students. Seven years ago, Jennifer turned her love of art into a small business.
Jennifer is excited to be a part of Kimber Academy. She is inspired by the high standards, method of education, and God-centered curriculum offered by Kimber Academy.